Departure: Caserta - Formia - Cassino - Rome
The Cascata delle Marmore is one of the most famous waterfalls in Italy. It is located in the Valnerina, not far from the city of Terni, in the marvelous Natural Park of the Marmore Falls. If you pass near Terni, the Waterfall is one of the obligatory places to visit: its beauty has fascinated poets and writers over the centuries, and continues to fascinate every year thousands of tourists who decide to visit it. and all the beauties around, we have created this mini-guide to show you everything you need to know about the Marmore Falls (tickets, how to get there, the best routes), plus the best places to stay in the immediate vicinity (and other related activities ). Parco della Cascata is a tourist-excursion complex located all around the waterfall. The park is full of paths and paths that wind through the natural environment, characterized by the lush vegetation of holm oaks, black hornbeams and flowering ash, while ferns and mosses prefer travertine rocks near the river. The Park also contains numerous historical remains, industrial archeology and hydraulic works. The first thing to know is that you can access the Waterfall from two different points: the Lower Belvedere and the Upper Belvedere. The Upper Belvedere is located at an elevated point and allows you a complete view of the first jump of the waterfall, while the Lower Belvedere offers a perspective from the lower part of the Park, but which allows you to see the whole structure and the majesty of the waterfall . You can move between the two points through a scenic route, and meet all the most suggestive places, such as the Balcony of Lovers, one of the favorite places for engaged couples, and La Specola, a loggia built by Pope Pius VI in 1781.