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Villa Adriana

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This is an exceptional complex of classical buildings built in the 2nd century AD by the Roman Emperor Hadrian, which reproduces the best elements of the cultures of Egypt, Greece and Rome in the form of an "ideal city."
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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Largo Marguerite Yourcenar 1, 00019, Tivoli, Italy
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Reviewed 24 June 2012

This is a must see. A short bus trip but ensure you see it in the afternoon so you can hear the organ play at 6:00. The gardens.....wonderful....the water...great and the actual villa on the same trip...outstanding.

Thank jill n
Reviewed 20 June 2012

TRIP TO TIVOLI, ITALY (ADRIAN'S VILLA) In all the guidebooks to Italy you will find the "invitation" to Tivoli to Villa Adriana, a place with deep historical roots. And many tourists, of course, respond to the invitation ... Five weeks ago I was here, among...More

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Reviewed 20 June 2012

Do this excursion early in the morning. The backup information was a lot of help with understanding how life was years and years ago.

Thank Ellenmarie22
Reviewed 13 June 2012

One of the most fascinating archaeological parks I'd ever seen: an imperial villa that functioned as a self-contained little town. Big portions of the architecture are preserved, unfortunately mostly in brick and cement, without the marble decoration, but the whole project is impressive, and some...More

Thank adynatos
Reviewed 11 June 2012

This ancient "villa" is the size of the Vatican City! The things that the Romans could build in 100 AD are amazing. Bathhouses, heated pools and floors, temples, public spaces, wow..how did they do this with no machines and tools?

2  Thank RWG2020
Reviewed 9 June 2012

We went here as part of a tour to Villa d'Este. If you're attracted to various Greek and Egyptian architecture then this is for you. But I would save my photo ops for Villa d'Este instead.

Thank Russ_Cathy
Reviewed 8 June 2012

A group of 8 of us toured this expansive site with an excellent private licensed guide we had pre-booked to meet us there--Dott. Flavia Serangeli of Our Rome Tour. She was excellent--and really made this huge venue come alive. It's not just a villa: It's...More

Thank TheOriginalDrFUN
Reviewed 5 June 2012

We agree with all the other reviews. This is a wonderful place to visit. Make sure you wander around and explore the whole place. We found the audio tour useful, there is also excellent signage in Italian, English, French and German.

Thank jennydunstan
Reviewed 31 May 2012

Every corner reveals a new delight. There are so many different experiences that it is difficult to list them all let alone sing their praises. The way in which so many of the buildings have survived means you can use your imagination to great effect....More

Thank NedLl
Reviewed 31 May 2012

Roman Emperor Hadrian constructed a retreat complex in this site. A complex of over 30 buildings in an area of the least one kilometer square. The part of the ruins we stayed longer was the portion of the bath and the arches. If one have...More

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bretagne88
9 May 2018|
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Response from MoniUsa | Reviewed this property |
Hello, Hadrian Villa is 30 km from Rome. I am a tour guide and I usually take my clients there by car. If you want to get there with a bus, you must go to the Information Desk at Termini Station and they will tell you where... More
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Nikolay N
30 April 2018|
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Response from CzarEmmanuel | Reviewed this property |
From Tivoli station, you can take CAT bus line or no. 4, which will take you to about 300 meters from the villa. There is one that comes every 20-40 mins or so. You may check the webiste of catbustivoli or call 0774-334229... More
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Danielle W
7 February 2018|
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Response from yaman1971 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Danielle, On their website it says they are open every day all year round. I searched for the English version but there doesn't seem to be one... If you need translation don't hesitate to ask! L’Area Archeologica di... More
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