Roma
Tivoli
Highly recommended
Tivoli The Essential
Highly recommended
The ancient town of Tibur (now Tivoli), a holiday destination since the Roman Empire, boasts two stunning villas: the extraordinary Villa Adriana built by the Emperor Hadrian in AD 126, considered in its day to be Antiquity's most elaborate complex of buildings; and the equally remarkable Villa d'Este, built in 1550 for Cardinal d'Este and famous for its magnificent gardens.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Tivoli
Villa d'Este
Villa d'Este
In 1550, the disgraced Cardinal Ippolito
120 minutes
Hadrian's Villa
Hadrian's Villa
A passionate lover of art and
90 minutes
Villa Gregoriana
Villa Gregoriana
A vast wooded park, run through by a
60 minutes
Church of Holy Mary the Major
Church of Holy Mary the Major
Next to the villa d'Este, this old
15 minutes
Temple of Sybil
Temple of Sybil
Its shape is circular, for which reason
30 minutes