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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...More
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...More
One fabulous Umbrian hike which I highly recommend is walking along Sentiero 52 (or the new identification number of 352) from Spello to Collepino which follows beside an old Roman aqueduct. The route (5 kms) is well signed and begins just outside Spello near Fonte...More
You can walk ANY distance from the start of this track, a few hundred metres or the whole length of 4400m, then, if you have any energy left, the last 15 minutes up a zig-zag road to the little settlement of Collepino. So it's a...More
What a pleasant walk! We started mid-morning on what would be a very warm day. There's not a great amount of shade along the trail, but the view was fantastic. The trail starts at the top of the village a short ways from the town...More
We did the Roman Aqueduct walk last week. I would highly recommend it as a great way to see some of the surrounding countryside and get away from it all. We saw about 6 people on the track.
As others have said the walk is...More
The Roman aqueduct runs from the north end of Spello to the hill town of Collepino and beyond. It is easy to find, well marked, with beautiful views. One can walk as far as one wants. Note that it is largely in the sun, so...More
What a pleasant surprise to find this trail so close to our Agriturismo Il Bastione. Someone obviously put some good thought into this, with neatly kept trail, lots of signs highlighting aspects of the duct. And so cool to see what a marvel the water...More
What a lovely way to spend a morning, getting exercise and taking in the fabulous Umbrian countryside. Walking through woodlands, olive groves and across historical bridges. fabulous but wear good strong shoes because that last leg of the walk up the stoney path to Collepine...More
Decided to walk the length of the aqueduct and we did it in the sunshine! A wonderful experience and the views on the way were spectacular. The last 500 metres up hill were quite testing but it was worth the climb. Length overall was 6...More