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Amazing!

The bridge crossing has been closed to the public. It is an amazing feat of engineering from Roman... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Ryan N
Breathtaking

I just love bridges that look like old Roman Aqueducts. And this certainly does. Straddling 2... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
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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 2 weeks ago

The bridge crossing has been closed to the public. It is an amazing feat of engineering from Roman times.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I just love bridges that look like old Roman Aqueducts. And this certainly does. Straddling 2 mountains this dramatic piece of engineering is definitely worth visiting

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I originally wanted to return to Spoleto to walk the aqueduct but, sadly, the recent earthquake made the bridge unsafe. The problem is further exacerbated by the fact that the Italian government funds are a basket case and any repairs will be well in the...More

Thank Ian S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Have seen this from afar twice before as I have driven down the autostrada so it was good to see it close up. Took the escaltors and lift up and then walked on a flat and tree lined walkway to see it. Disappointed that I...More

Thank giacomina17
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Beautiful to view at all hours of the day. Unfortunately closed for several years since the earthquake damage, no evidence for any progress on repairing the damage.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Walk up to the Rocca Albornoziana and walk east side of the building and view from there. Sadly you can no longer walk across due to a recent earth quake.

Thank Patrick M
Reviewed 27 August 2018

The access to the bridge was closed when we traveled, but it was still beautiful to look at. Built in the Middle Ages, it very reminiscent of Roman architecture and engineering, but I found it to be more graceful with its tall, narrow arches. It...More

Thank pathfinder1
Reviewed 24 August 2018

TripAdvisor incorrectly translates “Ponte delle Torri” as “The Tower’s Bridge.” In Italian, Ponte delle Torri means Bridge of the Towers, those towers being the bridge pillars; “delle torri” is plural meaning “the towers.” The “Ponte” is 775 feet long, the “Torri” are as high as...More

1  Thank DeanMurphy2020
Reviewed 5 August 2018

The spectacular bridge was until a couple of year ago used to go across the valley for a pedestrian nice long walk. Adler the last earthquakes it has been definitely closed. Important news not always signaled to plan your your stroll!

1  Thank Adriana L
Reviewed 22 June 2018

An amazing 14th century 80 meter high aqueduct that spans the gorge high above Spoleto, at the back of the Rocco Albornez fortress. You can't walk across it now as it's closed, but it's definitely worth taking the escalator up there to enjoy the circular...More

1  Thank RetiredBritz
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Sabrina W
9 August 2018|
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Response from Nicki B | Reviewed this property |
Orivieto was lovely both my husband and I loved it. Assisi was spectacular but full or tourists. Todi was great too with a nice mix of culture, bars, a few shops and restaurants.Tbh we just love Italy so everywhere is lovely... More
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Jeffrey P
4 April 2018|
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Response from Aliballet | Reviewed this property |
Went in February, due to the earthquake they experienced, they have closed it down for safety! X
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29 March 2016|
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You can arriving by car in the small parking before the bridge, on the Monteluco ( the mountain name ) side. :)
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