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Tivoli: Villa D'Este & Villa Adriana Combo Ticket & Pemcards

1. Tivoli: Villa D'Este & Villa Adriana Combo Ticket & Pemcards

Take the advantage of booking one ticket to discover the best of Tivoli: Villa d'Este Villa Adriana and the Sanctuary of Hercules Victor. You can choose at your own pace where to start, your ticket give you the possibility to enter one time all the attractions. Admire fountains, water lilies and grottoes, in Villa d'Este. Travel back to the days of the Roman Empire during your visit at Villa Adriana. Admire the ruins of the Sanctuary that was devoted to protecting god of Tibur. Your pass has a duration of 3 days.

Tivoli: Villa D'Este Entry Ticket with Pemcards

2. Tivoli: Villa D'Este Entry Ticket with Pemcards

Explore the UNESCO World Heritage-listed gardens of Villa d'Este, one of the finest examples of 16th-century Italian garden design, at your own pace with this entry ticket and soak up the tranquility of the gardens. As you stroll through the gardens, admire fountains, grottoes, and water lilies. Other highlights include an organ that produces sound effects through the water. You can also visit the complex's palace which was built for Ippolito II d'Este and painted by famous artists. The whole complex was designed by architect Pirro Ligorio and took more than 20 years to complete. Immortalize your visit and make your friends or family green with envy by sending them a Pemcard, a digital photo that you can send as a real postcard to anywhere in the world.

Tivoli: Entrance Ticket to Villa Adriana with Pemcard

3. Tivoli: Entrance Ticket to Villa Adriana with Pemcard

Enter the archaeological ruins of the Villa Adriana, a large Roman complex in Tivoli that is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built by the Emperor Hadrian as a country villa, since he disliked Palatine Hill in Rome, today it is an immense park with many Roman ruins. Discover the remains of more than 30 buildings in the 1-square-kilometer grounds. Much of the area has still not been excavated so you can only imagine what might lie underground! See monuments such as the Maritime Theater, a round portico with a barrel vault supported by pillars. It includes a lounge, library, heated baths, 3 suites with heated floors, washbasin, art gallery, and large fountain. Inside the portico you will find a pool with an artificial island. Immortalize your visit and make your friends or family green with envy by sending them a Pemcard, a digital photo that you can send as a real postcard to anywhere in the world Other highlights include the Canopo, a huge rectangular pool encircled by sculptures, and the artificial grotto of the Serapeum. See artifacts that date back to the time when the villa was built, such as the marble statues of Antinous, Hadrian's deified lover, along with mosaics from the theater and baths.

From Rome: Tivoli and Villa d'Este Private Tour

4. From Rome: Tivoli and Villa d'Este Private Tour

Explore the ancient town of Tivoli with a live guide. Marvel at the stunning Villa d'Este, which is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site. Start your day with a pickup from your hotel in Rome. Meet your driver and board the awaiting private vehicle. From there, you will drive to the city of Tivoli. Visit the gardens with their famous fountains. Admire the Italian and French-influenced design of the gardens inside of the Villa. The nearby Aniene River provides the water to all the fountains and waterfalls. Next head to the Roman countryside. Admire the beauty of vineyards and rolling hills as you go. Visit the Temple of Vesta, home to the ancient Goddess of the Romans. On request and not included in the price of the tour, you can visit a local trattoria and take the opportunity to try out local wines such as Bianco Frascati, and dry red wine of Olevano, as you savor a local lunch. Afterward, jump in the car and enjoy the drive back to your hotel.

From Civitavecchia Port: Private Shore Excursion to Tivoli

5. From Civitavecchia Port: Private Shore Excursion to Tivoli

Discover the 16th-century UNESCO World Heritage site, Villa d’Este, a mind-boggling palace and garden of architectural genius. Visit Hadrian’s Villa, or Villa Adriana, the impressive home of Emperor Hadrian in the second century. Walk in the lavish garden of Villa d’Este, set on a hilltop and one of Italy’s most extraordinary structures. Explore four hectares of magnificent lawns, romantic terraces, and impressive water features, at your leisure. Marvel at an awe-inspiring piece of Renaissance culture. The innovative garden design, with the Hundred Fountains, the Oval Fountain, and the Vialone Terrace. Stroll around the villa, stopping to admire the fresco-bedecked apartments and imagine living here in the 16th century. Visit Villa Adriana, an important archaeological site, set on 120 hectares of the countryside below Tivoli. Learn of the Greek, Roman and Egyptian aspects of this second-century masterpiece. Be impressed by the scale of this masterpiece and see a theatre, a stadium, water features, libraries and thermal baths, among the UNESCO-listed ruins.

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What people are saying about Tivoli

Overall rating

4.1 / 5

based on 67 reviews

A must-see UNESCO heritage site. It is highly recommended to spend at least 3 hours visiting the villa and gardens. The gardens are abundant with water, fountains, statues, ponds, flowers and lovely seating areas. The villa and gardens are spectacular and visiting them is a sheer pleasure. It can be reached in a 40-minute train ride from Trimini central station,

The best place on a hot day. The garden is pleasant and there is much to admire. I can only recommend it as a relaxing trip. Allow yourself plenty of time for contemplation and a quiet walk.

Super easy. Get the ticket and you are on your own to enjoy. And enjoy we did!!

It was a beautiful experience, the villa d’este is a visit worth!!

Wonderful gardens to explore, totally worth the money!