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This is an amazing place. Both of us were amazed at the natural beauty of the place and the waterfalls are stunning. It’s an amazing place to walk round and do read about it as the history of it is fascinating.
It’s a good walk...More
Quite a strenuous walk but well worth for the spectacular view of the Grand Cascade. The girl in the ticket office spoke excellent English and was extremely helpful. If you are a member of National Trust/Manx Heritage etc then it's free.
We discovered the park accidentally while walking around Tivoli. We took the train from Rome for 2.60 Euros each way. It was a lovely ride and we saw many mountainside villages.
The gardens and remains are a must to see. Quite beautiful!
We came across this place by accident, and decided to go in. Bonus...it was free to national trust members. What a beautiful place! The waterfalls and the walkways were all well signposted and we were given a map on entry. There were fountains to drink...More
We were not expecting such an amazing hike but it's exactly what we wanted to see. Ancient caves, grottos, and huge waterfalls wowed the kids and made this trip so special. Don't miss Parco Villa Gregoriana!
There are two entrances to this horseshoe shaped park. If you go in the entrance with the temple, you will go down the steep way and come up the shallower, easier steps. If you go in the yellow entrance you will go down the shallow...More
We visited here thinking it was a villa but it was more of a nature park. We happily followed the trail and saw some truly breathtaking views. Just remember if you go all the way to the bottom of the gorge you have to climb...More
To supplement the Villa d’Este self guided tour, we took a stroll around this waterfall park and made a full day of the outing away from Rome. We recommend taking drinking water, and if so inclined, some food to enjoy this lovely stroll. It is...More