Rome is an epitome of monumental architecture and home to a plethora of fantastic opulence which is why it ranks highly among many tourists’ travel itineraries. Nonetheless, while many travels are for the common and obvious attractions such as the Colosseum, the Vatican Museums, and the Sistine Chapel, there are numerous mesmerizing attractions just slightly aware from the mainstream and the gardens of Villa d’ Este in Tivoli is one such attraction.
It is a masterpiece representation of impeccable Italian landscaping besides being an exemplary example of Renaissance culture at its apex. Now a UNESCO branded World Heritage spot, this garden is responsible for its profound influence on general garden design across Europe, projecting a baroque and mannerist style courtesy of its intricate layout, a concentration of grottoes and fountain and architectural components. Every turn presents you with sublime sights with the garden not only excusing a romantic splendor, but a rich history just identical to typical Roman life.
This is the ideal way to escape the scorching summer sun and never-ending chaos of the Italian city and should, therefore, be on your Rome Tour Bucket List.