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Tivoli Travel guide
Tivoli : Michelin's recommendations
The ancient town of Tibur (now Tivoli), a holiday destination since the Roman Empire, boasts two stunning villas: the extraordinary Villa Adriana built by the Emperor Hadrian in AD 126, considered in its day to be Antiquity’s most elaborate complex of buildings; and the equally remarkable Villa d’Este, built in 1550 for Cardinal d’Este and famous for its magnificent gardens.
Tourist attractions Tivoli : Things to see and do
Piazza Trento 1 I - 00019 Tivoli
In 1550, the disgraced Cardinal Ippolito d'Este consoled himself by having this villa built. Designed by Neapolitan architect Pirro Ligorio, it is adorned with sumptuous gardens making full use of water features and statues in the Mannerist style. No..
Villa Adriana 204 I - 00019 Tivoli
A passionate lover of art and architecture, Emperor Hadrian had crisscrossed his whole empire, and with this villa sought to evoke the works and sites he had seen on his travels. It was almost complete when Hadrian, long gravely ill and distraught at..
Piazza Trento I - 00019 Tivoli
Next to the villa d'Este, this old church of the Benedictine monastery with a pretty Gothic façade, contains two triptychs from the 15th C., one of which is by the painter and mosaicist Jacopo Torrati .
Strada di Paterno, 4 I - 00010 Villa Adriana di Tivoli
Hotel Villa Plauzi, located near the ancient Villa Adriana and Villa d'Este in Tivoli, and close to Acque Albule Tivoli Terme, famous for its thermal springs, has been thinking of the needs of who believe that comfort, image and efficiently are the b..
via Quintilio Varo I - 00019 Tivoli
via della Sibilla 50 I - 00019 Tivoli
This elegant restaurant stands at the foot of the Temple of Vesta. One of the highlights on the menu is grilled meat. Other regional specialities also feature.