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Parco Villa Gregoriana, Tivoli

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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. Plan your visit to Parco Villa Gregoriana and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Tivoli tour planner.
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  • walk in a very impressive site and little known, in the monte Catillo from where you can admire one of the most beautiful sunsets of Italy, chilling with the powder of water that comes from the second highest in Europe, through trails interspersed by remains of the old villa, waterfalls and plants maintained by DOING that since 2005 has reclassified the entire area up to the temples of Vesta (dedicated to the Tiburtine Sibyl) and Tiburno dating from the second century BC. Then shoes and desire to explore with the whole family and even dogs on a leash. a bottle of water and a sandwich ... to do absolutely.
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  • Highly recommended for a walk in this villa! Is great and the location is driven though Board shoes (very) for going to a time not too near to closing; because the ride is made of ups and downs and is very "natural", which makes it wonderful but also a bit steep! There is still a chance to stop and sit on comfortable benches and enjoy the beautiful view! I recommend going with the intention of enjoying a half-day in the middle of nature.
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  • The tour of this villa requires effort and physical effort (there are so many ups and downs), so unfortunately it's not a trip for everyone. It's a beautiful place and suitable for nature lovers and photography. The best season to go there it's definitely spring, so you avoid the hot sun.
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