TIVOLI: STILL ROME’S GREAT ESCAPE AFTER 2,000 YEARS by Rick Stevens

When I’m in Rome, I like to travel about 18 miles east to the hill town of Tivoli, a popular retreat since ancient times. Today it’s famous for two very different villas: Hadrian’s Villa, a Roman emperor’s countryside getaway, and Villa d’Este, the lush and watery 16th-century residence of a Catholic cardinal

 

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