The Villa of Hadrian
In the years between A.D. 118 and 138 A.D. the Emperor Hadrian decided to construct his enormous residence outside the capital, choosing an area that was surrounded by nature and abundant in water.
The architecture of the villa was carefully designed by the emperor himself, and reflected his tastes and passions in an original way. For this reason the villa features variations on the usual canons of contemporary Roman architecture.
The enormous estate, which occupies an area of 120 hectares, features spas, nymphaea, gardens, huge fountains and temples. These features were connected not only by aboveground paths, but also by an underground road network for that served as service passages for people and vehicles.
On your visit you will also admire sculptures, paintings and materials of various kinds that can be found nowhere else on earth.
An extraordinary visit just a short journey from Rome, this UNESCO World Heritage site located in the beautiful city of Tivoli is truly to be experienced with our archaeologists.
The tour includes the cost of the ticket to the Archaeological Parks or Museums
Duration: 3 hours
Meeting place: In front of the Archaeological Park of Villa Adriana. In case you need a private transport to and from the archaeological site, contact us by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Start time: Flexible. Once the reservation has been made, you will be contacted by our staff to agree on the most suitable time. It is possible to choose a time between h. 8:30 and h. 15:30
When: Daily (Monday to Sunday); Year round
Languages: English, French, Italian
Suitable for children? Yes
Suitable for people with mobility issues? Certain areas are wheelchair accessible
Walking distance: Varies; at least 2 km.