We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
We visited the attraction during winter. Very few people around and we climbed the steps to the top. Loved it, but climbing the steps is not for the feint hearted. Winter is not the best time to visit but we loved it.
Interesting building but during our visit it looked more like a building site. There is so much restoration going on that is was impossible to get some nice pictures. Also not everything seems to work and the amount of water, and the duration, was a...More
We were very lucky to be able to visit here on a Wednesday which is one of the two days (the other is a Sunday), when the water is released down from the top and cascades all the way down to the bottom, into the...More
Fantastic afternoon watching the water slowly progress down the steps and around various features before arriving at Neptune's Pool at the bottom of the steps. The best viewing point is at Neptune's Pool as you can watch the water progress down the steps to the...More
The waterfalls start 520 meter up and you need to walk at least 2,3 km downwards to follow the flow of the water and the altitude is about 200 meters.
We parked at a free street parking at the “end” of the park and walked...More
Is there a time of year when tourist sites in Europe AREN'T covered in scaffolding? It literally looked like EVERYTHING here was being built there were so many cranes and scaffolding and construction going on. The restoration timeline posted as you entered from the parking...More