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“You must discover the Roman countryside with its perfect mix of history and nature as you wander around the stunning gardens and fountains and explore 2 UNESCO World Heritage sites, Villa d'Este and Hadrian's Villa.”
“Wonderful evening, visited at 5:30pm, the light was awesome, the old building kept nice paintings and the garden is full of incredible compositions of fountains, statues, old trees and wonderful views on the valley.”
“Once you've seen all the major sites in Rome, you must take a short journey out of the city and go to Tivoli to see the villa that was built as a retreat from the hustle and bustle of Rome for the Roman Emperor Ha...”
“... brilliance of the light highlights the amazing architecture - we took about two and a half hours to view the site - visit in October...there are few tourists , the weather is warm , children are back at school...”
“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.”
“Beautiful remains on Tivoli Hill where you can enjoy stupendous views of the hills and waterfalls near by.”