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Antro del Corchia is a not-too-touristic and fresh place that can be a first choice in warm and crowdy days. People from Levigliani is very proud about their beauties and greatly orgnises buses and shuttles to reach the different places from parkings. Two connected museums...More
Absolutely fantastic and intriguing! A must if you are in the area of Versilia. A 3.6 kilometer trek that lasts an hour and a half in the heart of a white marble cave in the Apuan Mountains.
Towering stalactites, stalagmites and underground pools over two...More
The bus that takes you to the caves is already interesting and if you do not like to drive in the mountains, like me, it's better to not look out the windows. The caves themselves are worth the visit. Different from other ones we've visited...More
After quite a long mountainous road, arrive at small "parking". Entry to cave at designated times only! (Every two hours from 11 in July, hourly in August). Bus up to cave entry. Cave temperature is a constant 7.6 degrees Celsius, so bring a jacket!
An incredible and extensive system far larger than Grotta del Vento but far less known. The scale of the system, the caverns, stalactites and stalagmites are simply spectacular. A two hour tour that just flashes by. Thoroughly enjoyable and worth a long detour. Also, close...More
I have visited Antro del Corchia after it was recommended to us by locals. Despite the fact that we were only 3 persons that day (our group) they were more than happy to go on with the trip as planned without having us waiting around...More
It's a very nice cave to visit, we went with our sons of 8 and 10 years and they liked it very much. They told me that they liked these caves more than Postumia's. The visit inside the mountain is difficult if you have small...More
The tour was amazing, the guide was very knowledgable & although the commentary was in Italian , she did switch to English for a small group of us.
I think there needs to be more information given? I.e. Bring a sweater & wear sturdy shoes!...More
We read the reviews of check when it's open and the ones about can be hard to find. We asked our hotel to check the tour times and he came back with 10am and 12pm (along with some afternoon tours) that he read from the...More