Trepponti

Trepponti, Comacchio: Address, Trepponti Reviews: 4.5/5

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Bandit-One
Lucerne, Switzerland6,343 contributions
Great piece of architecture
Aug 2020
Comacchio is a beautiful small town. Despite the compact center there are plenty of interesting sights.
The most famous one is the bridge "Trepponti". Depending on where you parked, this is the bridge you will cross to get into the Historic Center. And it's an interesting bridge. Not just by the style and architecture. It's also special because it's a bridge that spreads over not just one, but two canals on each side.So it's "three-legged" so to say. Three - Tre.

Built in 1638 this bridge soon will be 400 years old. And it's still in wonderful shape. Some changes and improvements were made of course over the centuries.

A great sight. Surely not to be missed when visiting Comacchio.
Written 23 January 2021
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Been a few places
Epsom, UK1,083 contributions
Architectural gem
Aug 2020
Wandering around Comacchio is a delight - the canals are beautiful and the town very much lived in. The Trepponti is a highlight and architecturally fascinating - its hard to believe the bridge is almost 400 years old. The bridge which translates to three bridges has five staircases: three at the front and two at the back. The front staircase offers a nice view over the town and canals. Its' definitely worth dropping by.
Written 18 October 2020
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Biiborka
Budapest, Hungary125 contributions
Great mini Venice
Aug 2020 • Family
The whole old town of Commachio is very nice including this little bridge. Try to visit on a sunny day, as it is beautiful how the colourful houses reflect in the canals. The whole walk around the old town can be covered in about an hour.
Written 11 August 2020
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Tualie
Varese, Italy1,148 contributions
The town's emblem, full of bird droppings
Jul 2019
Is fun crossing one side to the other and enjoy the canals view from this XVII century town’s main gate but local authorities should give a priority to clean all those droppings that can damage this monument and related health issues.
Written 17 May 2020
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Ducatisti69
Boston, UK272 contributions
Beautiful bridge
Apr 2019 • Couples
The very special entrance portal to Comacchio from the sea canals. Worth a stop to see if passing this small town near Ravenna. Close to a number of restaurants and the town centre.
Written 24 April 2019
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PaulB
Maastricht, The Netherlands2,187 contributions
Comacchio's most famous bridge.
Jul 2018 • Couples
The 17th century Trepponti (also known as Ponte Pallotta) is probably the most famous bridge in Comacchio and its most representative monument.
It is located along the ancient Pallotta waterway that led to the Adriatic Sea and was the fortified gate of the city.
Below its only arch ends the navigable waterway Pallotta that is distributed within the historical center up to form four different channels.
Over the centuries, the building underwent several changes to its structure, especially of aesthetic value, witnessed by the addition of the two watchtowers at the top of the two back stairs and six pillars placed at the top of the three front stairways.
Near the Trepponti there is also another bridge of Luca Danese, called Ponte degli Sbirri due to its proximity to the ancient city prisons.
Written 29 August 2018
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Lindoxis
Madrid, Spain56 contributions
A hidden gem
Aug 2018 • Family
Comaccchio is a small humble village with a beautiful architecture, typical of a lagoon location in the Venice area. The bridge has been nicely restored and is unique in its genre and it leads onto canals which will remind you of Venice but without the crowds and the cheap souvenir stores. Well worth a visit!
Written 27 August 2018
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Valerie S
Potenza, Italy67 contributions
Lovely tour of a lovely city
Jun 2018 • Couples
We clambered aboard the batana for a lovely guided visit along the canals of this pretty town, with the history of the place recounted to us by an enthusiastic young volunteer. He paddled us under bridges and enlightened us about Comacchio's history. A really pretty place and a nice way to find out more about it!
Written 21 August 2018
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izif_37
Ljubljana, Slovenia2,914 contributions
unique
Jun 2018 • Solo
Attractive and unique bridge ower three or four channals! It is one of many in town but the most attractive. Reminds to Venice....
Written 24 June 2018
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RobertaSydney
Sydney323 contributions
Comacchio's a great town to stroll around
Jul 2017 • Couples
Comacchio's a great town to stroll around - pocket-sized and interesting ... a great out-of-the-way spot to just live like a local for aday or 2 (or more).
Written 1 June 2018
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