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Tivoli Day Trip from Rome: Hadrian's Villa and Villa d'Este
$71.51 per adult
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Hadrian's Villa and Villa d'Este Half-Day Trip from Rome
$90.00 per adult
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Tivoli Day Trip from Rome with Lunch Including Hadrian's Villa and Villa d'Este
$159.24 per adult
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Day Trip From Rome to Tivoli Villas with Lunch
$83.83 per adult
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Tivoli Day Trip from Rome: Hadrian's Villa and Villa d'Este
$86.30 per adult
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Small-Group Tour of Hadrian's Villa and Villa d'Este from Rome
$228.08 per adult
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Skip the Line: Tivoli - Ticket to Villa d'Este ( Option - Audio Guide )
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Skip the Line: Tivoli - Ticket to Villa d'Este ( Option - Audio Guide )

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The UNESCO-listed Villa d’Este is Tivoli’s most famous attraction, known for its Renaissance architecture and magnificent garden. Make the most of your time with this fast-track ticket that lets you skip the line and explore the villa and grounds at your leisure. Choose a date and time that suits your schedule and opt for a printed or audio guide for commentary about the site’s history and highlights.
$29.59 per adult
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Nanette L wrote a review Sep 2020
Vamdrup, Denmark160 contributions7 helpful votes
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I have been in Villa Adriana in september 2020. The magnificence of an impressive project at the apogee of the Roman civilisation. Innovative architecture that has been the foundation and inspiration of the italian renaissance. Astonishing. Said that, the info for the tourist are at a minimal level, definitely recommended a guided visit. There are no restoration inside and during summer it is very hot, so it definitely recommended to bring plenty of water, sunscreen and large hats during summer!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Bond1974 wrote a review Aug 2020
Pescara, Italy60 contributions12 helpful votes
I have been in Villa Adriana on Saturday 1st August. The magnificence of an impressive project at the apogee of the Roman civilisation. Innovative architecture that has been the foundation and inspiration of the italian renaissance. Astonishing. Said that, the info for the tourist are at a minimal level, definitely recommended a guided visit. There are no restoration inside and during summer it is very hot, so it definitely recommended to bring plenty of water, sunscreen and large hats during summer!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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f w wrote a review Mar 2020
California25 contributions8 helpful votes
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Relatively easy to get to, take the B metro to Memolo, then the Cotral bus to Tivoli. Then walk about 1.2 km to the site. It's scenic and peaceful, wander through the ruins and enjoy stepping back in time.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Ketlin wrote a review Mar 2020
Oslo, Norway180 contributions19 helpful votes
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the place is great. Not so easy to get information how to get there by the public transport though. We took train from Roma to Tivoli (approx. 2.6EUR one way), however the villa is approx. 5-6km away and you need to take bus (nr4) and tickets can be bought in the magazines kiosks around the town (there is one right by the train station when you exit), costs 1EUR one way. without this information it is a bit difficult to get there without a car, as you cant really walk along the road. Buses depart 1-2 times an hr (I failed to understand the schedule, but it seems like it goes every 40-50 min).
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Date of experience: February 2020
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NicoWilson wrote a review Feb 2020
Beaconsfield, United Kingdom346 contributions148 helpful votes
This is worth the journey out from Rome if only to see the “il muro del pecile” which is a wall built by the Romans. It is incredible think that a wall this straight was made by hand with none of the benefits of modern technology.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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