Once an ancient resort area famed for its beauty and its water, Tivoli was a popular ancient resort destination among artists and rich European aristocrats starting in the 17th century. Tour this city and it’s surrounding areas to see many Roman villas, including the most famous, of which the ruins still remain, Villa Adriana.
Dating from the Ancient Roman times, created in the 2nd century AD by the Emperor Hadrian, covering more than 296 acres and was the House of the Emperors for more than 50 years.
Next explore the Renaissance-styled Villa d’Este, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and masterpiece of the Italian Gardens. Admire the property that is decorated with a massive and an impressive number of fountain nymphs, grottos and marvelous courtyards inspired by the gardens of Babylon.