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The Cascate delle Marmore is definitely one of the most majestic and scenic waterfalls in Italy. It is actually a series of waterfalls on different tiers or levels. These waterfalls are located in Terni in the Province of Umbria (around 103 kms from Rome). There's...More
We nave been there and it has been amazing. From top to the buttom. 10€ entrance per adult, you can go down till the end of the waterfall. Pay attention to the timetable since only some hours the water is flowing. Then they will stop...More
Being born a few miles away and having grown together with the falls, I've seen it evolving through the years from a mostly resident-oriented summer refreshment point with casual tourism, to a tourist-oriented attraction with a well organized park, where you can now go very...More
The artificial waterfall, a result of the famous ancient Roman engineering, is the tallest man-made waterfall in the world, with a total height of 165 meters. The source of water is the river Velino and the Piediluco lake is used as a reservoir for the...More
Very nice the place, falls are dramatic but the steps to go down (or up) are really hard and just for well trained people. the shuttle is working only during high season (summer) so before to go consider carefully;
Well like some things it is a bit tricky to find where to park , but we were helped by one of the local shop proprietors
It is 10E per person , but given the scope of the whole area and the work required for...More
We were pre warned by another tripadviser review that there are roadworks around the waterfalls. And there definitely are! However we used google maps which recognised the road closures and adapted the route. The only difficulty being that we had wanted to start at the...More
We have visited the waterfalls before on several occasions and have had a great experience at the lower side of the falls (inferiore).
We tried to visit recently by car (20th September 2018) but found it impossible due to road works in the area.