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Villa D’Este and Villa Adriana: Skip the Line + Roundtrip from Rome

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UNESCO Jewels: Villa d'Este and Hadrian's Villa in Tivoli

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Hind,  United States United States
09 Sep 2022
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Villa d’este is a must see ! Absolute gem and the town of Tivoli is charming. The only hiccup was getting the transit from to Rome to Tivoli, trains were on strike so had to pay £50 for a cab there.
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Beata,  Poland Poland
30 Oct 2022
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Bardzo przyjemna wycieczka. Przewodnik mówiący przystępnym językiem angielskim. Najpierw Willa Hadriana. Gdzie na szczęście nie było tłumów. Potem przejazd do Tivoli i przerwa na lunch. A potem...
Bardzo przyjemna wycieczka. Przewodnik mówiący przystępnym językiem angielskim. Najpierw Willa Hadriana. Gdzie na szczęście nie było tłumów. Potem przejazd do Tivoli i przerwa na lunch. A potem zwiedzanie Willi d’Este, spacer po ogrodach samodzielnie.
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01 Oct 2022
Excellent
Beautiful villas. Each villa is very distinct and different from one another. Tour guide was excellent!! The town would be a beautiful place to stay for a few days.
Villa D’Este and Villa Adriana: Skip the Line + Roundtrip from Rome (Tivoli Full Day Trip)

About: Villa Adriana

Villa Adrian is the beautiful ruins of Emperor Hadrian’s lavish retreat. It has pools, steam baths, fountains and gardens (and more).

The Villa Adriana at Tivoli combines elements of the architectural heritage of Egypt, Greece and Rome into the form of an 'ideal city'. Originally intended as a retreat, Hadrian made it his official residence around 128 AD, where he lived with his court, governing Rome from just outside the city.

Villa Adriana
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Monday 08:15 - 15:30
Tuesday 08:15 - 15:30
Wednesday 08:15 - 15:30
Thursday 08:15 - 15:30
Friday 08:15 - 15:30
Saturday 08:15 - 15:30
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Villa Adriana
Largo Marguerite Yourcenar 1, 00010, Tivoli
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