Escape the crowds of Rome on a day trip to Tivoli, known for being home to Villa d'Este and Hadrian's Villa. Traveling in a private car with a driver, you'll be transported to these two villas, which you can explore on your own; the driver will not go in with you but will point out sights and provide commentary when you're in the car.
Enjoy convenient travel to Tivoli from the city
See more of this region of Italy outside the bustling center of Rome
Round-trip transport provided from hotels
Learn about the sights from a driver
A professional English speaking tour driver
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Departure & Return
Traveler pickup is offered
What To Expect
A town, just a few miles away from Rome, to explore it's hidden gems.
the summer residence of one of the most popular Roman Emperors, Hadrian.
Walking through this amazingly preserved villa you will have the opportunity to admire some of its wonderful treasures, such as the Pecile (a faithful reconstruction of a porch of ancient Athens), the Naval Theatre, the large thermal baths, the Canpus (a faithful reproduction of an Egyptian shrine), and the Hadrian’s Villa Museum, filled with precious objects found during the excavations (including a copy of the Amazons by Phidias).
Hadrian’s Villa is one of the Italian UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Villa is a monumental living complex that even today continues to display the lavishness and enormous power of Ancient Rome.
built by the grandson of Pope Alexander VI in the 16th century, one of the most beautiful palaces and gardens of Italy and perhaps of all Europe as well.
Initiated and commissioned by Cardinal of Ferrara Ippolito D’Este, when he was elected Governor of Tivoli. The entire complex is structured by a geometric system of paths, ramps, and steps altered around fountains, crypts, and arched walkways; it is defined as the peak of European garden concepts. This Villa homed Lucrezia Borgia’s son, famous for its unbelievable beautyful gardens, marvelous fountains, breathtaking waterfalls and centenary trees.