Cascata delle Marmore
3 EUR Off on the Entrance Ticket
The Cascata delle Marmore is a man-made waterfall created by the ancient Romans. Its total height is 165 m, making it one of the tallest in Italy and the tallest man-made waterfall in Europe. Of its 3 sections, the top one is the tallest, at 83 m. Its source is a portion of the waters of the river Velino after flowing through Piediluco lake near the community of Marmore.
Normally, the fall is turned on between 12:00 and 13:00 and again between 16:00 and 17:00 every day, with additional times on holidays. An entrance fee is charged to visit the falls and the surrounding area.
A path along the falls allows the visitor to hike up to the top of the falls. Along the way, a tunnel leads to an observatory just next to the falls, where a visitor is guaranteed to get soaked. A safer observatory near the top affords a grandiose view of the falls and of the Nera valley below.
All ISIC, ITIC, IYTC cardholders can enjoy the beautiful view of the waterfalls and the extraordinary walk in the park with a reduced entrance ticket. To take advantage of the benefit show your valid card at the moment of the purchase of the ticket.Overview
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