Things to Do in Spoleto

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Things to Do in Spoleto

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  • G.B.
    871 contributions
    This church, the moment you enter, may seem a bit 'bare, but do not be fooled. Take your time to admire the chapels, some of which are truly beautiful.
    Written October 12, 2021
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  • ccriderYVR
    Vancouver, Canada3,406 contributions
    It's an impressive bridge. It actually has two bridges, one for travel and the other would probably been for the aquaduct.

    It is under construction / repair so you can't really get close or see it from the end of the bridge. They put up a wooden barricade. They should really cut some viewing holes.
    Written September 28, 2022
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  • Jethro672
    London1,005 contributions
    One of the nicest Cathedral squares I've been to. Full of energy and peaceful. Nice to spend a couple of hours here.
    Written May 17, 2021
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  • jaybeeFL
    Palm Harbor, FL3,013 contributions
    You can't miss this imposing fortress built in the 14th century as it towers over the city and valley below. It can be accessed after a relatively strenuous climb or take the easy route via escalator located behind the Duomo.
    Written February 16, 2020
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  • Houston_Eriol
    Houston361 contributions
    really good introduction to a Roman house if you don't go to other places like Pompeii. Inexpensive with good signs.
    Written July 2, 2022
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  • G.B.
    871 contributions
    The church itself is pretty average, but the best is offered by the crypt. A volunteer accompanied us along the visit explaining in an interesting and entertaining way the works, unique, contained in it.
    Written October 14, 2021
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  • G.B.
    871 contributions
    You can park wherever you want because the city has an elevator that takes you to different points of interest. I got off at the height of the Duomo. From there you can choose to go up to the fortress or take this very nice pedestrian route that culminates at the bridge of towers. Very nice.
    Written October 12, 2021
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  • giacomina17
    Brisbane, Australia545 contributions
    One of the few churches I have had to pay an entrance fee for. The fee gets you in, firstly, to the museum where some special works of art are on display and then you enter the basilica. It, in itself, is very interesting. I enjoyed it but I did hear other people grumbling about paying an entrance fee. You decide if you think it is worth it.
    Written September 24, 2018
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  • patchesbc
    Burgess Hill, UK13 contributions
    Lovely route following the old railway line. You get to walk/cycle through old railway tunnels and over viaducts. However, don't do this if you haven't got a head for heights - one of the first viaducts you reach is very high and narrow.
    Written June 14, 2018
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  • Linda B
    Raleigh, NC2,210 contributions
    The Roman Theater was built in the second half of the first century BC right inside the city walls. It remained in use until the fourth century. Today it is part of the State Archaeological Museum and is still used for shows and performances…particularly during the festival.
    Written January 3, 2019
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  • Kimberley O
    Ottawa, Canada21 contributions
    I was just able to peek around the fence. Not a lot of people around that day. Good to see and then move on to something else
    Written November 4, 2019
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  • Luiz C
    Cascais, Portugal348 contributions
    Narrow streets, many arches, small shops, medieval houses and Renaissance squares. And sometimes gardens with breathtaking views
    Written September 11, 2019
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  • Lolly’s Look
    New York City, NY12,815 contributions
    We took the walk up to Basilica di San Salvatore and walked the grounds. It is a beautiful structure. It is the oldest church in Spoleto. The doors and windows are very ornate and historic.
    Written October 10, 2017
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  • bradywj0521
    1 contribution
    It was so amazing i totally recommend we saw so many things and overall loved it!!! Couldn't have picked a better spot!
    Written January 13, 2022
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  • Borzov
    Rijeka, Croatia5,256 contributions
    The church was built on the slops of the hill at the foot of Monteluco di Spoleto at the beginning of the fifth century, as a bishops’ cemetery, and it went through a series of interventions. In the 12th century the present facade was made with the marvelous reliefs illustrating the scenes from the life of the apostle and moralistic messages taken from the medieval stories. The approach to the church via a large 17th century staircase is a nice experience itself. The interior of the church is very elegant in the Baroque style with an elliptical dome, unique in Umbria. The church is among the most beautiful religious buildings of Umbria!
    Written October 19, 2018
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