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Acquedotto del Nottolini

Via Tempietto, 55100, Lucca, Italy
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Great walk

Early one morning we decided to walk along the aquaduct (we had already cycled along some of the... read more

Reviewed 12 June 2018
dewitteseep
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Struggled to find it :(

I would recommend if you are going to head to this place, be sure to drop into the tourist... read more

Reviewed 1 June 2018
Andy P
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County Londonderry, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 12 June 2018 via mobile

Early one morning we decided to walk along the aquaduct (we had already cycled along some of the arches) from the last arches up past the various cysterns and up to the golden Latin words. We continued to walk up along the construction and wished...More

1  Thank dewitteseep
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Reviewed 1 June 2018

I would recommend if you are going to head to this place, be sure to drop into the tourist information centre beforehand so they can arm you with a map and give you precise directions to it. We got lost en-route and couldn't find it!!

Thank Andy P
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Reviewed 11 May 2018

Short walk from Lucca. Very interesting historically and the fact it runs to Pisa 7.5 hours walk away.

Thank PaulaCM66
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Reviewed 30 April 2018

We found the start of the acqueduct just behind the station and followed it for several kilometers into the countryside. Tourist office were totally useless in helping us find it - fortunately my maps.me app had the path on it. If you're really keen you...More

Thank Lesley W
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Reviewed 26 April 2018

10 minutes walk outside the walls of Lucca. An early 1800 construction that provided the city with fresh waters from the mountins far away. The tower is closed but....a very thrilling and fascinating place with a wonderful view on top after climbing the dangerous stairs...More

Thank Göran R
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Reviewed 7 November 2017

We headed out on foot on too hot a fall day and while I was impressed with the aqueduct, I think we would have persevered if it was a cooler day or we were on our bikes. We didn't get far enough to marvel at...More

1  Thank Marianne D
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Reviewed 3 October 2017

There is a trail under the old aqueduct that you can walk. If you have a car, you can drive up to and climb up to the aqueduct. It is interesting to see, but not a must see.

1  Thank Steve S
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Reviewed 14 August 2017

A good path for walking or cycling runs along this aqueduct for about 5 miles before turning towards the hills towards Pisa. Good chance to get up close and personal with the countryside and architecture as well as locals at the free water taps along...More

Thank Della C
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Reviewed 12 August 2017 via mobile

Incredible feat of engineering, a must for those who visit Lucca but I suspect most people don't even know about it! We had a wonderful walk along the path under the aqueduct then along the course into the hills. Superb piece of history & in...More

2  Thank ScotlanRob
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Reviewed 6 June 2017 via mobile

Even though I have previously lived in Lucca, I did not know of this fantastic structure. Wow!! What an impressive piece of architecture and building! And a lovely walk into the local hills too! Starting from behind the station, the walk into the hills and...More

3  Thank Glenn L
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Response from Glenn L | Reviewed this property |
Yes. Ride through the streets of Lucca until you reach the aqueduct, then take the path running along it. There is one large road to cross - which has a bridge. You may need to carry bikes over the bridge. When you reach... More
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