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Tivoli with Lunch

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Tivoli with Lunch
Tivoli with Lunch
Tivoli with Lunch
Tivoli with Lunch
Tivoli with Lunch
Tivoli with Lunch
Tivoli with Lunch
Tivoli with Lunch
Tivoli with Lunch
Tivoli with Lunch
Travel from Rome to Tivoli in a comfortable bus on this day trip to Hadrian’s Villa and the Villa d’Este with an expert guide. Enjoy a lunch in town between the two visits.

  • Visit the impressive Villa d’Este and Hadrian’s Villa in the charming town of Tivoli
  • Marvel at the beauty of these two UNESCO World Heritage Sites with a local guide
  • Relax over a delicious lunch in one of Tivoli’s authentic restaurants
Highlights
  • Villa Adriana

    This enchanting day trip from Rome begins with a 40-minute bus ride to Hadrian’s Villa. The vastness of Hadrian’s estate is a sight that will surely impress. The Emperor chose to build his residence outside the city in a place rich in water, in order to build the famous Canopus, one of the most preserved sites left in the complex. The statues surrounding this pool of water create stunning reflections on its surface, beautifully surrounded by luscious green gardens.
  • Tivoli

  • Villa d'Este

This enchanting day trip from Rome begins with a 40-minute bus ride to Hadrian’s Villa. The vastness of Hadrian’s estate is a sight that will surely impress. The Emperor chose to build his residence outside the city in a place rich in water, in order to build the famous Canopus, one of the most preserved sites left in the complex. The statues surrounding this pool of water create stunning reflections on its surface, beautifully surrounded by luscious green gardens.
Q&A
  • Where is Tivoli Gardens?

    Tivoli, sometimes referred to as Tivoli Gardens, is a town in Lazio, about 30 kilometers (19 miles) outside of Rome.
  • How to get to Villa d’Este Tivoli from Rome?

    There are a few ways to get to Villa d’Este, Tivoli from Rome. You can take a bus from Rome Tiburtina station to Tivoli Piazza Garibaldi which is a 3-minute walk to Villa D’Este (and should take about 50 minutes total) or you can take the train from Roma Termini to the Tivoli stop and then walk approximately 13 minutes to Villa D’Este from there. Or you can opt for a shuttle bus or upgrade to a guided tour which includes transportation directly to and from.
  • When did the Villa d’Este in Tivoli enter UNESCO?

    Villa d’Este was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2001. The famous 16th-century villa in Tivoli, has some of the most beautiful Italian Renaissance gardens and fountains (as in hundreds), as well as a museum.
  • How to get to Villa Adriana from Rome?

    Villa Adriana or Hadrian’s Villa is a bit more difficult to get to than Villa d’Este and only reachable by car or by bus from Roma Tiburtina to Ponte Lucano and from there it is about a 20-minute walk. But the transportation can be a bit tricky, which is why so many people opt for a shuttle service or guided tour.
  • How to get to Villa Adriana from Tivoli?

    From Tivoli the only way you can really get to Villa Adriana (Hadrian’s Villa) is by car or a private bus or shuttle. Which is why we always recommend booking a shuttle bus with the option to upgrade to a guided tour – an added value when visiting the beautiful UNESCO Sites of Tivoli.
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