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We thoroughly enjoyed our tour which was guided by Augusto. We were visiting Italy from Boston, Massachusetts (USA). Augusto was very knowledgeable and communicated well with us in English. The cave tour was a great thing to do in a short period of time. The...More
The cave is accessible to both little children and disabled people. Temperature inside is about 14°C in the summer. Along a relatively short and easy trail you can see an incredible variety of impressive geological shapes and phenomena, led by Cristian, a competent and passionate...More
Visited in January with my family. I have been in many caves but never one with a full on raging river running through it, complete with white water rapids!
The caves are run by volunteers so you have to make some allowances - the place...More
When we arrived at a concrete building in the middle of nowhere to be offered iced tea and be told in almost non-existent English that the guide would be 30 minutes, we didn't realise this whole operation is run by volunteers from Falvaterra, passionate about...More
We have been taken to discover the secrets of the cave by Augusto and Christian. 3 hours literally flew by. Stunning place, nice and passionate people, equipment brand new. Unforgettable day. Falvaterra caves is a must stopover.
Escursione indimenticabile guidati da Augusto e Christian, due...More
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Augusto C, Responsabile reception at Grotte di Falvaterra, responded to this reviewResponded July 4, 2016
Thank you for your visit and for your words of appreciation for the staff, the cave and the site. We wait you, if there will be an opportunity, for another unforgettable day
We had a wonderful time visiting grotte di falvaterra. There's a guided tour through the cave with a beautiful canyon and natural pools and little waterfalls within.
The tour is held in italian language, not easy to understand.
The cave is open to public on...More
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Augusto C, Responsabile reception at Grotte di Falvaterra, responded to this reviewResponded June 16, 2016
Thank you for your positive review, we will shortly have an acceptable traslation in language so that you can learn more about our cave and our country; thanks again
On the way from Rome to Neapoli we found this attraction.
We didn't expect what cave show us.
We come when was close,but guide man took as by his car to the caves and try explain us every think about water and caves.
Just a little south of Rome is a magnificent natural wonder in Falvaterra, Italy. This cave, the Natural Monument of Lazio, was discovered about 20 years ago and is open to the public in the summer months. While walking through the cave you can see...More