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Villa d'Este and Villa Adriana from Rome Skip-The-Line Tickets Included

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  • Day Trip
  • Private Tour
  • Pickup Service
  • Live Guide
  • 8 hr

Enjoy this memorable FullDay Tour from Rome exploring the beauty of Tivoli town and see: • Villa D'Este (Skip-The-Line Tickets included) • Villa Adriana (Skip-The-Line Tickets included) • Tivoli town old medieval side You’ll be able also to spend some time visiting the town of Tivoli, where you’ll have also free time for lunch. Upgradable with Licensed Local Tour Guide in Private option. Private or Shared Tour available options. Pickup and dropoff will be at your accommodation in Rome. Worry-Free and Safe Private Tour Experience, operated only with: - Expert Professional English-Speaking Drivers - Selected local Expert Licensed Tour Guides (when booked) - Welcoming by private licensed fully-insured air-conditioned comfortable Vehicles

Itinerary Details

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Tivoli

Tour Description: Your English-speaking Driver will pick you up from your accommodation in Rome. In around 45 minutes you’ll reach Tivoli town, where you’ll tour Villa D'este first (Skip-The-Line Tickets included). Then you’ll spend some time in the town of Tivoli itself and take a leisurely stroll in the small ancient town, the town offers a wide view over the Roman countryside, stopping also for lunch in a good restaurant with an unbelievable location (own expense). In the afternoon, you’ll visit Villa Adriana. After Villa Adriana visit you will return to your accommodation in Rome. Is possible to have an Official Licensed Tour Guide (selecting Tour Guide Included Option) for the Villa D'Este and Villa Adriana. If no private licensed guide is chosen, you can rent audio-guides (available in English, French, German and Spanish).

Stop At: Villa d'Este

Villa d’Este, masterpiece of the Italian Garden, is included in the UNESCO world heritage list. With its impressive concentration of fountains, nymphs, grottoes, plays of water, and music, it constitutes a much-copied model for European gardens in the mannerist and baroque styles. Walk around the Villa with your private local guide (if option guide included booked), taking in the gardens and posing for photos in front of Bernini-designed fountains while learning about the Cardinal and his lavish life in the Villa. Villa d'Este's fame, however, is due more to its gardens than to the building itself. This most famous Italian-style garden, which has been imitated, reverberates with the sound of so many fountains that inspired the Romantic composer Franz Liszt to write a piano suite called “Fountains of the Villa d'Este.”

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Tivoli

The walking passes throught the old medieval centre, ovelooked by the turret-houses, until to arrive to the impressive Temples of Acopoli, placed on a rock from where you have abeatiful skyview to Villa Gregoriana Gardens.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Tempio della Sibilla

Lunch Time (own expense) we strongly suggest an incredible location where you will be part of the "History". King Frederick William III of Prussia, Prince Jerome Napoleon, Gabriele D’Annunzio and Pietro Mascagni; Today Secretaries of State and Vice-Presidents of the USA, Hiroito the Emperor of Japan, Princess Margaret of Inghilterra, singer Yoko Ono and the first man on the moon Armstrong. This is only part of the gallery of the celebrities who have chosen this restaurant.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Villa Adriana

Hadrian’s Villa at Tivoli is one of the Italian UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Built by the request of the Emperor Hadrian, the Villa is a monumental living complex that even today continues to display the lavishness and enormous power of Ancient Rome. The magnificent Hadrian’s Villa (Villa Adriana), the former holiday home of Emperor Hadrian. It was built in the 2nd century AD. It's more similar to a small village than a home in today’s sense of the word. Hadrian's Villa was a complex of over 30 buildings, covering an area of at least 1 square kilometers (c. 250 acres) of which much is still not excavated. The Villa was the greatest Roman example of an Alexandrian garden, recreating a sacred landscape. The complex included palaces, several baths, theatre, temples, libraries, staterooms, and quarters for courtiers, praetorians, and slaves.

Duration: 2 hour