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Great and gigantic waterfall that was a highlight of our Italy Trip. From top to bottom it is a 20 minute walk but with many stairs and different routes you can go on. We spent 2 1/2 hours here . The price went up to...More
The romans have built this gorgeous artificial waterfall with three levels to evacuate water from a higher plane. During the workweek the waters are activated from 11.00 a.m. to 13.00 p.m. You'll want to go to the lower access point in the valley first (belvedere...More
At €10 per person we found the falls a little bit of a tourist trap, particularly during summer months when their is barely any water moving over the falls.
The hikes around the falls I imagine to be pretty, however during out visit the entire...More
Spent a couple of hours by the falls when in full flow, best crack was the tunnel with platform, we got absolutely soaked, good thing we brought towels.
As it's man-made you'll need to get there at 1100 or 1500 hrs when they switch it...More
We were staying in Norcia and the woman at the front desk of our hotel raved about these waterfalls - so we drove for about an hour to see them. We first entered up at the top, and then walked down the path for about...More
To think these falls were man made by the Romans is astounding. When the gates are opened and the full flow of the falls is allowed to move it truly is beautiful. There are several routes that can be walked around the falls so you...More
These falls are well worth the trip if you like waterfalls, particularly big ones.
Apparently, they were first created by the Romans and are the tallest man-made falls in the world! Visit the website for more detail, but essentially these falls are ‘switched on’ at...More