Parco Villa Gregoriana, Tivoli

4.6
#2 of 118 in Parks in Province of Rome
The avenues and abundant gardens of Parco Villa Gregoriana seem to grow wild around the villa. However, the area wasn't nature's idea. It was commissioned as a park in 1826 by Pope Gregory XVI. It fell into ruin in the late 20th century, but reopened to much fanfare in 2005. The river forms two waterfalls that flow through the thick greenery. Walk through the woodlands of the villa and follow the paths through the caves of Neptune and the Sirens. These open up into gorges with cascades on your way to the park's highlight: the Great Waterfall. To visit Parco Villa Gregoriana and get the most from your holiday in Tivoli, create itinerary details personal to you using our Tivoli trip maker site .
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  • a beautiful excursion to see the remains of the ancient Roman villa, the panorama of the caves and the various jumps that makes the aniene river make unique the visit of the landscape point of view. from a specific point -i you can admire the large waterfall of tivoli. A little, tiring ascent
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  • reach the center of tivoli. before the restricted traffic zone you will find on the left a paid parking (low cost). parked and then in front you will find the entrance to the villa. here unfortunately there is no ticket for all the villas. however they explained well the path and the history of the formation of the villa. interesting. next to the entrance of the villa you can eat well at cheap buffet lunch. walking from the center you reach villa d'este.
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  • Amazing! Cost around €8 to enter. The walk down is 82m, zigzagging back and forth. The walk and the scenery are so beautiful. The view from the lookout cut into the rock was awesome! The walk takes appx 2-3hours depending on how long you want to spend at each view point.
  • The views are astonishing. Unfortunately, some paths to the waterfalls were inaccessible on the day of our visit, and we weren't told about this inconvenience. Moreover, the staff at ticket booth assured us that all viewpoints are open.
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