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Villa Gregoriana

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Thalia,  United States United States
24 Jul 2022
Excellent
It was very nice, something different to do outside of Rome. The nature and all the grottos were neat to experience. Overall we enjoyed park.
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Alessandro,  Italy Italy
10 Jun 2019
Excellent
Posto bellissimo, pulito e ben organizzato! Merita decisamente di essere visitato, anche più volte.
Consiglio di percorrere anche i percorsi alternativi e secondari in quanto offrono scorci meravigliosi.
Posto bellissimo, pulito e ben organizzato! Merita decisamente di essere visitato, anche più volte.
Consiglio di percorrere anche i percorsi alternativi e secondari in quanto offrono scorci meravigliosi.
Villa Gregoriana
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Mark,  Italy Italy
06 Mar 2022
Excellent
The reservation process was great. In comparison we were waiting in line at the Villa D'Este. This is the way to go. The Villa Gregoriana has some spectacular views, it makes one realize the...
The reservation process was great. In comparison we were waiting in line at the Villa D'Este. This is the way to go. The Villa Gregoriana has some spectacular views, it makes one realize the importance of water in our lives, it is celebrated in Tivoli.
Villa Gregoriana

About: Villa Gregoriana

Villa Gregoriana is a large park and nature reserve located in Tivoli, about 30 minutes from Rome, Italy. The park boasts several beautiful trails and Italy's second tallest waterfall, plus archeological ruins from different periods, including the once luxurious villa of the Roman Consul Manlius Vopiscus.

Sunday 10:00 - 17:00
Monday 10:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 17:00
Thursday 10:00 - 17:00
Friday 10:00 - 17:00
Saturday 10:00 - 17:00
Villa Gregoriana
Largo Sant'Angelo 1, 00019, Tivoli
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