Park Hotel Imperatore Adriano

Address: Via Giuseppe Garibaldi, 167, Tivoli, Lazio, 00019, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Giuseppe Garibaldi, 167, Tivoli, is near Villa d'Este, Hadrian's Villa (Villa Adriana), Acquapiper, and Abbazia di San Benedetto.
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    Travel Blogs from Tivoli

    Historical Villas

    A travel blog entry by divansanten on Nov 05, 2014

    12 photos

    ... villa fell into disuse and was partially ruined.

    In the 16th century, much of the marble and statues in Hadrian's Villa removed to decorate the religious Villa d’Este located ...

    Villa Adriana

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Jul 05, 2014

    7 photos

    ... although it didn't help as such, at least we knew what to look for and the general direction we should be heading in. Perpetually "lost" but working it out, so were pleased to see that people with guide books and site books were also struggling......pointing at their books, pointing to the site, pointing to each other and waving their arms. The majority were just wandering, and probably missing a large part of the ruins, as the site ...

    Tivoli - Day 2

    A travel blog entry by fromcathyp on Apr 30, 2014

    6 comments, 44 photos

    ... s for the Cardinal d'Estre whose name it takes. They recycled bits of Villa Adriana for it as well. I guess they couldn't imagine that in centuries to come that tourists would pay good money to see a ruin! Thank goodness, Villa D'Estre is still in one piece and will remain so now, although it has had it's low points and was neglected by owners after Cardinal d'Estre's ownership until it was bought by the State!

    I took ...

    Villa Adriana (Hadrian's Villa) - Day 27

    A travel blog entry by kerrycrosbie on Sep 11, 2013

    11 photos

    ... had the most amazing marble colonnades, private pools, a four story high reception hall to welcome visitors, then rooms off the main hall which all were mosaiced and still in perfect order. In fact, there was evidence of mosaic everywhere. Every footpath, open gathering area, porticos, swimming areas, the huge hot baths, every room in every building, would all have had mosaic floors. The intricacy of the patterns that were ...

    Rome - Part 1

    A travel blog entry by katherinecle on May 09, 2013

    6 photos

    Getting into Rome from the Cittevechio the port that services Rome was easy. We rode from the ship (my goodness the panniers are loaded) to the train station, onto the train and into Rome in less than 2 hours. The next part - finding our apartment was definitely more challenging. I am sure that we circled the street several times before we finally found it. The apartment is in a neighbourhood close to the Vatican which is quite ...