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Rome and the surrounding area

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    Rome’s surrounding area is as magnificent as the city itself. Our Concierge would be delighted to suggest the most interesting itineraries and organise the very best chauffeured car service for you.

    Or perhaps you would prefer to rent a Ferrari and drive yourself out to beautiful sights such as the Castelli Romani, Tivoli or Hadrian’s Villa?

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Rome and the surrounding area

Rome’s surrounding area is as magnificent as the city itself. Our Concierge would be delighted to suggest the most interesting itineraries and organise the very best chauffeured car service for you.

Or perhaps you would prefer to rent a Ferrari and drive yourself out to beautiful sights such as the Castelli Romani, Tivoli or Hadrian’s Villa?

Roman Castles

Lying in the famous Alban Hills are 13 picturesque towns that have been tourist destinations since the Roman Empire. You won't want to miss Frascati, dominated by the 16th-century Villa Aldobrandini, or Grottaferrata, where you can visit the Abbazia Greca di San Nilo, founded in 1004 by monks from Byzantine Calabria.

Then there's Castel Gandolfo, the Pope’s summer retreat, and Nemi, where a must-see is the Roman Ship Museum, built in the 1930s to display the Roman ships discovered at the bottom of Lake Nemi.

Hadrian’s Villa

Hadrian’s Villa, about 25 km (15 miles) from Rome, is one of the most spectacular imperial palaces and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  Built by Emperor Hadrian between 126 and 138 AD over an area of 120 hectares (297 acres), the villa is a masterpiece showcasing the finest ancient Mediterranean architecture and sculpture.

The villa reproduces the places and buildings that most impressed the Emperor on his travels, such as the Lyceum and the Platonic Academy in Athens, the Canopus Canal on the Nile Delta and the Vale of Tempe in Thessaly.

Tivoli

If you are planning to visit Hadrian’s Villa, you should also visit beautiful Tivoli, just 25 km (15 miles) away from Rome, and the enchanting Villa d’Este, built in 1550 by Cardinal Ippolito d’Este.

The villa is famous for its artistic treasures and the jeux d’eau of its magnificent fountains.

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