Tivoli Things to Do

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  • 1. Villa D'Este

    Here is all general visitors info for Villa d'Este. I see many people reporting that the fountains were not working - read hours re fountain activation - from 10 a.m. every 2 hours! From the Villa...

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  • 2. Hadrian's Villa - Villa Adriana

    The Piccole Terme (Small Bath, in Englis) is one of my best building of the Villa. This complex is well preserved and it was built between 121 and 126 AD. The building is surrounded by courts adorned...

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  • 3. Fountain of Dragons

    This fountain is located at the center of the gardens, a mystical masterpiece set in a semicircular recess between two steep semicircular staircases descending from the Avenue of 100 Fountains. The...

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  • 4. Temple of Vesta

    On the cliff that dominates the valley of the Aniene Falls at Tivoli stand the ruins of a round temple dating from the late Republican period; it is called the Temple of Vesta or the Sibyl, but was...

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  • 5. Organ Fountain - Cascading waters everywhere!

    Photo 1 - in front of the FountainPhoto 2 - Sitting by 3 reflecting pools that face the fountainPhoto 3 - Upper walkway of fountain behind the water Photo 4 -...

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  • 6. Vestibolo

    Between the Small and the Great Baths you can see the vestibolo. From the ruins scholars supposed to be made by three buidings connected to one another. At the...

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  • 7. Villa Deste fountains

    famous for its water system, the architecture of its gardens, the pavilions, the artificial caves and the fountains. the famed Tivoli water-and-wind garden, a...

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  • 8. Explore the town

    Take an hour or two to walk around town and see for things other than the villas. There are lots of hills, beautiful churches, cobblestone streets, and little...

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  • 9. Rocca Pia

    Rocca Pia is a Medieval castle from the 15th century, named after Pope Pius II. It is visible from most places in town and an important part of the history of...

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  • 10. The Walkways, Plantings, and Fountains (4 photos)

    Every turn in the pathway leads to a remarkable new vista combining the pathways between fountains, the fountains themselves and as seen through the lush trees...

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  • 11. The Fountain of the Bicchierone

    The fountain of the Bicchierone (large water glass) was not part of the original plan but added more than a century later. It represents a chalice held by a...

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  • 12. The Fountain of Ovate( 2 photos)

    Named for its oval shape and also called the Fountain of Tivoli, this fountain symbolically represents the falls of the Tivoli river with the upper part the...

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  • 13. The Fountain Rometta

    The fountain Rometta is the most unique and original of the existing fountains at Tivoli, although nowhere near as complex as originally conceived. Many of the...

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  • 14. The Fountain of the Organ ( 2 photos )

    This water and air powered musical fountain uses technology dating back to the first century AD. The falling water determined the escape of air from organ pipes...

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  • 15. The Avenue of One Hundred Fountains (2 photos)

    This site is one of the most beautiful and unforgettable sites at Tivoli Gardens. The hand-carved fountain heads are in multiple shapes designed to induce awe...

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  • 16. One hundred fountains

    The one hundred fountain is one of the most beautiful, unforgettable and photographed places. It was chosen for the spot of different movie. It is a tree-lined...

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  • 17. The temple of Venus

    It is a small dorico and circular temple, advanced on Tempes valley, that preserved a copy of Aphrodite Cnidia, carved by Prassitele. The statue, accommodated...

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  • 18. The maritime Theatre

    Is one of the most famous and evocative buildings of the Villa. The main entrance was turned to north side, located in front of a green space near the libraries...

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  • 19. The fish pondes

    Are constituted by three large rectangular basins arranged in a row, bordered by lush vegetation and animated by thin jets with spring from the vases that...

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  • 20. Fontain of the organ

    Its construction began in 1568 and finished in 1611 under the cardinal Alessandro del Este. It is clearly baroque, so really different from the Renaissance...

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  • 21. The Rometta

    Is one of the most original fountain in the Villa. Created by Pirro Logorio, unfortunately today the fountain is not complete as it was originally because it...

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  • 22. Just resting

    After an afternoon's tour of the fountains at the Villa D'Este, I just needed to sit and truly enjoy the moment. ---Imagine yourself strolling in the summer...

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  • 23. The work of a genius

    Villa Adriana is not just an archeological park - it's an outstanding showcase of a genius architect and a weird personality, that of Adriano, the great Emperor...

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  • 24. Sanctuary of Quintiliolo

    The church takes its name from the road named via di Quintilio Varo. The road borders the waterfalls and, crossing olive groves, reaches this church. The church...

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  • 25. Villa Adrianna

    Hadrian's Villa is one of the largest and most spectaular villas every built during the Roman era. It once covered a greater area than the center of Imperial...

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