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The Tower's Bridge

Via Giro del Ponte, Spoleto, Italy
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Easy to get to, impressive

This is a must see. Take a stroll around the fort - it is flat and takes you by the aqueduct that... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Los Angeles, CA
Really cool...and the views are terrific!

After a long walk up the hill from the main part of Spoleto...we arrived at this awesome site. This... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
David D
Wexford, Pennsylvania
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Built in 1350 AD to create an easy access road to Montelucco, this stately bridge is 264 feet high and 760 feet long, and features nine tall pylons that separate its narrow graceful arches.
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a must see. Take a stroll around the fort - it is flat and takes you by the aqueduct that is still standing from Roman times. Just north there is a break in the fence and a train that does down. Good for...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

After a long walk up the hill from the main part of Spoleto...we arrived at this awesome site. This bridge is from the 14th century, and is still standing tall...granted, a little shaken from last year's earthquake (and they have limited access to it)...but still...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Really nice walk up to the Bridge, tiring as up hill yet so beautiful once you get up there. Breathtaking views of the place. lovely shops before you get there and places to stop and have a nice coffee or drink.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I've been in Spoleto last year when the earthquake was on the newspaper every day. I'd surprised by the elegance of this bridge that sustained more than one earthquake during his long life

1  Thank Roberto F
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Due to the earthquake last year there was a concern about this beautiful tall structure across the ravine. It has been closed to the public officially but some people were seen crossing it. It can be viewed from many positions and the closure does not...More

1  Thank Johndot_12
Reviewed 12 August 2017 via mobile

Was closed due to earthquake of August 2017 but a sight to behold from the Rocca. Yet another amazing Roman engineering feat.

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Reviewed 7 August 2017

This is an impressive bridge, even if it closed due to the earthquake of 2016. You need to walk to the back of the cattle in old town or it is easily missed.

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Reviewed 18 July 2017

The bridge is indeed spectacular to see and is a key part of the Giro dei Condotti walk, however it is still closed after last years earthquake in the region.

Thank Padrone
Reviewed 13 July 2017 via mobile

Nice bridge with amazing view from Rocca but unfortunately the bridge was closed for renovations. Luckily you can take the escalator so you don't have to walk all the way up to Rocca.

1  Thank Linda B
Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

The Ponte delle Torri of Spoleto is 236 m long and 90 m high. It is a huge ten-arcade work that connects Colle Sant' Elia with Monteluco. It is constituted of a road and a water canal supported by ogival arcades and stone pillars. It...More

1  Thank Maurice T
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29 March 2016|
Response from DaRivaYT |
You can arriving by car in the small parking before the bridge, on the Monteluco ( the mountain name ) side. :)
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