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This small museum was good in terms of seeing how people used to live in the caves. The actual audio was in Italian but we received English descriptions on paper. I enjoyed the story about snow cisterns.
It costs €4 to enter this cave dwelling but this includes two other areas and is worth the money.
There is an audio commentary about the cave but it was in Italian. However they give you an English leaflet which was very informative as it...More
The cave homes carved from the cliff are everywhere, and many are occupied or contain bars or restaurants, souvenir shops, etc. This one is set up like an actual dwelling which is what it was until a few years ago. a recording in several languages...More
The site is simply amazing and so full of relics and fixtures of days gone by. We entered the site as a group and were greeted by a pre recorded message in Italian for about 5-6 minutes. No introduction, no explanation of what the recording...More
When we first entered I thought this was a rip off but no it wasn’t as the audio explained the whole cave to us in detail. This particular cave was lived in until 1956 which is amazing. Entry is €3 and worth it.
To understand what life was like for the inhabitants of the Sassi, I strongly recommend that you visit Casa Grotta to see a typical cave home and to hear about how people lived within the Sassi. The entrance fee is very reasonable and the recorded...More
We wanted to see what a cave dwelling was like in 18th century and this helper us visualize it. Probably won't visit another one in the city but it was 3 Euros per a person to get in. We were done in 10 minutes.
Their website says they are open from 9.30 am "til night". According to another website, night currently falls at 16.55. So although it isn't clear, I wouldn't think it would be open after 17.00. You would have to contact... More
Their website says they are open from 9.30 am "til night". According to another website, night currently falls at 16.55. So although it isn't clear, I wouldn't think it would be open after 17.00. You would have to contact them on info @ casagrotta. it or +39 0835 310118 for more specific information.