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This is a quick visit at the bottom of the sassi. Very interesting to see how a family lived in the cave, even if it is a bit sanitized. I would definitely suggest a visit. The sassi were not always glamorous hipster locations and its...More
Luckily this was near our hotel and we stumbled upon it. Fasinating seeing how a family lived in their house in the Sassi. The home is furnished with the original pieces. There is a short film that watch first, be sure and watch this before...More
We had a tour of this attracton which offered insight into the lives of the cave dwellers of Basilicata Italy. The family's possesions that were here til the 1950's gave the visitor a close connection to their lives.
Entry is €3.50 and it’s an interesting look back at life in the sassi. There are four rooms to visit; one shows how they captured the snow in the winter – through a hole in the top of the cave, and layered it to be...More
Very much worth a visit. Educational in the fact that I from the UK had until recently never heard of Matera and how some of it's people lived until as recently as the 1960's. Eleven people from one family lived in this tiny dwelling until...More
Matera by itself it's a unique and mindblowing experience and after all those amazing antique caves, old churches and bizzare buildings, this house is somehow refreshing looking like it is still waiting for the owners to come home. The older ones might even recognize everyday...More
Their website says they are open from 9.30 am "til night". According to another website, night currently falls at 16.55. So although it isn't clear, I wouldn't think it would be open after 17.00. You would have to contact... More
Their website says they are open from 9.30 am "til night". According to another website, night currently falls at 16.55. So although it isn't clear, I wouldn't think it would be open after 17.00. You would have to contact them on info @ casagrotta. it or +39 0835 310118 for more specific information.