Acquedotto Romano

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Curiosity06698384944
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Absolutely love Acqui Terme!!!
Dec 2019
If you are ever near here do not miss out! The town is fabulous, if in a campervan its just 8euro a night, and the waters are so healing!!!
Written 31 December 2019
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Count_colin
Porto, Portugal187 contributions
A few arches!
Apr 2019 • Couples
interesting that they were built 2000 years ago and are still standing. Much of what we build today might not last as long!
Written 17 April 2019
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Jimena A
Bastogne, Belgium13 contributions
Closed
Jul 2018 • Family
The place looks very interesting surrounded with trees, ideal for hot summer days.
However, unfortunately it was impossible to get near the aqueduct as it was closed with orange fences and construction machinery.
Written 30 July 2018
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lordnilson
Sabro, Denmark4 contributions
An okay monument
Jul 2018 • Family
An okay monument aging back to the romans. Recommended for a quick visit or a break in the shadows on a warm day, meanwhile a nice playground entertains the children.
Written 18 July 2018
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Etops2008
Windsor, UK15 contributions
Interesting Roman acquaduct remains with long cycle path and playground.
Aug 2017 • Family
This lark area is sited around the ruins of the ancient Roman acquadotto. To get there you have to pass over the cobbled bridge and continue to the roundabout before turning right and doubling back on yourself. There is ample parking and a short walk to a lovely playground and play area with large open meadow,

There is also a cycle path which nearly makes its way up to Melazzo before returning with lovely riverside views.

The only sadly lacking facility is any catering as the bar that was present until 2016 was washed away in floods and has not been replaced.

It has a busy family feel on warm summer days, but be advised to take your mossie spray....
Written 23 September 2017
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Kim H
Boise, Idaho, United States173 contributions
First Roman aquaduct I have been next to
Apr 2017 • Business
Pretty interesting. It has been rebuilt somewhat with newer materials but still pretty amazing when you think about the age of this structure. Worth a look on a nice day.
Written 15 May 2017
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clariecjt
london38 contributions
Very cool history to observe
Feb 2017 • Couples
It is hard to miss this Aquaduct on the banks of the river on the edge of town because it is large and very visible. It is great to see that this piece of history is being preserved.
Written 27 February 2017
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ALEC2014DEC
Bucharest, Romania26 contributions
Interestic historical site
Sep 2016
The aqueduct is visible in a green park, just below the bridge which takes you in the Acqui Terme City Center. It is a lovely stroll especially in the springtime, and impressive to see how well it is preserved.
Written 21 January 2017
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Mustang645
Bribie Island, Australia243 contributions
Well its Roman
Aug 2016 • Friends
Not much left unfortunately, a disappointment. If you have the visit the Pont de Gard in France to get the full impact of Roman skills
Written 27 August 2016
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Asahel7
Birmingham, UK33 contributions
Well-described ruins
Jul 2016 • Couples
Worth a fifteen minute visit. Free parking just across the road and a picnic area with tables. Impressive restored Roman brickwork on two sites. The better preserved of the two has a useful set of descriptive and contextualising information boards with illustrations and text in Italian and English. Walk along the path a bit to line up the two sets of pillars, to get a sense of the way in which the aqueduct spanned the valley and ran into the Roman city. The riverside walk which begins here and extends for two kilometres is pleasant too, although the path stops and the only way back is the same as you came. [Wheelchair access to the path with the information boards and riverside walk]
Written 15 August 2016
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