A farmhouse completely immersed in the greenery developed on over 700 square meters: the Anio Novus is one of the most requested places in Tivoli for a wedding ceremony. A synthesis between the magnificence of Ancient Rome and contemporary design that stands in an enviable position, a few steps from the heart of Tivoli and places like Villa Adriana, Villa d’Este, Villa Gregoriana, the aqueducts of the agro Tiburtino.
The house can accommodate up to 250 guests and is equipped with a large outdoor stone square where more than 1000 guests can be accommodated. On the ground floor there is a large room with double access on the two opposite sides of the farmhouse; on the first floor there are three other rooms that can be used independently or as a single room to accommodate another 150 guests.
The park of the farmhouse
Historical architectures combined with an exclusive and fresh design for a combination that surprises the guest. The park of the Anio Novus farm of Tivoli extends over 5 hectares that vary from a wide oak forest to the south; with large lawns and ancient olive groves. In the middle of the Park, an ancient Roman fountain was discovered in the past.
A rich biodiversity for an uncontaminated nature that enhances the beauty features of the farmhouse. Anio Novus is a company currently used as a farmhouse for events and ceremonies, but which has an important historical baggage to carry around.
For a wedding in Tivoli
A faithful expression of the high value that the ancient Romans reached in construction and hydraulic engineering; the Roman antiquities stimulated painters and scholars from all over the world including Thomas Ashby. This is a place which can be considered for a wedding ceremony in Tivoli.
For the couple is available a suite overlooking the ancient aqueduct and equipped with every comfort. All this confirms the alternation between antiquity and modern, as evidenced by the many remains of the Roman era dating back to a period between 38 and 52 AD. All of this is available inside the Casale Anio Novus in Tivoli.