Although is cold in January (13 degrees C), it's been a pleasure to stroll between the countless fountains in the history - rich gardens. The interior frescae of the villa are absolutely delightful
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You must visit place, the entrance 8euro per person and it gives you an advantage of 2 days visit Very good places for people who likes history and art for inside the palace The garden was fantastic with all these fountains around it is really...More
Very picturesque gardens and museum. If you arrive after 4 the normal price of 8 euros is halved. Check closing times as in december the garden shut at 4.45.
I hesitated booking at first, as this isn't one of the BIG attractions in Rome, but so glad I booked a tour! The greenery and open space in both Hadrian's Villa and Villa d'Este are a much needed break from built up Rome. The ruins...More
A must see place near rome. The villa is wonderful, but the gardens areoutstanding. We wandered around the picturesque roads of Tivoli, feeling that we were in another century.
My husband and I are glad that we had visited this 16th Century World Heritage Villa, thanks to an old couple who sat besides us at a restaurant to recommend this beautiful The fountains, the gardens, the pond and the plants in this compound was...More
This was one of our outings from central Rome. It cost us just 8 euro by train round trip for both of us. Take your time inside all of the rooms are beautiful. The gardens are not to be missed. Walk all around to just...More
In the mid to late C 16 two wealthy Cardinals and a nobleman created a cluster of three of the world's great water-animated gardens: Villa Lante, Villa Caprarola and Bomarzo. The first two are still water animated the third, Bomarzo, has lost its water systems...More