Tivoli is a city marked by the landscapes of the Roman countryside and characterized by the great monuments of antiquity that can still be visited in an unspoilt environment. The local tastes are another constant of the visit to Tivoli, a town greatly appreciated by the ancient Romans for its spas and its healthy air. Monuments and historic buildings are really many to see and date back to all ages.
The city of Tivoli has a unique aspect that has been preserved over time. The excursion to Tivoli will be marked by the beauty of the natural landscape of the typical Lazio surroundings. The main attractions date back to Roman emperors who built numerous villas and temples here. But also the medieval center of the city preserves numerous surprises not to be missed. Tivoli is well suited for an out-of-the-way tour of relaxation and good food. The best times to enjoy all the entertainment are: the carnival period, the month of July and the month of September.
Villa d'Este in Tivoli is considered an undisputed masterpiece of the Italian Renaissance and UNESCO heritage since 2011, so this is one of the obligatory stages during your visit to Tivoli.
250 whistles, 255 waterfalls, 100 basins, 50 fountains, 300 paratroopers, only a few figures of the majestic beauty of the gardens of Cardinal Ippolito II D'Este, a place that, to the detriment of its size, is a comfortable and relaxing visit.
Villa Gregoriana, made up of the green park and the majestic waterfall, is located in the Tivoli town center near the confluence of the Aniene River with the Valley of Hell. One can surely imagine how impressive and impressive this monument is.
The park represents a unicum that exemplifies the aesthetics of the sublime so dear to romantic culture; natural and artificial, blend in such a seductive way to become, in the nineteenth century, the main subject of the pictorial representations of Tivoli, which becomes a must for the Grand Tour.
The residence of Emperor Hadrian, who had a brilliantly constructed villa in Tivoli where the most famous places of the provinces of the empire, such as the High School, the Academy, the Pritaneo, the city of Canopo, the Pecile and the Tempe valley; and in order not to miss anything, he had also shown the inferiors.
If you are traveling with children it is interesting to consider that inside Villa Adriana there is a library of archeology where you can engage children in educational paths aimed at the discovery of archeology. One of the most visited and extensive sites in the world.
In the upper part of the city we can easily recognize Rocca Pia, and at its feet is the Bleso amphitheater dating to the 2nd century AD.
Built alongside Villa D'Este over the remains of a Roman amphitheater dating from 184 AD.
The city of Tivoli is equally famous for the presence of thermal springs also called "Acque Albule", appreciated by the emperors since antiquity. The spas offer the opportunity to spend long periods of relaxation, art and culture in our beautiful city.
In addition, the thermal baths allow for well-being and healing paths, given the healthy qualities of sulphurous water.
As far as religious buildings are concerned, the city has dozens of tents, and this figure extends even more to the already substantial Tibetan cultural heritage. Among the most important churches, the medieval church of San Silvestro, the church of San Pietro alla Carità and the Duomo certainly reminds us.