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Ponte delle Torri, Spoleto

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Bridge · Tourist Spot
Built in the 1300s, Ponte delle Torri crosses a deep gorge between Spoleto's castle and a fortified tower. The bridge is notable for its nine pylons and narrow archways. Reaching the bridge requires a small trek, so wear comfortable shoes. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Ponte delle Torri by using our Spoleto road trip tool.
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  • This was actually an aqueduct first built by Romans, reconstructed in the 12th century. It's beautiful, vast, huge, connecting fortresses. I think we paid something like 7 euro per person to go up...  more »
  • Spoleto was a great visit, starting with the escalators which allowed easy access to main areas of the city by avoiding steep uphill walks. What a fantastic system! Took the escalators to the central....  more »
  • Magnificence Roman bridge, incredible architectural beauty, admonishment of the glorious past of the great Rome. It is very impressive.
  • Really nice place! You can reach it in easy way, because there are escaltors in Spoleto. I recommend first go on too and then walk down

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