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Tivoli

Residence Palma: your apartment for stays near Rome

 

Palma Residence is a recently-renovated modern structure located in the province of Rome in Guidonia Montecello. With its four 2- and 3-bedroom villas with living room and kitchenette equipped with oven and dishwasher, it is the ideal solution for both those looking for good-value residences near Rome and for those seeking luxury suites near Rome.

The apartments for stays near Rome offered by Palma Residence will win you over thanks to the great comforts offered to guests. Each property has a separate entrance and comes with a TV, heating and air-conditioning, free Wi-Fi, private parking, as well as bedlinens and towels.

These inexpensive yet luxurious residences offer guests all the comforts of home with the conveniences of a hotel. So let’s look at why you should choose these apartments for stays near Rome, as the ideal solution for reaching Tivoli, located just 30 minutes from the residence.

What to see in Tivoli

The ideal destination for a day trip out of town: with Villa Adriana and Villa d’Este, Tivoli is a spectacular and fascinating place included amongst the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, a masterpiece of classical and Renaissance art.

Half an hour from our luxurious and economic residence near Rome, Tivoli can be reached along the Via Tiburtina, captivating tourists who love art and beauty.

Tivoli, an Italian city near Rome, is renowned for its historic villas and enchanting gardens. Some places not to be missed include:

Getting lost along the narrow streets of the historic centre of Tivoli is a fascinating experience, with its squares, picturesque alleys and welcoming cafés.

A brief history of Tivoli

Known as “Tibur” in ancient Rome, Tivoli was inhabited by the Sabines before the Romans arrived. It was renowned for its thermal waters and natural beauty, attracting the interest of the wealthy Romans who built villas and residences there.

During the Roman period, Tivoli became a holiday destination for the elite. Hadrian’s Villa, commissioned by Emperor Hadrian in the second century AD, is one of the most important sites of this era, representing an extraordinary example of architecture and design.

In the Middle Ages, Tivoli underwent several dominations, including under the Lombards and the Byzantines. During the Renaissance, many of its villas and gardens were restored and enlarged.

Over the following centuries, Tivoli continued to be appreciated for its gardens and architectural works, attracting visitors from all over the world. During the modern and contemporary period, it has maintained its reputation as a place of historical, cultural and landscape interest.

Today, Tivoli is a popular tourist destination thanks to its villas, Renaissance gardens and archaeological sites that serve as a window onto the region’s rich history.

Choose to discover Tivoli by staying in our residence near Rome, being comfortable, well-priced and equipped with all the PALMA Residence comforts.