Hotel Adriano

Via di Villa Adriana 194, Tivoli, Lazio, 00010, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tivoli

Roaming Out of Town to Tivoli!

A travel blog entry by fromcathyp


... shop and combine it with my banana and the bottle of water, would suffice for a drink. The lady in the fruit stop refused to take money for the apple which I thought was the sweetest thing! I thanked her very much in Italian of course and I sat in the Piazza and ate it looking at the beautiful old part of town and gazed outwards to the countryside all around me, hills rising all around and people going about their daily life. No tourists ...

Villa Adriana (Hadrian's Villa) - Day 27

A travel blog entry by kerrycrosbie


... tact was simply stunning. As we walked around, in my mind's eye, I could see how amazingly beautiful this place would have been - white marble colonnades everywhere, bright stucco painted interior walls, huge atriums, mosaics everywhere on every footpath, quadrangle and floor, marble statues, huge olive groves and orchards and the most wonderful view of the valley and mountains. We walked and explored solidly for three hours ...

Emperors and Endings!

A travel blog entry by runelight_vlc


... in the 2nd century AD it is unique in that it covers a variety of Mediterranean themes, taking influences from Greece, Rome and unusually, Egypt. It was so etching of an Egyptian theme park, if you will. The villa was actually owned by Hadrian's wife Vibia Sabina, a dour old girl by all accounts. Possibly with good reason. You see Hadrian was obsessed, in love even, with a young chap called Antinous, and made many statues and bronzes of the young man. Now some sources suggest ...

Hadrian's Villa

A travel blog entry by tknoepke


Hello again,

So after two weeks of classes, I finally had another opportunity to travel and see some new sights. With my architecture class, I traveled out to the city of Tivoli to see Hadrian's Villa, the country residence of the Roman emperor where he spent a large portion of his rule. The villa was gorgeous to put it simply, even if the weather was less than desirable for such a visit. ...

The Colosseum

A travel blog entry by nickandnicole


... it to be out of commission from 217-223 AD. The gladiatorial combats were banned in 404 and all games ended in 523. It holds 75 thousand people and they would often inscribe their favorite gladiator names on the stone seating. Many of these names can be seen today. The gladiators were either prisoners of war, slaves or criminals and free men rarely ever chose to be gladiators and if so only for a ...


This hotel, located on Via di Villa Adriana 194, Tivoli, is near Villa d'Este, Hadrian's Villa (Villa Adriana), Abbazia di San Benedetto, and Teatro Greco.
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