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Grotte di Equi, Equi Terme

(4.3/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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  • Truly unique and unforgettable experience that I lived with my husband on December 26 ... We went to visit the Nativity scene that every year takes place within the country of Equi ... Gorgeous! Within all the land, among the narrow streets and small squares takes the life of the crib ... Craftsmen who perform their activities, animals, banquets where you can sample dishes simple but really good, until you get inside the caves to see the newborn baby Jesus. Its unique atmosphere, a journey that lasted more than an hour which allowed us to live even more Christmas cheer! Recommended for everyone, especially for children! We had to leave the car in just under a kilometre away but I have noticed that you are lucky according to how many people c is, do get the cars even in the country. A happy return as soon as they open the visit, to avoid long queues, the entrance for adults is only 5 euro and 1 euro more they didn't visit part of the caves!
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  • If you like exploring the beauty and wonders of nature, Grotte di Equi and Equi Terme is a place you should not miss. The scenery is beautiful and the cave is amazingly beautiful, proving once again t...  more »
  • worth at look at if you are in the area accessible by train from lucca approx. 1and half hour journey 
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  • Beautiful grotto - fresh also in the hot summer
  • It is a fascinating and wild cave that still preserves the presence of bats. The path is narrow and winding, but well maintained and lit with comfortable staircases and handrails. Is a continuous up and down between the concretions, modest compared to those of other caves, but some are worth. The best part is that, rather than a visitor, you're an Explorer! The guides are friendly and knowledgeable, the pleasant little Museum and well organized, attractive and with a pleasant taste.
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  • Gorgeous views, you truly feel part of nature. The tour of the caves is very nice even for young children, lots of stairs but is very addictive. Ideal for families to spend a half day in harmony with nature.
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  • I went there with family. Route interesting and impressive, but, for those who are ' out of practice (how's that for me), a little challenging. The Guide-Francesca-competent and knows how to enjoy between stalactites and stalagmites. Therefore, helmet on his head and prepared to walk underground!!
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  • Very nice guide. To see!!!
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