The Tuscolane Villas are splendid examples of late Renaissance and Baroque style buildings. They were built for Popes, bishops and their families. These villas are a combination of multicoloured rooms, filled with frescos that represent nature and classica’ myths, and splendid gardens with unique fountains and green areas. The villas are surrounded by the beautiful Tuscolana countryside, amongst hills that are thick with woods, vineyards and olive trees that have been used, for centuries, to make excellent wine, oil and other delicacies for the noble families in Rome. Villa Vecchia, in the past called Villa Angelina and Villa Tuscolana, also called le Rufinella are two of the oldest villas situated in splendid panoramic positions. These historical buildings have now become charming hotels. It’s a fascinating location, you can stili feel the magnificent past and it is ideai for unforgettable moments.