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4000ft long Aquaduct Tunnel 'often compared to the Wonders of the World' as it is one of only two tunnels in history that was excavated from both ends and met in the middle with success (and this was in 6thCenturyBC - before any kind of mapping or...more
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An amazing piece of engineering. Best to read about it before visiting. The guide could do with being a better communicator. This is my only criticism. Hard hat, which is provided, is essential. I did the intermediate itinerary, which I would recommend. A previous review...More
We hadn’t booked in advance so took a chance and drove up to the tunnel entrance early in the morning to see if we could get tickets as numbers are limited.
Luckily, it wasn’t high season and we went on the first tour of the...More
You cannot miss this engineering opera ! Yes it is difficult for somebody, please dress a good t-shirt and shoes, and don’t be so lazy when inside.
The tunnel sometime is narrow and not easy suitable for tall people, but need a visit.
It is something worth seeing during an individual tour of the istland. Just rent a car for a day, or two. Much cheaper than organized groups. One problem, that the tunnel is open till 2.30 , so it is easy to be late, and You...More
After reading some reviews I was not sure whether to go. But after reading a bit more on another site I decided to pay a visit there, and it was definitely a good decision.
I was planning to take the shortest tour, but as I...More
The visit to this tunel is a unique experience. Being inside is interesting on its own but thinking how this was all man-made is even more breath taking. Deffenetly worth a visit. Just make sure to book in advance.
We went on the short “guided” tour. There where practically no information about the impressive tunnel neither from the guide or signs.
Wikipedia has an excellent article describing the math and concepts behind the design and construction of the tunnel. The tunnel in itself is...More
A true wonder of Mathematics in Ancient Greece,something that you don’t find very often!The guide of the tunnel is quite informative,but there is not any means of transport if you choose the complete route till the end of the tunnel.Despite this,route 2,the intermediate is quite...More