This day trip to Tivoli Gardens is for those who wish to relax while exploring history simultaneously. A private driver will pick you up at your hotel for one of the best day trips from Rome to Tivoli Villas. Your private guide will show you the many reasons why people from the surrounding towns choose this resort for their weekend. Tivoli baths have enjoyed a high volume of usage since the Roman Empire, also attracted by the beauty of its panorama.
Emperor Hadrian’s Villa is evidence of his extravagance, while Villa D’Este is an oasis of retreat built exclusively for the exile of Cardinal d’Este. Both Villas are UNESCO World Heritage Sites, indicating the space’s beauty.

Included in the tour: Tivoli Gardens – Villa D’Este and Hadrian’s Villa Tour from Rome

  • Pick up directly from your hotel/apartment/B&B
  • luxury car with driver at disposal Rome to Tivoli and return
  • Adrian’s Villa guided visit
  • Villa D’este guided visit
  • Intermediate transfers between the two sites
  • Professional Certified Guide to both Tivoli Villas
  • Skip the line tickets to both sites
  • Drop off back to your hotel or wherever in the city center
  • COVID-19 safety measures: the face mask is no more mandatory but still suggested in crowded places.

Pick up details and other info:

Pick-up time is at 8:15 am from all hotels, apartments, and B&B located within a radius of 7 kilometers from the Pantheon. The pick-up time is customizable according to your needs and the site’s opening time. With a supplement, we will pick you up from other locations or the dock of your ship and bring you back to the port on time for your departure.

Also, if you wish to take advantage of this private tour from Rome to Tivoli and have lunch there, do not hesitate to ask for customization.

What you will see taking part in the Tivoli Gardens Tour

Hadrian’s Villa

Tivoli is one of the most visited towns outside Rome also for Tivoli Gardens.
Hadrian’s Villa was the Versailles-like palace from which the Emperor governed his Empire; not too far from Rome, its grounds cover more than 300 acres of parkland and are filled with duplicates of his favorite buildings throughout the Empire. These spectacular replicas are clear evidence of the extravagance of Emperor Hadrian himself.

A few examples include the Teatro Marittimo, a circular residence on an artificial isle; the Egyptian Canopus, with its statue-lined canal; and the high wall of Athens Pecile, which sits directly opposite the pool.

Villa d’Este Rome, the avenue of 100 fountains, and more!

A splendid Renaissance Palace with valuable frescoes on the walls and ceilings. What will impress you most, however, are the grand Italian-style gardens. They stretch over two terraced slopes with centenary trees and over 500 fountains: a true oasis built for Cardinal d’Este’s exile.

Listen to Bernini’s Fountain of the Organ “playing” music using only water pressure, and admire the incredible ‘Avenue of the Hundred Fountains.’ Many waterfalls, artistic fountains, ponds, grottoes (caves), and spectacular waterways use gravity and hydraulics as their sole power sources.

This tour from Rome to Tivoli is partially wheelchair accessible

Please provide any mobility and wheelchair access requirements. Also, visitors with limited mobility can contact us for special needs, such as wheelchairs or walkers. Please note that the Tivoli garden has uneven surfaces, but most of the area has wheelchair paths.  Also, note that other participants in your group will have to take charge of pushing the wheelchair.

We suggest avoiding strollers and using a baby sling instead.

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Duration: 5 Hours

Price: Varies according to the number of participants

Days of Operation: Every day except 1 Jan, 25 Dec

Pick up Time: 8:15 from the hotel

Visita a Villa Adriana

Villa Adriana

Visita a Villa Adriana

Villa Adriana

Visita a Villa d'Este

Villa D’este

Visita a Villa d'Este

Villa D’este

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Are Tivoli Villas worth visiting? If you like gardens, fountains, ancient Rome history, and remains and to have a relaxing rest from the hustle and bustle of the city, yes! The trip is pleasant and short. Tivoli’s Villas are only 30 kilometers from Rome and are one of Romans’ favorite places to spend a day with the family.

Are you looking for a relaxing escape from Rome to Tivoli?

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Romans love this medieval town on the edge of the Tiburtini Hills, famed for its panoramic views. But Tivoli was a favorite resort since the Roman Empire time.
Villa D’este and Villa Adriana house peculiar gardens, definitely worth the visit!

Check out the other tours organized in the city too!