Recent Searches
Clear
Villa of the Quintilii (Villa dei Quintili)
Villa of the Quintilii (Villa dei Quintili)

Villa of the Quintilii (Villa dei Quintili) Tours and Activities

star-4.5
107 Reviews

Once the largest and grandest of Rome’s private residences, the ancient ruins of the Villa of the Quintilii (Villa dei Quintili) are still an impressive sight today. Located along the legendary Appian Way (Via Appia), the lavish villa includes two impressive entrances, intact mosaic tiles and marble floors, and the remains of its private luxury baths, dating back to 151 AD.

Tour the ruins on a half-day trip from Rome to admire the rooms and artifacts on display, or cycle along the ancient Appian Way to visit the ruins and other ancient landmarks, like the Caracalla Baths and the Mausoleum of Caecilia Metella.

Learn more
Tues–Sun: 9am–4:30pm
Via Appia Nuova, 1092, Rome
When are you traveling?
Select Dates
Popular
Search experiences that may have limited interaction with crowds.
Search experiences with increased health and safety practices.
Search tours and activities you can do from home.

You are viewing Virtual Experiences in Rome. See more Virtual Experiences around the globe. 🌎

Price
$0
$500+
Duration
Time of Day
RatingClear
Specials

8 results

Sort by: Featured

E-Bike Tour to Rome Ancient Appian Way

E-Bike Tour to Rome Ancient Appian Way

star-5
80
Escape the bustle of the capital on this family-friendly cycling journey along the ancient Appian Way, one of Rome’s very first paved roads. Hop on an electric-powered bicycle, giving your legs a break from pedaling as you follow in the footsteps of ancient Romans. You’ll pass ornate mansions, centuries-old statues and tombs, catacombs, and an aqueduct from antiquity.
More
  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
From
$62.80
Price varies by group size
From
$62.80
Price varies by group size
Taking safety measures

Appian Way Vespa Rome Tour

Appian Way Vespa Rome Tour

star-5
14
Explore Italy's capital city by Vespa along the great Apian Way, one of the most important roads of ancient Rome. Rev up your engine for this exciting tour, which leads you past early roman tombs and Christian catacombs, churches such as Domini Quo Vadis and the Circus of Maxentius, an exquisitely preserved Roman circus built between AD 306 and 312. Get out of the city center to experience the local countryside, learning about local sights and attractions from your expert guide as you go.
More
  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
From
$223.93
From
$223.93

Ancient Appian Way PRIVATE e-bike Tour

Ancient Appian Way PRIVATE e-bike Tour

star-5
12
Escape the bustle of the capital and explore leafy, lesser-known attractions surrounding Rome on this half-day tour of the Ancient Appian Way on an electric-powered bicycle. Get a first-hand peek at the Eternal City’s ancient aqueducts, and enjoy a mix of history, nature, and art. Tours include a lunch stop at a traditional trattoria, at your own expense.
More
  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
From
$130.33
Price varies by group size
From
$130.33
Price varies by group size
Taking safety measures

The Ancient Appian Way & Catacombs by bicycle

The Ancient Appian Way & Catacombs by bicycle

star-3
1
Take a break from city crowds on an eco-friendly bike tour through Appian Way, one of the oldest and most important roads in ancient Rome. Going with a guide ensures you never get lost, and see landmarks along the way that visitors often miss.
More
  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
From
$77.01
From
$77.01
Taking safety measures

Appian Way Bykes and No People - Francesco Apice Your Guide In Rome

Appian Way Bykes and No People - Francesco Apice Your Guide In Rome

Biking on the Appian Way means relax. This road where no cars are allowed - except for the few inhabitants of the farms and luxury resorts around - runs in the middle of the countryside within a beautiful scenario of fields, ancient ruins, tall pine trees, and silence. Great for children and for all the family, this is the right way to recover after days of touring in Rome. On the way, there will be occasions to rest, visit sites (Catacombs, Villa dei Quintili, Cecilia Metella, Villa di Massenzio, Roman Aqueducts, Ninfeo Egeria) and to eat/drink a quick lunch. What's included The tour focus on Relax and Archeology. All our tours are in English. Additional languages can be provided on request. The tour can lasts 3 to 4 hrs, biking and stopping on the itinerary. Electric or Mtb bikes can be provided: Prices may vary.
More
  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
From
$234.68
Price varies by group size
From
$234.68
Price varies by group size

