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Claudio D wrote a review Aug 2019
Milan, Italy8 contributions
It is worth it to walk through the ancient bridge and give a peaceful and relaxing look at Gravina di Puglia from the other side of the river.
Date of experience: April 2019
aa27 wrote a review Jun 2019
Lausanne, Switzerland546 contributions164 helpful votes
On both sides, good views, very photogenic. Before and while crossing, a view of the ancient caves, once used as houses and/or refuges during turks invasions. The view is more scenic and the caves are nearer than the ones in Matera. After crossing, you see Gravina in Puglia from a different point of view, beautiful, and you can walk in an impressive archaeological area, stones full of rectangular holes of different dimensions where you can imagine the old Gravina houses were standing. Could not visit the caves though, probably need to contact a guide beforehand, the access gate was closed. …
Date of experience: June 2019
Perry G wrote a review Jan 2019
Blairgowrie, United Kingdom265 contributions125 helpful votes
very photogenic church. if you cross you can visit the cemetery on the other side which is quite interesting although not very well kept. You get good views from the other side of the ravine of the town.
Date of experience: June 2018
Kristiina83 wrote a review Jul 2018
Europe550 contributions257 helpful votes
We came to Gravina in Puglia to see this aqueduct bridge and were not disappointed. It's such a beautiful landmark and is surrounded by amazing landscape and a beautiful town. There are plenty of photo locations.
Date of experience: July 2018