Torre Sant'Angelo Hotel

Address: Via Quintilio Varo, Tivoli, Lazio, 00019, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Quintilio Varo, Tivoli, is near Villa d'Este, Hadrian's Villa (Villa Adriana), Villa Gregoriana, and Tours in Rome.
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      Travel Blogs from Tivoli

      So close to Rome, but so surprising (8900km)

      A travel blog entry by cflove on Jun 26, 2014

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      ... set off for Tivoli, not so far and due east of Rome. Close to Tivoli we called in at Villa Adriana, the villa of Hadrian. It was huge, apparently in its day the same size as the centre of Rome. The buildings are now in poor shape, however, and we came away a little underwhelmed compared to some of the sites we have seen on our trip. Turkey was better!

      A final short drive and we got to our very nice B&B on the edge of Tivoli. We met an English couple who ...

      Tivoli and Villa d'Este

      A travel blog entry by kimrobbie on Jun 04, 2014

      24 photos

      ... has an incredible garden where water is the main focus. The villa sits on the top of a steep slope which has been terraced and filled with fountains, statues, grottoes and niches that are connected by a series of ramps and staircases. We loved our visit there, as we met a lovely couple from South Australia who had just visited Naples and could share similar hairy driving stories and the fountains were ...

      Gawking at the Gardens of Tivoli

      A travel blog entry by dmatten on Apr 12, 2014

      ... number of stairs that continued to confront us but he was able to power through. Since we bought the gum he hasn't had a single cigarette, which I find really impressive and admirable. I doubt that I would be able to do what he's doing. When we finished the hike we arrived at the Temple of Vesta, which was the round building with columns that we'd seen throughout the hike. We weren't allowed inside so we continued toward Villa D'este. We passed a church on ...

      Day 45: Mass at St. Peter's Basillica

      A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Dec 01, 2013

      4 comments, 24 photos

      ... surrounding it but it was still impressive to look at. It was almost surreal to see it in person because I remember sitting in various classes throughout school just looking at a picture of it. We stood just taking it in for a few minutes and then circled the outside. Even though we chose not to enter it, I think we were still able to appreciate just how amazing it was and still is. John even told me a fun fact. The Roman's would somehow flood ...

      Vatican City

      A travel blog entry by thisgreatworld on Jun 18, 2013

      75 photos

      ... they are mosaic all created with painstaking details.

      Vatican Museum:

      The Vatican Museums, all thirteen of them, are among the greatest and richest museums in the world. They contains one of largest art collections, with over nine miles of pieces, which could wrap four and half times around the Vatican walls. Its 1400 rooms, chapels, and galleries constitute former wings of the Vatican Palace. Pope Julius II founded the museums more than 500 years ago ...