Yes, you can visit those stunning Roman ruins from the Killing Eve Season 2 Finale

Sandra Oh as Eve Polastri - Killing Eve _ Season 2, Episode 8 - Photo Credit: Gareth Gatrell/BBCAmerica
Sandra Oh as Eve Polastri - Killing Eve _ Season 2, Episode 8 - Photo Credit: Gareth Gatrell/BBCAmerica /

In fair Italy, where the Killing Eve Season 2 finale lay its final, climactic scene, is where you’ll find Hadrian’s Villa, a gorgeous ruin, rich with history and drama.

Killing Eve has always been like a live action version of Carmen Sandiego, pinging around the globe to access stories of murder and intrigue. The series has spirited viewers away to a host of locations, including (but not limited to) the barren landscapes of Russia, the subways of Berlin, the plazas of Paris, and the opulent architectural delights of Bucharest. But in the final moments of the Killing Eve Season 2 finale, Eve (Sandra Oh) and Villanelle (Jodie Comer) find themselves alone in one of the most stunning ruins in Italy.

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After half a season of pursuing and setting up tech billionaire Aaron Peel (Henry Lloyd-Hughes), Eve and Villanelle are stuck in a thorny situation that concludes with Villanelle slitting Aaron’s weasel throat. Unbeknownst to both Eve and Villanelle, this was the goal of the mission the whole time. Trapped in a manipulative web of lies and deceit, the two women decide to commit to one another, making a run for it together. In the process of fleeing, they are attacked by – and subsequently tag team murder – an emissary of the Twelve named Raymond (Adrian Scarborough).

It’s quite an insane day for Eve. Villanelle just takes it in stride, calmly leading her love to a secret underground tunnel that leads out to a picturesque, deserted villa.

Much like Villanelle and Eve’s relationship, the villa is beautiful but crumbling beyond repair. The camera lingers on the two women as they traverse the ruins. They’re awestruck by their beauty and scope, but as they stroll, the truth is revealed and things get intense.

Good news, Killing Eve fans! You too can skulk around this villa, brooding about your relationships. (Or not. I don’t know your life.) Here’s how.

Villa Adriana, also known as Hadrian’s Villa, is located in Tivoli, about 30 kilometers (18 miles) away from Rome city center. So, unfortunately, unless you have access to some crazy underground tunnels like Eve and Villanelle, you won’t be able to walk there if you’re traveling in Rome. However, you can definitely visit.

According to varying travel sites, you can snag the metro line to a bus that will deliver you right at the front gates, or you can grab a train to the bus. All in all, if you don’t have access to a car, your trip should take about a half a day. And, unlike Eve, you won’t even have to kill anyone to get there.

Killing Eve Seasons 1 & 2 are available for streaming on Season 1 is currently available for streaming on Hulu.