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Acquedotto Romano di Spello

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AlbaMarieRainbolt wrote a review Sep 2020
Lyon, France8 contributions6 helpful votes
Very nice walk! We walked from Spello to Collepino, around the village, and then back (along the road on the way down from Collepino to the first fountain then back on the trail) and back to our house in the centre of town. Turned out to be 12-14 km and took us the afternoon. There's a lovely wee bar in Collepino village, perfect for a cold beer! Stunning views and well indicated. Terrain isn't very difficult except for the last 20ish mins when it's quite steep with loose gravel. Wander through olive groves, under old bridges, past the remains of a small aquaduct, with stunning panoramas spreading out to one side. It's a perfect afternoon outing from Spello! Beware that it can be quite hot as much of the walk is somewhat exposed. There are several fountains along the way for cold water.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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TandemSpirits wrote a review Jul 2020
Foligno, Italy449 contributions109 helpful votes
We have hiked the trail that goes along the remains of the Roman aqueduct many times. If you're an average hiker, you can do this trail quite easily. If you're going to walk from the trailhead above Spello to Collepino (highly recommended) it's about 4km one way. There are some mild climbs and one steep (15min) ascent up a rocky section of the route. Once you arrive in Collepino, you will be rewarded by visiting a very charming mini-village much beloved by the locals. Have a beer and piadina at the bar!!!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Paul S wrote a review Nov 2019
Ontario, Canada24 contributions3 helpful votes
A wonderful hike along the Acquedotto - clearly the Roman engineers understood how to build a aqueduct - great views of the valley and an easy hike.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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RHilaryW wrote a review Apr 2019
Market Harborough, United Kingdom24 contributions9 helpful votes
We walked the full length of the path, following the aqueduct and then returned back to Spello. It is a truly lovely walk at this time of year (Spring) as there are carpets of wildflowers everywhere. It is a most interesting walk passing through pretty woodland and over bridges with constantly changing views which are stunning. There are very few gradients making it ideal for those of us with bad knees! Every so often there are philosophical quotes in the wall to make you pause and ponder. To walk the full length and back starting at Spello took us about two and a half hours at a steady pace. Highly recommended especially during the week. We didn’t meet a soul the whole time but probably a different experience at weekends and in the summer months.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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bigvicSydney wrote a review Sep 2018
Sydney, Australia3,564 contributions269 helpful votes
The more we travel in the countries and cities the Romans colonised the more we appreciate their legacy even today. Of course Spello is not that far from Rome itself but the aqueduct is so typical of Roman engineering and their advanced standards of toilet and body hygiene. Don’t miss it
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Date of experience: September 2018
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