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This cave is a must when in the region. It is the only cave with a flowing river which is accessible for visitors in Italy. We were very lucky to get a private and very informative tour since we were the only visitors during the...More
Today (17th of Nov 2018) we visited the ticket center and the lady working there explained to us that cave's closed for maintenance until further notice (probably at least until spring) - so call before you go to the cave :)
Consiglio di entrare in questa grotta attiva a tutti ... È un tesoro nella montagna di questa meravigliosa regione Abruzzo. La nostra guida, Daniela, è stata molto gentile, disponibile e ci ha rivelato fatti interessanti.
La temperatura è compresa tra gli 8 e 10 gradi....More
These caves were really pretty, but the tour was quite short and was only conducted in Italian. We were disappointed that (as many popular attractions in the West are) they did not provide multi lingual devices for the tour.
The caves are truly astonishing. Definitely worth a visit.
We visited the caves in April and were almost the only turists there. Definitely not overrun.
But be aware that the guides will leave for Siesta.
Wonderful place that you can feel peace of mind , as you can take lot of pics , cost of entry 10 euro, we went their by our driver from hotel cost each person 50 euro but stayed with us all the day, but unfortunately...More
This was a great way to spend a little time in the region. Beautiful, underground scenery. We've been in caves all over the world, this had the largest waterfalls we've ever seen underground. The tour is only in Italian, but surprisingly, our guide was able...More
I've been in caves in many places in the world. I haven't enjoyed any more than I have Grotte di Stiffe. There are other caves with more spectacular stalagtites, stalagmites, curtains, columns, etc. The things that make Grotte di Stiffe so great are 1) it...More