Villa Adriana is a large Roman archaeological complex at Tivoli, Italy. The Emperor Hadrian built this country villa for himself and his court. Today ia an immense park, extending over 80 hectares.
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You will have to walk a lot to see the beautiful ruins. As far as I could see there was nowhere to buy food and drink. The bus journey from near the train station takes more than 20 minutes and you buy bus tickets from...More
Hadrian's Villa (Villa Adriana) in Tivoli bears witness to the grandeur of the Roman Empire. It is also one of the best kept and most visited archaeological sites in Italy. It has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999. This was the...More
Know as Hadrian’s Villa, is a 2 nd century Roman archaeological complex in Tivoli. And it’s a UNESCO World Heritage site. One square meter of large are containing over 30 buildings ( ruins) of pools, baths, palace buildings and fountains. Guided tours recommended.
This is the first stop of our Tivoli day tour with a guide. It is a massive lot full of ruins, olive trees, cypress and other greens. You just need to visualize what stands on those area that you are about to see. Good walking...More
We happened to visit Hadrian's Villa on a warm Sunday, arriving at about 11am - when many early visitors were leaving. In any case, this sprawling historic complex is so extensive, that it is probably never over-crowded. We arrived by car, and there was plenty...More
Keeping our eyes peeled, we spotted the difficult to read tourist sign just off the main road into Tivoli and took a right turn along narrow roads till we finally found the car park. There is a long walk up to the ruins from the...More
What a rich archeological site. It is expansive and, at least when we went, was very clam. Mos of the tourists seemed to be Italian. It is a great place just to wander and explore on your own. You could get an audio guide but...More