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Welcome to Rome: From the Colosseum to the Pantheon by Electric Golf Car
"You begin your exciting appointment with Rome by going along the full length of Via Veneto the road of La Dolce Vita. Continue to Via Leonida where you will see the Church of S.ta Maria della Vittoria with the famous statue by Bernini of S.ta Teresa. A short pause to visit this lovely baroque Church. From there you go to the Quirinale where yo you will stop for a brief period before moving to the T errace above the Colosseum where there will be a pause of 15 minutes to enable the guide to describe in detail the Colosseum the Arch of Constantine the Palatine Hill and the Forum. You proceed to the Circo Massimo passing the Palatine Hill and thence to the Aventino quarter where you will stop for 10 minutes. On the Aventino there is the Cavalieri di Malta Square (the Knights of Malta Square the Bocca della Verita' Square and the Teatro di Marcello. From there you go to Piazza Venezia where is the Vittoriano (the Monument to the Unknown Soldier). Going along Corso Emanuele you will reach P .za Navona with Bernini's Fountain of the Fo the two great 17C.architects in Rome. Close by isthe Pantheon - the best preserved monument from Roman Times which you will visit."
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Bocca della Verità: Small-Group Roman History Family Tour
"This walking tour leaves from an established meeting point and explores the Mouth of Truth in the ancient forum Boarium meaning ""the cowshed"" as well as the the remains of the Basilica of Saint Mary in Cosmedin. Walk to the Circus Maximus where your family will take a short rest-stop then head to the Temple of Hercules and the Arch of Janus then end at the Ancient Theatre of Marcellus. While adults follow a guided tour kids will do some coloring activities
From EUR43.00
 
Imperial Rome 3-Hour Walking Tour
"Travel back to the days of the Roman Empire on a fully guided 3-hour walking tour of the Imperial City and see all the main monuments starting with the mighty arena of the Colosseum.Go inside the grand amphitheater built in the valley between the Palatine Esquiline and Caelian Hills. Despite damage by fires earthquakes and looting
From EUR40.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Tivoli

Maritime Theatre

Also known as the sea theatre -even a reflection here, although not very condusive to relaxing now - the water was quite murky and stagnant :-(
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Apr 25, 2003

Stadium

Actually this is really a great nymphaeum in the shape of a stadium and has a portico fed by two canals which run the entire length of the complex.
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Apr 25, 2003

The Piazza d'Oro

This part of the complex was used for formal occassions. It has a variety of architectural styles to enjoy and you could spend some time browsing this part of the villa.
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Apr 25, 2003

Greek Temple

On the way out have a look at the temple of Venus. This small round temple is purported to be an impression of the area 'Vale of Tempe' in Thessaly northern Greece.
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Apr 25, 2003

Pecile

The Pecile was a vast quadrilateral portico (232m x 97m) with curved short sides and a central garden with ornamental pool.
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Apr 25, 2003

If you have time...

take a walk in Tivoli. Villa d'Este is a fantastic site, but there are many other (maybe hidden) places to discover in this beautiful city! Don't miss them!
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Mar 02, 2003
 
 
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Villa D'Este

The three story castle belonging to the Cardinal d'Este is decorated with Manneriist frescos painted by Livio Agresti and the brothers Zuccari. From the balconies there are fine views over the...
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Hadrian's Villa - Villa Adriana

The Maritime Theater consists of a round pool of water surrounded by a circle of pillars. At the center is an island containing several rooms which serve as a place where Hadrian could remove himself...
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Villa D'Este - Fountains- Fontane

The Fountains of the Villa d'Este are laid out in three terraces surrounded with formal gardens. In the center is a vertical set of fountains with the upper one called the Organ and the lower one the...
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Villa D'Este - Rometta Fountain

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 original miniatures have been destroyed...
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Temple of Vesta

The Temple of Vesta stands on a sharp projecting stone narrow cliff. It is round and in the outer part is surrounded by Corinthian columns. It looks down on the River Aniene and was built in the 2C...
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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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"A Tivoli Taster"
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"DAY TRIP TO TIVOLI"
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"Tivoli - UNESCO World Heritage Site"
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"Tivoli"
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"Tivoli"
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