Tivoli Villas Private Day Trip from Rome By Car

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There’s a reason why Tivoli Villas are among Italy’s must-see places: not often you have the occasion to explore two of Italy’s most opulent and fascinating eras in a single day, but you will have this unique opportunity to explore both the magnificent Ancient Roman Villa of Emperor Hadrian and the manicured terraced Renaissance gardens and fountains of Villa d’Este. Tivoli is close enough to Rome to make it one of the most popular day trips from your accommodation in Rome, and yet Tivoli is far enough to escape the chaos of city life and experience the beauty and peace that the villas of Tivoli. Aside from the Villas, Tivoli itself is a charming historic town with excellent restaurants and enjoyable stroll. PLEASE NOTE Your driver is NOT a licensed tour guide. This is as Tour By Car with only an English Speaking Driver (it does NOT include Tour Guides/Walking Tours). Drivers are obliged to remain with the vehicle while guests sightsee on their own away from the vehicle.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Rome Chauffeur

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Villa Adriana

Hadrian’s villa was a 2nd century AD imperial complex of more than 30 buildings that served as a countryside retreat for Emperor Hadrian. The complex reflects the places that inspired him most and can be admired in the remains of beautiful mosaics, Greek sculptures, artificial lakes, and numerous architectural styles. During your visit at this archaeological site, you will discover stunning ruins of massive ancient palaces, baths, temples, library, theater, and other structures. Tickets for Hadrian’s Villa is currently 10 Euros per person to be bought on location - prices are subject to change or vary in conjunction with occasional exhibitions.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Villa d'Este

The verdant manicured gardens with dramatic water plays of jet fountains, cascades and water organs, rest on a grand terraced slope. Classical sculptures, grottoes and water organs impress visitors and delight their senses with sights, sounds, and scents in the true style of Italian Renaissance gardens that emerged in the late 15th century Stairways descend to lower terraces so you can explore this elegant symphony of verdant manicured gardens and elaborate fountains. Tickets for Villa d’Este are currently 10 Euros per person to be bought on location - prices are subject to change or vary in conjunction with exhibitions inside the villa.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Rocca Pia

Leisure time for lunch - choose our 6-hour option if you only wish to have a quick bite or our 8-hour option if you'd rather enjoy lunch in a family-run restaurant and have time to explore the town too.

Duration: 2 hour
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