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


    A travel blog entry by corrica on Oct 23, 2014

    10 photos

    ... the buildings reflect a mix of Greek and traditional Roman with a street system of underground walkways.

    The wall of the main courtyard complex still stands and was the largest we had seen. As ever, a large amount of space had been devoted to leisure with bath houses, theatres, gardens, ponds and grottos. Sadly the Maritime Theatre (used to stage mock sea battles) was closed, but you could peak through and get a glimpse of ...

    Roaming Out of Town to Tivoli!

    A travel blog entry by fromcathyp on Apr 29, 2014

    6 comments, 37 photos

    ... 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 ...


    A travel blog entry by wanderlustbree on Mar 22, 2014

    5 photos

    ... and the third and final was in belief that you would find ones true love.

    Our Third and final stop was the popular city of VENICE. This city was originally built on wooden stilts as an escape mechanism from the barbarians, and over time became a popular carless and busless attraction. With only one road in and out of venice, the main transportaion for its occupants is on sea. Today the city has unever ground and ...

    Day 46: Hadrian was a pimp

    A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Dec 02, 2013

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... the water in every direction were ruins or parts of ruins. We saw the "building of 100 rooms", thermal rooms that must have had 30 foot dome ceilings, and various temples scattered among the hospital, library and other ruins that must have buildings.

    It is hard to describe exactly what we saw. Everything just screamed lavish and over the top. The walls of each building were about two feet thick and the tile mosaic work on the floors was so ...

    When in Rome..

    A travel blog entry by amybulger on Aug 18, 2013

    Arriving in Rome, I became a bit sceptical that I was actually going to enjoy the city. The in-your-face poverty was a little bit hard to handle after the 9 hour train journey I had just taken. After a few wobbly moments, I managed to pull myself together, go up to the roof terrace and made some friends. The next day I got up and went on the free walking tour around the main sites. The guide was a true Roman and was obviously ...