Roman Ancient Aqueducts, Villa of Quintili and Castelli Romani Private Tour

Roman Ancient Aqueducts, Villa of Quintili and Castelli Romani Private Tour

This tour is an opportunity to leave the metropolis and immerse yourself in the natural and artistic beauty of Rome.The Roman aqueducts stand today, more than two thousand years later, as a testament to the engineering genius of the ancient Romans. These massive structures not only boggle the human mind as to how they were constructed but their function and reliability are still a modern marvel. In fact, some aqueducts remain operational to this day. Walking through the modern city of Rome one will come across these monumental arched structures that often cross streets and avenues. Just outside the city, between Via Appia Antica and Via Appia Nuova, lies the Villa dei Quintili which offers its visitors the possibility of an outdoor walk through the remains of this magnificent Roman villa. In the area surrounding the Villa have been found finds of great historical value, the same building that was originally built around a large square, is one of the jewels of Via Appia.
More
  • 8 to 9 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
From
$793.84
Price varies by group size
From
$793.84
Price varies by group size
Taking safety measures

Roman Ancient Aqueducts and Villa of Quintili Private Tour from Rome

Roman Ancient Aqueducts and Villa of Quintili Private Tour from Rome

The Roman aqueducts stand today, more than two thousand years later, as a testament to the engineering genius of the ancient Romans. These massive structures not only boggle the human mind as to how they were constructed but their function and reliability are still a modern marvel. In fact, some aqueducts remain operational to this day. Walking through the modern city of Rome one will come across these monumental arched structures that often cross streets and avenues. Just outside the city, between Via Appia Antica and Via Appia Nuova, lies the Villa dei Quintili which offers its visitors the possibility of an outdoor walk through the remains of this magnificent Roman villa. In the area surrounding the Villa have been found finds of great historical value, the same building that was originally built around a large square, is one of the jewels of Via Appia
More
  • 4 to 5 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
From
$604.27
Price varies by group size
From
$604.27
Price varies by group size
Taking safety measures

Rome Underground and Appian Way - private tour

Rome Underground and Appian Way - private tour

Experience the ancient “freeway” that was the Appian Way, the starting point for Roman traders and warriors journeying to the far eastern reaches of the Empire. Dating from 312 BCE, it was flanked by mausoleums, such as Cecilia Metella tomb, and villas, like Villa dei Quintilii, many of them built by Rome's most wealthy and famous families. More than anything it is the unmissable Christian Catacombs, the burial grounds of the earliest Christians who were laid to rest after death deep below the earth in maze-like underground galleries. Today, when you visit these tombs, you witness a remarkable insight into the formative early Christian community and, with the help of your guide, get a sense of how Chirstianity was born and how it developed towards what it is today.
More
  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
From
$321.21
Price varies by group size
From
$321.21
Price varies by group size
Taking safety measures

Filters
Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
Q:
What are Villa of the Quintilii (Villa dei Quintili) hours of operation?
A:
Villa of the Quintilii (Villa dei Quintili) hours of operation: Tues–Sun: 9am–4:30pm. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
Q:
Should I book Villa of the Quintilii (Villa dei Quintili) tickets in advance?
A:
We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Villa of the Quintilii (Villa dei Quintili) can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
Q:
How much does it cost to visit Villa of the Quintilii (Villa dei Quintili) 2021?
A:
Currently, an entrance ticket to Villa of the Quintilii (Villa dei Quintili) costs USD 62.80. Guided Villa of the Quintilii (Villa dei Quintili) tours start around USD 62.80 per person.
Q:
What''s the best way to experience Villa of the Quintilii (Villa dei Quintili)?