Just a few kilometers away from Rome, lies Tivoli, a world-renowned town, hosting two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Villa Adriana and Villa D’Este.
Meet your expert guide at the entrance of Villa Adriana and begin your journey back in time! Here, in the 2nd century AD, emperor Hadrian built his luxury country residence, where he used to retreat and where he lived his late years. The huge complex includes more than 30 buildings, several pools, thermal baths and it covers an area that’s larger than 1 square kilometer. This impressive mansion’s aim was to show the greatness, opulence and unlimited power of the Emperor.
Continue your experience visiting Villa D’Este, one of the most beautiful palaces of the Italian Renaissance. The 16th-century Villa is surrounded by a unique garden, displaying a complex system of pools, water jets, channels, fountains, cascades and water games. Admire the villa's rich and frescoed interiors and stroll among the hundreds of fountains, including Bernini's spectacular Neptune, with jets of water reaching 10 meters in height.