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Visited Fermo by car and wow parking was interesting. Made it to the tourist Centre and bought the tickets for five attractions. The Roman cisterns was really excellent and I am so pleased that we had a tour guide. The cisterns were extraordinary in their...More
Below the streets of Fermo exists an amazing example of Roman engineering and their incredible ingenuity .... water was a top priority in any of the settlements they created and this is another example of how water from rain and natural springs was stored, filtered...More
Date of experience: December 2018
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MuseiFermo, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at Roman Cisterns, responded to this reviewResponded January 29, 2019
Dear, thank you very much for your splendid words!
I highly recommend taking this tour and seeing how the Romans lived 2000 years ago. The tour guides are friendly and patient. They have English brochures to help while taking the tour. Extremely informative.
We took an afternoon tour with another couple. The tanks are an incredible example of the building skills present at the time of construction. The guide was very friendly, spoke excellent English and had a very high level of knowledge of history of both the...More
Fermo is an ancient Roman city and it has history written all over it. The Roman Tanks (Cisterne Romane) are an unmissable stop, very much recommended, and very interesting. The price is very accessible and the guides are friendly and know what they're talking about....More
This remarkable underground complex is arranged in a rectangular layout subdivided into 30 rooms in 3 parallel rows and was built at the end of the first century BC to supply the city with drinking water. Incredibly it was still being used in the 1980's...More
The cisterns are among the largest in the world and only a trace of larger engineering feats. But as a physical experience, there just is not all that much to see. Having a knowledgable guide in your native language explain their technical workings or reading...More
Amazing large and well preserved old Roman cisterns. This is a guided visit in both Italian and English. An added advantage - the inside temperature is a cool 14 degrees C, while outside it hovers around 30 degrees C.....