Tivoli and its fantastic villas

Type of tour

private tour


6 h




Not included



Do not miss the opportunity to visit Tivoli, an ideal destination for a day trip, about 25 km from Rome. With its beautiful Villa Adriana and Villa D’Este, offers two masterpieces of classical and Renaissance art


An adult is considered a participant aged between 15 and 100 years, a child is considered a participant aged between 6 and 14 years and an infant is considered a participant aged between 0 and 5 years.

Infants are entitled to the tour free of charge, however, it will be necessary to communicate the exact number of participating infants when booking the tour.

Adults (15-100 years-old)

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

Kids (6-14 years-old)

no kids, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8


START TOUR Your choice (Not available on Mondays)
 INCLUDING Pick up e drop off in private air-conditioned car with driver

Certified professional guide


TIPS AND USEFUL INFORMATION Wear comfortable shoes and don’t forget your camera!

While walking around Tivoli or during one of our tours, always bring a scarf to cover your shoulders in case you enter a church (each church has different opening hours). Of course, to enter the church you are always required to have your shoulders and knees covered.



If you are wondering why choose Rome Magic Tour for your holiday in Italy, here are some good reasons:

Our tours, with attention to detail, are an opportunity for a stimulating and fun walk. Participate … and you’ll want to do more!

Tour suitable for children: our highly qualified guides will capture the interest of children, who will learn about history and art while having fun.

Perfect for school trips! At the end of the tour, the kids are always enthusiastic about our guides.


     Appointment at your hotel

A professional driver with luxury cars will pick you up at your hotel and drive you directly to Tivoli.

    Villa Adriana

Built by the Emperor Hadrian is the largest and most famous of the villas located in the surroundings of Rome. Visitors will be captivated by its charm and richness, told by palaces, spas, nymphaea, pavilions, connected by a network of underground corridors, as well as gardens with canals and ponds.

     Villa d’Este

Made in 1550 by Cardinal Ippolito II d’Este. This villa is famous for its artistic wonders and, in particular, for the numerous water games that transport the visitor to a palace of yesteryear.

Together with art and landscape, the ingenious feeding system of the many fountains, which uses the natural pressure of water without the need for mechanical devices, arouses amazement.