You’ll meet your guide at a centrally located meeting point in Rome and proceed to Hadrian’s Villa in an air-conditioned coach or minivan for a guided walking tour.
The villa belonged to the 2nd-century emperor, Hadrian, and was used as a summer residence. You’ll explore the archaeological ruins of Hadrian’s Villa: its temples, statues, theatres, thermal baths and much more.
Next, you’ll proceed by coach or by a minivan to the nearby Villa d'Este where you’ll enjoy a delicious lunch in a typical local restaurant. Afterwards, you’ll take a walk through the romantic Villa d’Este.
This former Benedictine convent is one of the most fascinating villas of the late Renaissance period. You’ll see its famous Fountain of Neptune, admire its stunning gardens and marvel at its impressive waterfalls, pools and numerous fountains. At the end of the day you’ll return to the original departure point in Rome.
This tour is not wheelchair accessible. Please note that this tour runs with a minimum of six participants.
Please note that:
- All participants who are 12 years old or older must present Reinforced Green Pass (can be obtained only by those who have been fully vaccinated with an EMA or AIFA approved vaccine or recovered from Covid in the last 6 months). The certification can be paper or digital format and it must be presented in English, French, Spanish, German or Italian.
- Bring with you a valid ID and FFP2 face mask as well.