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An amazing 14th century 80 meter high aqueduct that spans the gorge high above Spoleto, at the back of the Rocco Albornez fortress. You can't walk across it now as it's closed, but it's definitely worth taking the escalator up there to enjoy the circular...More
The panoramic path around the fortress makes for a fine stroll with pleasant views, with possibilities for taking some interesting and 'different' pictures of the viaduct. The viaduct itself was not accessible to the public when we visited.
Make sure you walk around the walkway. Agree to use the escalators. You can how on one just below and behind the Doumo. Go down the stairs to the right as you exit the Duomo and then turn right and you will find it shortly....More
Take all the "people movers" (which are pretty amazing in themselves) to the top of Spoleto and enjoy the view! Then marvel at this structure at the top of the city! A 13th century aqueduct with possibly a Roman base, it is a marvel!
This bridge is at the top of the city.
There is a suitable walkway to see this bridge, not only tourists but local people also enjoy walking.
There is also a bar that you can take a break in the middle of the boardwalk and...More
You can get here by foot or by escalator. Tower bridge is 800 metres to the East of piazza del Mercato). It is built over a mountain gorge through which the river Tessino flows. 9-arch`structure connects St`Elia hill and mount Montelucco. Two fortresses la Rocca...More
FIND THE ESCALATORS!!!! They have a moving sidewalk and escalators to get tup the hill to the fortress, but they are not that easy to find and trust me you want to use them. We walked about ha;f way up before we found them! When...More