Hadrian's Villa is an excellent example of archeological site of the second century AD. It's UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In Hadrian's times it was big and significant place that covered not less than 1 square kilometers and had more that 30 buildings. It's really unique as it has traces of Greek and Egyptian architecture.
Now it's quiet place where you can feel the history and imagine passed times.
I would recommend to visit it with guided excursion. We were really lucky as our guide was great one. He told us basic facts + some interesting fact about emperor Hadrian and life of those days. He also gave a free time near each site to realize what and how it was. I think it's the best format of visiting the Villa.
It's surely worth to visit !!
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