Hotel Sirene

Piazza Massimo 4, Tivoli, Lazio, 00019, Italy | 4 star hotel

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Roaming Out of Town to Tivoli!

A travel blog entry by fromcathyp


... of the water and birds accompany you at every point on the walk. Because of rain runoff of water, it is very lush and quite damp in places. There are walks through the ruins, only the bottom part of the original villa is left. Paths lead up to the top of the main waterfall, others lower down and then going across to the other side and then down to the bottom to see the water plunging right down through the rocks making a thundering noise as ...

On the road

A travel blog entry by 2tillbrooks


After a quick walk along the beach, not liking the black sand and the roaring winds, we spent the day on the road. Driving towards Rome, finding a spot on the outskirts. Close enough to drive in tomorrow but just before the crazy hassle and bustle of the capital starts. The night brought with it a ferocious storm, that kept us both up majority of the night. The lightning and thunder seemed so close it was disturbing. ...

Emperors and Endings!

A travel blog entry by runelight_vlc


... following other visitors. The red brick walls and crumbling ruins allude to greatness, but instill sadness due to their decay. A place once full of hustle and bustle seems to be like a museum piece in the silence of the gardens. It has been transformed into a garden statue, left melancholically in a corner, until it fades completely from view. There is another villa which I didn't get to see here, the Villa D'Este, a renaissance garden which is supposed to be incredible. However, ...

Rome, night 1

A travel blog entry by david_oz


... comparing renaissance to baroque architecture (well it sounds good!!), then headed to Piazza navarona. Amazing decadence in buildings. 'private' chapels with multiple masterpieces - these guys knew how to spend other peoples money! Pantheon, Trevino Fountain, then finished at Spanish Steps (with a wedding thrown in for free!). We need to retrace our steps in the daytime, but it was a good intro to ...

Tivoli - Last bit of Italian culture before Greece

A travel blog entry by mark_christina


... perhaps city is a better phrase and Villa D'Este), and one surprise one (Parco Villa Gregoriana).

On our first day we took a short walk to the end of our street to enjoy the Park and Villa Gregoriana. It was the perfect solution to hot weather, as the Park featured huge waterfalls, caves, grottos, trees everywhere (so you never walked in the sun) and of course a few temples. It also was surprisingly big for such a small area, as the path ...


This 4 star hotel, located on Piazza Massimo 4, Tivoli, is near Villa d'Este, Hadrian's Villa (Villa Adriana), Villa Gregoriana, and Tours in Rome.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding