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Tivoli Tour With Hadrian's Villa, Villa d'Este, Food from Rome

Highlights
  • Escape the crowds of Rome on a stress-free day trip to Tivoli
  • Entrance fees, lunch, and transport are all taken care of 
  • Travel between two UNESCO World Heritage sites with ease
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Tivoli Day Trip from Rome with Lunch Including Hadrian's Villa and Villa d'Este
From US$113.01
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Arrive at 9:45am to start the tour at 10:00am.
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Arrive at 9:45am to start the tour at 10:00am.
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Arrive at 9:45am to start the tour at 10:00am.
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Overview

If you’re looking to escape the bustle of Rome in favor of Tivoli’s hilltop tranquility, opt for a stress-free day trip that takes care of transport, entrance fees, and lunch. A great choice for history buffs, this excursion covers the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Hadrian’s Villa and Villa d’Este, and provides commentary featuring historical information you may have otherwise missed.

What to Expect

Your day trip begins with pickup from central Rome, where you’ll board an air-conditioned coach destined for the 2,000-year-old town of Tivoli. On arrival, take a guided walking tour of Hadrian’s Villa—a UNESCO World Heritage Site and former estate of a Roman emperor—and learn about what daily life would have been like here in AD 128.

Following lunch at a traditional Roman restaurant, head to Villa d’Este, a former Benedictine convent that was transformed into a Renaissance palace. Explore the gardens with a guide and admire the famous Fountain of Neptune before returning to your coach for drop-off back in Rome.

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1 - 5 of 11 reviews

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
A different view of Rome

Seeing the Hadrian's Villa and Villa d'esme presented a different view of Rome. Its amazing to see what was accomplished by the Romans.

Thank Jay C
Reviewed 30 July 2018 via mobile
Tivoli Tour by Rome your Way - Just Amazing

Guide Jo was great - Nice, fun and incredibly knowledgable. The logistic was so smooth - I didn’t have to worry about anything and could focus on fully enjoying the beauty of the places we visited. Adrian Villa and Villa d’Este are two gems -...More

1  Thank Alessia R
Reviewed 9 April 2018
Hassle free

All you have to do is walk to the tour office (next to Termini station). You're taken on a comfortable, mini-bus to Hadrian's villa where you spend a couple of hours being guided around this vast ancient site. You can only get a feel of...More

5  Thank Geoff H
Reviewed 13 March 2018 via mobile
Would recommend a guided tour!

After checking different options on how to get to Tivoli (both villas) by public transport and doubting whether with all the interchanges and infrequent services we will be able to visit both villas on a same day - I decided to book this guided tour...More

5  Thank Aleksandra P
Reviewed 7 March 2018
trip cancelled on short notice

We were advised by email that the trip was cancelled due to "weather" , but the weather was sunny .. so we are puzzled as to why it was cancelled. We did receive a refund, however, the next date offered was after our departure..Disappointed in...More

1  Thank George H
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OljaV22
5 September 2018|
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Response from Geoff H | Reviewed this property |
Their office is on the ground floor amongst the shops on Via Marsala - approximately 100 yards from the front of the station entrance. Come out the main entrance, turn right onto Via Marsala (if you see McDonald's you're on... More
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cybgumby
6 June 2018|
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Response from Geoff H | Reviewed this property |
You meet up at their office (opposite the railway station) at 10.00 a.m. and are back at their office around 4.00 to 4.30 p.m. (dependant on traffic). You spent approx. two hours at Hadrian's villa and two hours at the... More
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