Once in Tivoli you will visit the famous Villa D'Este, built in the 16th century for the Cardinal Ippolito D'Este (son of the famous Lucrezia Borgia), who had it built for himself when he became the governor of Tivoli. The beautiful building is world known for its astounding garden, decorated by hundreds of artistic water fountains.
After Villa D'Este you will re-descend the hill and visit the ruins of the famous residence of the Emperor Hadrian. This villa was the Emperor's "ideal city," a retreat from the chaos of Rome and the classical buildings in it.
Before returning to Civitavecchia, you will stop to look at the marble quarries at the foot of the hill.
Departures: 08:30 AM,
Meeting instructions: Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.