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It was worth waiting for Simone the English speaking guide to be able to take us round. She was very knowledgeable and enthusiastic and we learned a lot about the long and varied history of these man made caves.
We drove to Ossimo from Pesaro to see the "caves" under the city and we're glad we did. Unless you see it yourself, you might not believe what it is - nearly 5 miles long in total and 6 levels deep (don't worry - you...More
My wife and I were very fortunate to have a super guided tour in English with Simone (sp?). Our tour with just the three of us was not rushed and Simone's enthusiasm about the history of the caves was contagious.
Typical place to visit when the weather is not so good, and you cannot go to the beach; but be careful! In these days is crowded, it's better to call and book for the visit.
It takes 45min, with a guide who will explain you...More
While staying in Osimo, our family took a tour of the Grotte di Osimo. It was so interesting to learn about the history of the place and to see the art in the sandstone. Loreza was a great tour guide and her English was wonderful....More
The soft sandstone forms the underground of many hilltop cities in the Marches; then (as for the Orvieto tuff or for the tuff which forms much of the underground Naples) is to be expected that, through the centuries, tunnels and underground rooms have been excavated,...More
We understand enough Italian to do the tour in that language. it was super interesting. If you don't speak Italian, wait for the English language tour or you won't get much out of it. We enjoyed seeing these underground tunnels and hearing the various uses...More
I speak only english and their guide who speaks english was on days off, but she came in for me! She took time out of her vacation to show me around. it was beautiful and definitely a must see. I would highly recommend it to...More