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Il ponte del diavolo

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5 day Calabria Tour from Rome
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5 day Calabria Tour from Rome

Discover the stunning, southern Italian region of Calabria during this multi-day, small-group tour, departing from Rome. See the distinctive, rock-cut homes of Matera's Sassi, stroll through the historic centers of Salerno, Cosenza, and Reggio Calabria, and visit the picturesque coastlines of Tropea, Le Castella, and Praia. Other highlights include a a wine tasting and a private sailing excursion.
$1,626.65 per adult
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Jon P wrote a review Feb 2020
Chippenham, United Kingdom1 contribution
Il Ponte is by the old bridge going across the river Avon, very centrally located in the town. The service was very friendly, the food excellent and the music was wonderfully authentically Italian. It was a great place to give out feet a rest and take a deep breath. The desserts were also very good!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Looking_for_charme wrote a review Nov 2019
Bergen, Norway1,185 contributions299 helpful votes
A walk down from the village to The Devils Bridge can be recommended. We hoped to return up to the village by a smaller path, but the "path cleaner" hadn't done his job.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Alan S wrote a review Nov 2019
Glen Iris, Australia409 contributions106 helpful votes
We visited the authentic town of Civita and walked the step road down to the bridge. It really is steep! the towering rock face was the backdrop as we decented into the valley of the nature park and you really got the view you were in the wilds of Italy. We enjoyed a coffee back in town which also had some nice produce stores. The drive into and out of the area was very pretty and worth the diversions from the main freeways. My review would have been of the town and surrounding area but there is no dot on TA so this bridge is the closet thing.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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brandywinemgmt wrote a review Nov 2018
Boston, Massachusetts34 contributions7 helpful votes
Took a gentle but relentless winding walkway down the gorge toward the end of the day when long shadows and cast to astound you with the myriad of colors, shades and grades of this spectacular natural gorge. Well traveled and well maintained with railings for most of the way. The effort rewarded for the entirety. The views across the chasm kept one's focus and feet engaged until the destination of the bridge was reached and crossed. A little local jeep for hire (running the route regularly) was a great way to end the excursion.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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intorox61 wrote a review Sep 2018
Perth, Australia144 contributions66 helpful votes
According to the news a terrible tragedy occurred in late August. A flash flood killed ten people in the canyon below the bridge. When we walked down the steep walk to the bridge in late September is was cordoned off with a sign stating that the area was under investigation and could not be accessed. Wished I’d know that before I spent 30 minutes walking down the steep hill, only to find out I had to walk back up without having the chance to see it. Minor issue I suppose when you consider the sad fate of the others.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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