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One of the oldest sites in Italy

This small ruin and accompanying temple are two of the oldest sites in Italian history, predating... read more

Reviewed April 7, 2018
Gram31211
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Macon, Georgia
Small but perfectly formed

The temple overlooks the Gregoriana Park and the best views of it are from there where it sits... read more

Reviewed April 4, 2018
John A
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Rugby, United Kingdom
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Reviewed April 7, 2018

This small ruin and accompanying temple are two of the oldest sites in Italian history, predating Rome as a regional power and reaching back to the time when Greek culture pervaded parts of the Italian peninsula. These are two small but powerful reminders of how...More

Thank Gram31211
Reviewed April 4, 2018 via mobile

The temple overlooks the Gregoriana Park and the best views of it are from there where it sits above the cascade on the skyline. You can exit the park by the temple to inspect it more closely. Nice circular form and impressive situation. The Sibilla...More

Thank John A
Reviewed November 5, 2017

We nipped in to look at this site because the Parco gates were open. It's a bit hemmed in on one side by the terrace of a posh restaurant of the same name but the proportions of the circular structure are classically beautiful.

Thank brianandpat2016
Reviewed October 31, 2017

This is one of two local jewels of Ancient Rome. Best viewing from the Villa Gregoriana Park or from one of the two restaurants by the park. Sybil was a prophetess who predicted the birth of Christ

2  Thank Chinapjs
Reviewed October 2, 2017 via mobile

This beautiful round temple is next to our favorite restaurant of this trip, Sibilla. The temple and the views of the gorge, waterfalls and mountain side are stunning. Finding the very authentic town of Tivoli and also this beautiful vantage point was a highlight of...More

Thank Michaela
Reviewed July 26, 2017

Beautiful remains on Tivoli Hill where you can enjoy stupendous views of the hills and waterfalls near by.

Thank Tonio C
Reviewed June 26, 2017

This was at the end of our walk through the Gregorian Villa. It was a nice temple to see but there's not much else there.

Thank Baker_Bowie
Reviewed May 13, 2017

Visit the nearby Villa Gregoriana - when you will come uphill you'll find this little treasure on the top and enjoy the scenery

Thank kolya08
Reviewed April 15, 2017

The two temples conserved, the Sybil and the Vesta are within the so called the Acropolis of Tibur. It covers a space that stretches out until the northern edge of the city, a rocky cliff almost above the ancient falls of the Aniene River. The...More

1  Thank MijnlieverdFH
Reviewed November 28, 2016

Wonderfully simple small temple on a rocky outcrop above the river. Amazing setting. We had the good fortune to be eating in the Sibilla restaurant so had the temple next to our table for a good few hours.

Thank FussyBrit
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