Reservations must be made at least 5 days before the date scheduled for the visit.
Groups can consist of up to a maximum of 30 persons per visit.
The admission ticket is issued in the name of the purchaser and is restricted to a given date and time. Latecomers will be denied entry to the Estate.
It is not possible to change the name, date and time on the admission ticket and tickets are non-refundable.
The scheduled visit could be cancelled due to institutional activities of the President of the Republic, specific functional and organizational needs of the Secretariat-General of the Office of the President of the Republic, in addition to the need to maintain and conserve the Estate’s flora and fauna. In this case, scheduled visitors will be given a different date and time for the visit or obtain a refund.
Visitors will be accompanied by volunteer personnel and university interns. To this end, agreements have been entered into with the Italian Touring Club, Legambiente, LIPU (Lega Italiana Protezione Uccelli), WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) and with the University of Rome "La Sapienza", Rome’s “Tor Vergata” University, the Roma Tre University and the Tuscia University.
Admission to the Estate will not be allowed to private vehicles. Visitors, carrying their admission tickets and a valid ID, will have to show up at the time scheduled for the tour at the Erminio Macario Parking Lot, at street number 60 (the shuttle terminus), or at the gate of the Estate on Via Cristoforo Colombo No. 1671, at the crossing with Via di Malafede (pedestrian entrance, with no availability of parking in adjacent areas). Admission to the Estate will be denied in case the name of the person indicated at booking does not correspond to the identification data on the ID.
In case of bad weather conditions, the Secretariat-General reserves the right to modify the archaeological and nature routes. Should the trails not be walkable, the routes will be replaced with a historical and artistic tour, but with no changes to the scheduled visit to the archaeological and nature museums.
The tour costs 10 euros, inclusive of the mandatory € 1.50 booking charge.
FREE ADMISSION: free admission will be granted to people under 18; teachers and students participating in tours organised by their schools; people with disabilities and to the accompanying family member or escort; University teachers and students carrying a University card showing the registration status for the current academic year from the following faculties: Architecture, Cultural Heritage Conservation, Educational Sciences, Letters and Philosophy, limitedly to Letters or Literature curricula with a major in Archaeology or Art History, Biology, Natural Sciences, Forest and Environmental Sciences, Land Resources and Environmental Sciences, Zootechnical Sciences, Forest Conservation and Restoration and Soil Protection; teachers and students of Fine Arts Academies carrying a card showing the registration status for the current academic year.
The booking fee is mandatory and also applies to free admissions. It does not apply only to teachers and students participating in school tours.
DISCOUNTS: apply to visitors between 18 and 25 years of age and to people over 65. The admission price for teachers of public schools is of 5 euros, inclusive of the mandatory € 1.50 booking charge.
By credit card if you purchase your tickets online. By credit or debit card or in cash if you purchase your tickets at the INFOPOINT.
From 28 September to 17 November 2018. Tours start: 9:15 - 10:15 a.m. (information on the itinerary).
From 28 September to 17 November 2018. Tour starts: 9:00 a.m. (information on the itinerary).
From 29 September to 16 November 2018. Tour starts: 9:00 a.m. (information on the itinerary).
From 28 September to 17 November 2018. Tour starts: 9:30 a.m. (information on the itinerary).