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Rome City Pass > All Attractions > Villa dei Quintili

Villa dei Quintili

Free entry with the Rome City Pass!

Ruinen Villa dei Quintili Villa dei Quintili in Rome

The Villa dei Quintili was built around 150 A.D. and was once the largest residential building outside the city of Rome. Originally it belonged to Sextus Quintilius Valerius Maximus and his brother Sextus Quintilius Condianus, consuls from the year 151. After Emperor Commodus had the brothers executed under the pretext of a planned conspiracy, the villa became his property in 182. From there he made it his residence and extended the building.

Opening hours


Thursday to Sunday 9 am - 7:30 pm (last entrance 6:30 pm)

Prices Villa dei Quintili

Adults: 5 €
Reduced Price for EU-Citizens age 18-25 and teachers/professors in the EU: 2 €
Children (under 18-years old): free

The attraction is free of charge for all visitors until December 31th.

Address Villa dei Quintili

Via Appia Nuova
1092 Roma

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