The Tower's Bridge (Ponte delle Torri), Spoleto

Categories: Bridges, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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Built in the 1300s, The Tower's Bridge (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. Put The Tower's Bridge (Ponte delle Torri) at the forefront of your travel plans using our Spoleto itinerary builder.
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  • We walked the hiking trails on both sides of the bridge. Absolutely breathtaking views! The bridge was closed for waking across but we enjoyed the hiking trails and foot paths around it! 
  • To look very nice, pity that you can't go. However there is a path to do around the fortress overlooking the landscape. Very impressive.
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  • The bridge that connects Spoleto with Monteluco is an architectural structure still intact over the centuries, probably is an aqueduct of the Roman Empire. The sight of her eyes is persuasive and the scenery takes your breath away. Worth visiting
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  • Impressive Aqueduct as great as Goethe wrote. The only question that last is: how did they build it?
  • Impressive especially at night with its light.
  • Don Matteo we ride to the big ... But in reality it is pedestrian only. It's worth crossing it to see the mill on the other side. And enjoy the view.
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  • Think of when it was built and with what purpose, thinking it is still present and intact after hundreds of years and after even some earthquakes is something incredible. Right in the Middle opens a window that offers a marvelous view. 80 meters high and built of stone, nice! I wonder to see him the night all lit up like presents. Visited April 2014
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  • A real wonder ... a single glance that comes straight from the past. Absolutely wonderful
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