Villa d’Este and Villa Adriana in Tivoli free on first Monday of month; Wanted In Rome

There is free entry to the sites of Hadrian’s Villa and Villa d’Este in Tivoli, outside Rome, on the first Monday of the month between May and December.

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16 of the Best Day Trips From Rome Italy!; Marie Concilus; Just a Pack

BEST Day Trips From Rome – 16 of the very best day trips from Rome. When you visit the Eternal City make sure you spare some time for at least 1 of these!

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Villa d’Este: illustration of Renaissance culture in Tivoli, Italy; Xinhua

Photo taken on April 17, 2019 shows a view of Villa d’Este in Tivoli, Italy. The Villa d’Este in Tivoli, with its palace and garden, is one of the most remarkable and comprehensive illustrations of Renaissance culture at its most refined. It was included in the UNESCO world heritage list in 2001.

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Tivoli Day Trip: Hadrian’s Villa and Villa d’Este; Get Your Guide

Take a break from the crowds in Rome and head to Tivoli on this full-day excursion. Visit the ruins of Hadrian’s Villa with it temples, theaters, and statues. Admire the romantic Villa d’Este and its garden’s waterfalls, pools, and fountains.

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Weddings at Villa d’Este and Villa Adriana in Tivoli; Wanted In Rome

Civil wedding ceremonies can now be held at the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Villa d’Este and Villa Adriana, as well as the Sanctuary of Hercules Victor, in the town of Tivoli, located about 30 km north-east of Rome.

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10 Things You Need to Do in Rome; The Every Girl

your essential guide to the Eternal City…

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Unesco Tivoli Italy; Anne-Sophie Redisch; Sophie’s World Travel Inspiration

Italy – Villa d’Este, Tivoli

30 kilometres from Rome, you’ll find two villas. Two very different villas. In fact, the only thing they have in common is being on UNESCOs list of properties worthy of special protection for the future.

The bus from Rome (from the station Ponte Mammolo on Metro line B) takes me to Tivoli in the hills outside the great city. A resort town for millennia, Tivoli was then known as Tibur. I am here to have a look at the town’s two World Heritage sites. Two!! For a town of less than 60 000 residents! Gotta hand it to Italy. Complete pros when it comes to the list.

Villa Adriana

Perhaps you are familiar with Emperor Hadrian? He was a travelling man, a wall-building man (keeping those savage Scots out, remember…), and a man who enjoyed hanging out at his villa.

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11 Most Gorgeous Gardens Around the World; Jenna Seyer; Ecophiles

Italy – Villa d’Este, Tivoli

Before summer ends and autumn brings with it a mosaic of color and a rush of cool breeze, travel to these 11 gorgeous gardens around the world!

From Japan to the United States, the 11 most gorgeous gardens around the world will impress you beyond words. You’ll be walking through canopies of color surrounded by palaces of gold, as you experience exotic flora and native species – pieces of nature like no other.

Before a rush of cool breeze brings with it colors of autumn, we wanted to share with you these stunning travel destinations to visit before summer ends. And, what doesn’t perfectly describe summer other than its beautiful gardens and outdoor flower displays? Here they are:

Kenrokuen, Kanazawa, Japan

Kenrokuen Garden in Kanazawa, Japan is easily one of the most beautiful natural landscapes in the country.

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These Spectacular Photos of Fountains From Around the World Will Blow Your Mind; Brooke Nelson; Reader’s Digest

Italy – Villa d’Este, Tivoli

Forget the Trevi Fountain in Rome. You NEED to add these incredible fountains to your bucket list of sights to see before you die.

Fountain of Giant Wild Goose Pagoda, Xi’an, China

Over 1,000 musical fountains light up each evening in the Music Fountain Square of Big Wild Goose Pagoda in Xi’an, China. The water fountains cover around 168,000 square meters of land, surrounded by a cultural square and stunning garden landscapes.
Swarovski Kristallwelten (Crystal Worlds), Wattens, Austria
This stunning fountain marks the entrance to Swarovski Crystal Worlds, a museum in Wattens, Austria. The museum opened in 1995 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Austria-based crystal company, Swarovski. Inside, 16 “Chambers of Wonder” showcase artwork and designs from around the world.
The Divers Fountain, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
You’ll find this incredible 80-foot tall masterpiece in the Dubai Mall in the United Arab Emirates.

Italy’s most breathtaking sights you need to see across the biggest regions from Rome to Tuscany; Miriam Gradel; Mirror Online

Italy – Villa d’Este, Tivoli

The country boasts some seriously beautiful landmarks and countryside.

It’s no surprise that Italy has been a firm favourite for holidaymakers for decades. The weather is sunny, the food is famously delicious, and there’s plenty to do whether you’re after a cultural getaway or a beach break.

Plus, you don’t need to break the bank for a visit – there are plenty of cheap flights on offer, not to mention the wide array of budget-friendly accommodation that’s available.

Whether you’re a looking to explore Rome and see its iconic landmarks, want to sample that famous Italian cuisine, or simply feel like basking in the glorious sunshine on the Amalfi Coast, the country has some seriously amazing locations worth checking out on your trip.

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