Choose your Tour
Just a few kilometers and within easy reach of Rome, we have splendid villas, enchanting villages and extraordinary landscapes, preserved in poetry by the romantic travelers of the past. It’s worth visiting them all, but that would take months! We suggest you start with a 3-hour tour of Ostia Antica, or a 6-hour tour of Tivoli. If you like grandeur, and want to visit castles and villas surrounded by beautiful historic gardens, Etruscan archaeological sites, or delightful Renaissance fortresses, just ask our service Plus.
Tour Ostia Antica
Ostia Antica was the ancient port of Rome – a lively city and trading hub with a theater, forum,spas, temples, market and shops, buildings, houses and villas. Time here now stands still. Among the scent of the sea and the maritime pines, it’s possible to recall the daily life of two thousand years ago, walking among romantic ruins.
Take the time to spend a day outside Rome and visit Villa Adriana and Villa d’Este
Tour Villa Adriana
The villa of Emperor Hadrian extends over 120 hectares. I’ll guide you through this splendid panorama of nature, the avenues lined with pavilions, swimming pools, spas, theatres, palaces for the prince and accommodations for a thousand people at the service of power. Nothing better encapsulates the image of Rome at the peak of its power, and as the undisputed capital of an empire that spanned three continents, than this villa.
Tour Villa d’Este
Created five hundred years ago, and costing a colossal fortune, the gardens of Villa d’Este were created by the son of Lucrezia Borgia, Cardinal Ippolito d’Este. I’ll guide you through the waterfalls and avenues of fragrant flowers, the charm of the Italian garden adding to that of the villa, where landscape-themed frescoes by talented painters adorn the walls.