Park Hotel Imperatore Adriano

Via Giuseppe Garibaldi, 167, Tivoli, Lazio, 00019, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tivoli

Villa Adriana

A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Jul 05, 2014

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Off to Tivoli for the W/E. Going to see the CIRCA production "Beyond" at the Villa Adriana as part of the Festival Internazionale di Villa Aadriana. Mel's friend Terri is the technical director and has promised us tickets for the show.

Arrived at the hotel I thought I'd booked. Not so. Not good. Even with the hotel name and street address, TT couldn't find the hotel I had booked. Rang the hotel and managed to get directions. ...

Tivoli - Day 2

A travel blog entry by fromcathyp on Apr 30, 2014

6 comments, 44 photos

... was all going well for the Roman Empire. Hadrian, a Roman Emperor during the 2nd and 3rd decades of this century developed this property outside of Rome as a retreat. It must have been more like a small city, as it absolutely huge, over 1 square kilometre! Complete luxury and splendour of the Roman empire of the time.

There is a mix of Greek and Egyptian in the buildings. Hadrian wrote his biography and described the ...

Day trip to Tivoli -Day 26

A travel blog entry by kerrycrosbie on Sep 10, 2013

9 photos

... the course of the River Aniene to avoid severe flooding of the city - in so doing, the most amazing waterfalls were created. It was quite a physically challenge walking up and down the rocky steps to explore the valley and waterfalls, but the scenery was worth it. We had been walking all day and my feet were killing me (I stupidly was wearing thongs because my sandals were still wet from being washed) so we opted to not walk the 5 kms to visit Villa Adriana next (and ...

Tivoli... Our Last Day

A travel blog entry by abbe.mary.feav on Oct 14, 2012

20 photos

... part was the gardens! There were fountains and waterfalls everywhere! They used water aqueducts and trapped pressure underneath the surface to get all these fountains to work back then. It was amazing to think they had engineering like this so long ago. We walked through the gardens for quite some time taking lots of pictures. There were also pools of water with fish swimming and they were lined with lemon and lime trees. There were several caves as ...

Sightseeing in Rome

A travel blog entry by katem74 on Sep 23, 2012

... the Forum, the Roman Baths, Trevii Fountain, the Spanish Steps, the Circus Maximus, the Pantheon and quite a few other not so well known sights. Claudia,our guide, booked us into a local restaurant, down a little lane way, off the tourist streets. The food, once again, was superb and Phil had chosen a nice bottle of red to accompany it. I have had a bit of sore throat and blocked ears for days. Yesterday my voice started to go and the head had gotten progressively more blocked. ...


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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