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The Antica Torre B&B is located in a medieval building, which is in the heart of the town and just a few steps from Villa d’Este and Villa Gregoriana. Just five minutes' walk from the parking area, and 300 m from the train station and the bus stops for Villa Adriana and Rome, it's in the pedestrian zone with all kinds of shops at hand, as well as pubs and restaurants where you can spend your evenings. The B&B is family run, making it cozy, unique and simple. Your stay will be perfect thanks to our hospitality and attention to detail.

The Antica Torre B&B
extends a warm welcome to all its guests, offering rooms with private bathroom, independent access, fridge, kettle for your coffees or teas, luggage storage, wi-fi internet, 24hr entry, tourist guides and maps of the city. A sumptuous breakfast and daily cleaning are included.

The art city of Tivoli

The ancient Tibur was established on the left bank of the Aniene river in 1215 BC, earlier than the nearby Rome. Various populations (the Sabines and the Latins) crossed paths there,and Virgil named it Tibur Superbum (Aeneid, VII book). Its ancient history, its charming villas and beautiful monuments make Tivoli one of the most beautiful and ofetn visited historical and artistic cities in our country, recognised as a Unesco world heritage site.

Tivoli: monumenti e siti di interesse culturale
Tivoli: monuments and cultural sites

Tivoli has always been visited by emperors and important people such as artists, painters and intellectuals. This past has made Tivoli one of the richest and most beautiful cities from an historical and artistic point of view. While exploring the town, you are bewitched by its corners, its colors and architecture which makes the historical centre a labyrinth of alleys and ancient buildings in which getting lost becomes a real pleasure. There are plenty of sites and famous villas you can visit: Villa Adriana, Villa D'este and Villa Gregoriana, as well as the temples of Vesta and Hercules, the Bleso amphitheatre, under Pia fortress. Other interesting monuments in the historical city centre are churches dating back to different eras, such as the romanesque Santa Maria Maggiore (11th Century) and San Silvestro, San Pietro e Santo Stefano (11th – 13th Centuries); buildings and palaces built during the renaissance or restored by Ippolito d’Este II (appointed as governor of Tivoli in 1550), like San Lorenzo’s Cathedral (5th Century).

Tivoli and hiking
The city of Tivoli stands at the foot of the Mount Catillo natural reserve, an area of natural interest and a point of departure for many hiking trails. Mount Catillo connects to the Lucretili mountains and offers views of surrounding villages as Castel Madama, San Polo and Tivoli itself from a higher perspective: it’s actually possible to delight in views of the plain leading all the way to Rome. The area is very interesting at a geological and naturalistic level; along the way you can see the ancient cork oaks and a vallonea (a hybrid between the types of oaks) and also the remains of old constructions like aqueducts and cisterns


S. Maria MAggiore
C attedrale di San Lorenzo
S. Pietro alla Carità
S Silvestro
S. Biagio
S. Andrea
Convento di S. Antonio
S. Anna
Chiesa di S. Giorgio
S. Antonio Abate
Madonna della Fiducia
Chiesa ed ex Convento di S.Pastore
Santuario di Quintilio

Bed And Breakfast Antica Torre Piazza delle Erbe 13 00019 Tivoli Roma Cell. 347 3953822 | info@bbanticatorre.it

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