TIVOLI

COD: TOUR 03
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Villa Adriana e Villa d'Este
Durata : 5 ore circa
DESCRIPTION: Hadrian's Villa and Villa d'Este
Duration : 5 hours approx


Tivoli sorge a est di Roma, un paese di grande tradizione storica e ricco di ricordi del passato. Tivoli era la localitŗ ideale dove i gli antici Romani trascorrevano le loro vacanze.
Assistiti da un nostrio autista vedrede l'incantevole Ville D'Este, gioiello rinascimentale con il suo giardino all'italiana ricco di fontane, statue e giochi d'acqua.


Our deluxe car will allow you to visit this wonderful site in a short time assisted by our chauffeurs who will be at your service the entire duration. The itinerary begins with the visit of Villa díEste, the villa famous especially for itís garden with the many fountains, centuries old trees and impressive panoramic views. Visit the magnificent renaissance home of Cardinal díEste, a 16th century great art patron.
Tivoli lies east from Rome, a town of great antiquity and lots of interesting reminders of its past. It used to be a holiday resort for the Romans as well as a place for the worship of local divinities.Our deluxe car will allow you to visit this wonderful site in a short time assisted by our chauffeurs who will be at your service the entire duration. The itinerary begins with the visit of Villa díEste, the villa famous especially for itís garden with the many fountains, centuries old trees and impressive panoramic views. Visit the magnificent renaissance home of Cardinal díEste, a 16th century great art patron.


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Nei dintorni di Roma sorge la magnifica Villa Adriana, la residenza preferita dell'Imperatore Adriano, con innumerevioli vestigia di palazzi, terme, teatri e templi.


On the outskirts of Tivoli stands the magnificent Villa Adriana, the favourite residence of emperor Hadrian which gives you an idea of Roman architecture and statuary which appears rather to be those of a city than of a villa.
Enter trough the Poikile (commonly called Pecile), a reconstruction of a portico in ancient Athens. See the Naval Theatre, the Small Thermae and the Great Thermae, the Canpus (Hadrianís reproduction of a sanctuary in Egypt), and the Museum with the precious objects found in the excavations including a copy of the Amazon by Phidias