Villa Gregoriana is located in Tivoli, just over 21 miles (34 km) east of Rome. From Tiburtina Station in Rome, catch the Roma-Pescara line train toward Tivoli/Pescara, or the Roma-Tivoli train, if departing from Termini Station. Both trains take less than an hour and leave regularly throughout the day. The park is a half-hour drive from Rome, but with traffic and locals at the wheel, you might want to consider taking a day trip with round trip transportation included.
Villa Gregoriana is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10am to 4pm during the months of October through December, and in March. It is open 10am to 6:30pm during the months of April through October. The park is closed mid-December through February. Adult admission costs €7, and admission for children ages 4-14 costs €3. Student tickets cost €4, and family tickets (2 adults & 2 children) cost €17.
The paths can be somewhat irregular in places, so bring good shoes and be prepared for the climbing required.
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