Borgo Medievale di Civitella del Tronto

Borgo Medievale di Civitella del Tronto

Borgo Medievale di Civitella del Tronto
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Katrien S
Ghent, Belgium1,951 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2019 • Couples
This is one of the pittoresque hillside villages and towns in Abruzzo, with the addition of a grand fortress (partially ruined) dominating the top, and great views over the Gran Sasso mountains. The historic centre holds many old and characteristic buildings, sadly some were damaged in the 2016 earthquake and have not yet been renovated. All the churches were closed when we visited, and some had clear damage from the earthquake and will not reopen soon. Some seemed fine from the outside. Still, the village is well worth a half day stay and walk around. For views of the village, walk to the Santa Maria dei Lumi church and convent (limited opening times). There are a few places along the route that offer great views of the village.
Written May 2, 2019
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Paolo Carboni
San Benedetto Del Tronto, Italy13,100 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2023 • Friends
Not only that... the fortress! In Civitella del Tronto the entire historic village is worthy of a tourist visit, with its narrow streets with travertine houses, churches, beautiful panoramic views, and quality restaurants.
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Written November 25, 2023
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alessandra_biondi3
Ferrara, Italy28,124 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2023 • Friends
I liked Civitella del Tronto for the location and the history of the fortress.
The entrance was from Porta Napoli, then we went up to the fortress and after seeing it we passed through the very narrow Ruetta, since we didn't have much time we only saw the churches externally, I got the idea of the "defense village".
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Written January 3, 2024
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G.B.
822 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2020
The charm of the villages of this type is timeless: the buildings dedicated to services (post office or banks), places for tourists (hotels and restaurants), but also the simple squares and almost all the other structures of the city are period and very well maintained. The view is very beautiful and even an evening walk is a romantic experience (but be careful with stray dogs, unless you are dogs yourself).
The fortress overlooking the city is worth the walk.
Written September 21, 2020
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Nostran Gerry
Rodero, Italy745 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2024 • Friends
Entering a pastry shop in Teramo, the owner told me that I couldn't miss this village and I listened. Of all those seen, this is the one that partially disappointed me as the Fortress is closed due to construction. Luckily I asked for information in the shop in Piazza Filippo Pepe, I would have made a pointless effort. The Porta Napoli is well preserved and the Ruetta (the narrowest street) is worth seeing.
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Written June 8, 2024
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IVANKLAUS
Ancona, Italy250 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2024 • Couples
It is absolutely worth it, from a historical, architectural and landscape point of view. It is truly a discovery: the village is characteristic: houses, streets and views make the visit very special. We were during the Christmas period and visiting the nativity scenes in the streets of the village was a beautiful discovery. The view is unique: sea in front, twin mountains on the side, large stone in front and maiella in the background to frame the towns and hills of Abruzzo. History is waiting to be discovered and teaches something even or especially today. Don't miss the fortress and the Nina museum...indeed don't miss it....Civitella del Tronto!
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Written January 3, 2024
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