Discover the Villas In Tivoli

The city of Tivoli is situated at the foot of the Simbruini Hills - a wonderful landscape of extensive valleys and plains forming a boundary between the Lazio and Abruzzo regions.
It is a rather homogeneous territory characterized by a suggestive mountainous and urban area crossed by the Aniene river, which forms spectacular waterfalls.
The beauty of this city and of its area led to its inclusion in the Grand Tour made by artists and young rich European aristocrats starting from the 17th century in order to complete their knowledge.
Start to discover the historical and cultural highlights and all the culinary specialties of Tivoli.
The three Villas in Tivoli are considered the symbol of ancient Tibur.
Villa Adriana and Villa D'Este are UNESCO World Heritage Sites; the Park of Villa Gregoriana is supervised by the FAI (Fondo Ambiente Italiano).
Not to be missed: the water play of Villa D'Este; the stateliness of Villa Adriana, the ancient residence of Emperor Hadrian, with its precious floors and decorations; the magnificent naturalistic park of Villa Gregoriana characterized by forests, caves, hiking trails and a gorgeous waterfall.

Villa Adriana  (Hadrian's Villa), one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, is the archaeological symbol of Tivoli; the ancient residence of Emperor Hadrian, it still witnesses the magnificence of the ancient Roman Empire.

Villa D'Este  is the symbol of Italian Renaissance architecture, an amazing UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is considered to be the most beautiful Italian style garden of Europe.

 

Villa Gregoriana  is the landscaping postcard of Tivoli, a peaceful green park supervised by the FAI (Fondo Ambiente Italiano) and characterized by forests, caves, hiking trails and a gorgeous waterfall.