The views are spectacular. However, you have to put in the effort of a 30 minutes plus walk up a sloping path and many stairs.
The first part of the path is paved with those red terracotta bricks that have a smooth surface. These can be a bit slippery when dry, especially if stepping on the leaves that are on the path. When wet, these bricks are definitely slippery. Silly choice for a steeply sloping path if you ask me.
So be cautious. Wear shoes with very good grip. Take lots of water. Wear sun protection, wear comfortable clothes you are happy to get sweaty in.
You can do the walk even if you are not too fit, just stop and rest lots of times like I did.
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