Hadrian’s Villa in name of Antinoo

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5 hours
Availability : Every week
Tivoli (Rome)
Min Age : 18+
Max People : 20
Tour Details

Hadrian’s Villa in name of Antinoo

This tour includes the visit of two of the most important villas in Tivoli: Villa d’Este and Villa Adriana. The first one, built in 1560, is included in the UNESCO world heritage list. With its impressive concentration of fountains, grottoes, plays of water, constitutes a much- copied model for European gardens.

Departure from your hotel in Rome to Tivoli (1 hour by car). And you will visit the two Villas. Villa Adriana was the home of the Emperor. It was a complex of over 30 buildings, and was the greatest Roman example of an Alexandrian garden, recreating a sacred landscape.

The story of Hadrianus is undoubtedly one of the most romantic gay stories of the ancient history. Adriano and Antinous were very close: Antinous was Hadrianus’ hunting companion and traveler partner, but not only. In fact, the love Hadrianus felt for the young Antinous was such that, after the untimely death of Antinous drowned in the Nile, he deified him and founded a cult by erecting monuments in his honor: Villa Adriana.

The wonderful Villa Adriana in Tivoli, near Rome is the Roman villa that Hadrianus had it built in memory of his beloved. Here you will see the significant structure “the Canopus” which was an evocation of the Nile River where you can find the town of Canopus. Built in memory of his visit to Egypt where Antinous passed away .

In 1998, the remains of what archaeologists claimed to be the monumental tomb of Antinous, or a temple to him, were discovered at the Villa: it was the symbol of the great love of Hadrianus for the young man.

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Departure & Return Location

Rome (Google Map)

Departure Time

departure between 8 and 9 am

Price Includes

  • 5 Hours Escorted Tour
  • Gay Friendly Tour Guide
  • Entrance Tickets

Price Excludes

  • Flight & Accomodation
  • Guide Service Fee
  • Any Private Expenses & Tips
  • Private Transfer Rome-Tivoli (on request)
What to Expect

Here you will find the Villa that the Roman Emperor Hadrian made for his lover Antinous, partner and beloved of the Emperor.

You will see two magnificent villas, Villa Adriana and Villa d’Este. The first one was built during the Roman Empire and it truly represents the history of the ancient Rome and how homosexuality was conceived as a part of  life.

Our Gay friendly guide will show you these two villas and will let you discover some more stories that are part of the Untold History.

  • Villa Adriana
  • Villa d'Este

Day 1Rome - Escorted Tour LGBT - Hadrian's Villa in name of Antinoo

A private transfer will pick you up at your hotel. On the arrival to Villa Adriana you will meet your gay friendly guide that will take you to discover the two Villas.

At the end, the private transfer will take you back to your hotel in Rome.

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