Near Rome

Travel from Rome to Tivoli, Castelli Romani or Ostia Antica. A prestigious vacation spot in the days of Ancient Rome, the cities are now famous for their own UNESCO World Heritage Sites.



Your first stop in Tivoli is at Villa d’Este. Explore the former Benedictine convent, and see why many consider the villa to be one of the finest of the Renaissance era. As you explore, hear how Villa d’Este was built as an opulent abode for the son of Lucretia Borgia, a 15th-century duchess who attracted drama and gossip wherever she went. Make your way past the Fountain of Neptune, and wander through the gardens to see waterfalls, fountains and centenary trees. Enjoy lunch, and then continue to Hadrian’s Villa for a walking tour.

The villa belonged to Emperor Hadrian who desired an unassuming vacation home as a tribute to his lover. By modern standards, his ‘humble abode’ could be considered a town in its own right.

1/3 pax transfer 60€ + 25€/h availability
4/8 pax transfer 60€ + 30/h availability

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4/8 pax transfer 60€ + 30/h availability

Ostia Antica

Ostia Antica is close to the modern suburb of Ostia, that was the location of the harbour city of ancient Rome. Situated amongst cypress and Mediterranean pine trees, the ruins of the port of ancient Rome reveal more than any other monument in the capital, what everyday life must have been like in ancient times.

Your can visit to Ostia Antica starts at Via delle Tombe which leads to the Porta Romana, one of the city’s three gates. This is the beginning of the Decumanus Maximus, the main thoroughfare that crosses the city from north east to south west.

1/3 pax transfer 40€ + 25€/h availability
4/8 pax transfer 50€ + 30€/h availability

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