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Villa di Livia, Rome
(4/5 based on a few reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Given that we were the only visitors in a scintillating day settembrina romana, one wonders then what features should have an Italian archaeological site to be exploited and offered to a global audience of visitors interested in history of Rome ... The place, in fact poorly marked and even little protected, is absolutely notable, the floors of the rooms of Livia and Augustus we speak for a remote age and convey emotions belle, precious feelings as this lonely place and lost than traditional Roman itineraries. Don't give up!
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  • Great place but hard to find. We took advantage of another notifier directions. When we got to the gate was closed. Pressed the doorbell and was let into the service door closed after us.. So it is true, as others write that they probably do not want visits.
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  • I live ten kilometers away from the site of extraordinary interest, for thirty years I walk the via Flaminia to go to work but I had never visited the site simply because I did not know of its existence. When I found out I decided to visit: find the entrance gate is an adventure, not a road sign indicating the site! Once you realize you are in a real place, great history, a point of great interest to those who care about the origins of our country. You will find a friendly and helpful officer who gives verbal directions but not a brochure, a sheet that you orient a map in black and white, NOTHING! The visit takes place reading here and there two lines that tell you that there was the entrance, the tepidarium, right onto refrigidarium ... .... You have to play of imagination and imagine the extraordinary story that there was behind the few frescoes were also very refined mosaics on the walls, the few that can find out alone. The mirror of our country: in the United States or in the UK or France would build a city with museums, restaurants, teaching rooms around a similar heritage. At Prima Porta, within the site there is not even a mineral water distribution machine! How sad Minister Feng!!! Please do something to enhance this heritage.
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  • Site very well maintained and of great interest, in addition to exceptional historical relevance: Although most valuable pieces are kept in various museums of Rome, several frescoes and mosaics remain on site and is very easy to understand the plan of the building. Boardwalks and explanatory panels facilitate the visit. Very friendly staff. Lacking directions to the villa, whose access is through a public park.
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  • The remains of the villa are located in a large park, you will find few tourists and admission is free. Absolutely recommended!
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  • An archaeological gem that should be advertised more, little known in the tourist circuit, but believe me it is really worth a visit and you will be amazed. In these days were brought to light other excavations of the villa. It will be a pleasure to hear from talented archaeologist accompanying the visit the stories of legends and descriptions of the villa of Livia, the wife of Emperor Augustus. Fabulous villa room frescoes and mosaics of the pools. It is located at Prima Porta on the via Flaminia. To visit!
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  • Archaeological site near the cemetery. Unfortunately the best thing about villa frescoes are not visible on site because it transferred to the museo nazionale romano.
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  • Little noticed but the story starts from here
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