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When I arrived, there was a sign on the gate, that the territory is a closed/ private one. There was another couple of foreign visitors who also could not decide if it is allowed to enter the premises or not. Still I do not know...More
You can't actually go in the villa. It's sits atop a hill overlooking the main piazza of Frascati. The true gem, for me, is the fountain behind the villa. The statues are HUGE. I posted a picture of the entire fountain if you look carefully,...More
Despite another claim that this property isn't officially open to the public, it is -so please don't feel that you are trespassing if you go. The gardens and grounds are open, but you cannot enter the building.
We checked with the tourist office just next...More
We climbed the hill out of Frascati and arrived outside the Villa, but there were no entry signs everywhere, but we asked a local and he showed us a gate in. The villa looks like it is being renovated but the fountains and the viewpoint...More
Put on your strolling shoes and enjoy a pastoral, quiet, lovely (and free!) walk out to the Villa, around the buildings, fountains, and gardens! What a restorative treat. We especially enjoyed walking the shaded drive down to the gate (which we discovered was locked), enjoying...More
It is easy to overlook this amazing property. It can be viewed from the main square in Frascati, and sits proudly on the hillside overlooking the town and countryside beyond. There is a lovely tree line drive up to the villa through pretty gates, however,...More
I fancied an excursion out of Rome during my holiday, to escape the heat and crowds, and Frascati didn't disappoint. This town is easily reached via the suburban train FR4F from Termini station. You can't miss the villa at the top of the hill, above...More