The park has to be visited on a guided tour of which there are 2 each day, morning and afternoon. The tours only take place if the weather is good. Tickets are sold at the tourist information office in the base of the tower. On the day that we tried the morning tour was not taking place as the weather was a bit uncertain. We had to return later to see if the weather was good enough for the afternoon tour, luckily it was. The villa and grounds were bequeathed to the Rockefeller Institute with a stipulation that the public has access to the gardens. We had an excellent guide. It was the views and the fact that this was probably the site of Pliny's villa that really made taking this tour worthwhile. The tour takes about 2 hours with quite a bit of uphill walking. Comfortable shoes or sandals are recommended.
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