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Parco degli Acquedotti, Rome

Categories: Ruins, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
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4.6/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web
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  • Daily tour went in. It seems somewhat low traffic directly to the offer's guide the yen description under the admission seems to be a good experience. Photos as well.
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  • Is relaxing and peaceful location, indeed in the Roman aqueduct is technically great, would be useful. Aqueduct in other more conservative save state and size, power and it seems, 10 minutes, but you can enjoy.
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  • The huge pillars of the 1,500 metre stretch of the Claudio aqueduct, touch them, appreciate the height of their bows, the degree of accuracy of a work of engineering of two millennia, is priceless. It was the final destination of a day's traveled by bike by the Park of the Via Appia Antica, which included several points as Church quo vadis, pits halfway, catacombs of san Callisto and the via appia antica. A walk a day completely different, always accompany the climate.
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  • Great, highly preserved section of the Acqua Claudia. No explanation or museum whatsoever, but the park is nice for its out-of-Rome campagne feel.
  • Young people use the Parc on holidays to get together and barbecue, creating a wonderful atmosphere. You can see both the oldest aqueduct, and the one still in use, almost side by side. A great start to the Appian Way. Walk back to the city of Rome, as visitors 2000 years ago, taking in the catacombs of San Sebastiano, entering through the Arch of Constantine.
  • Ok. Definitely a cool historic sight and great place to picnic or relax. The aqueduct is in great condition considering its age.
  • It's just a random park with winding trails through it, with ancient Roman aqueducts running the length. The aqueducts are impressive, and the atmosphere is quiet, a welcome relief to the roar of the sights in the historic district.
  • When walking here, you really feel like going back in time. See the roman legionaires passing by while enjoying the sunny outlook.
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