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Artemis02
Evergreen, CO70 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019
Our family of 2 adults and 2 kids enjoyed several hours exploring the Furlo pass on the last Saturday in December. The landscape is stunning. It's absolutely beautiful!! There were other people in the area but it was not crowded. We had no problem parking the car at the various pull-offs and then walking along the road to explore the different spots of interest. The Etruscan and Roman tunnels were fascinating, as was the Roman-era drainage tunnel that you can still walk into and explore. We will definitely return in the summer to see the change of seasons in this lovely spot!
Written 12 January 2020
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DecoDogs
Tennessee, USA138 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2012 • Couples
While it did take a slight bit of "finding", we were very glad that we expended the effort to do so. The scenery is beautiful along the Candigliano river, and what can one say about driving though a (short) tunnel built ca 76 AD but wow!

Traffic was VERY light when we were there, so it was possible to go slowly and stop when desired to admire the area more completely.

If you have time and a vehicle, don't overlook this side trip.
Written 18 October 2012
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trufflecat
Boston, MA90 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2014 • Couples
When we went, the road was closed to vehicles, affording an opportunity to walk peacefully along the road that runs right along the gorge. There were a few bicycles and one or two (not allowed) motorcycles. It's a lovely walk with great views of the gorge, and a Roman and an Etruscan arch to see as well.
Written 6 June 2014
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Davide L
Wallingford, UK78 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2014 • Family
Well, OK, yes, it is very nice. However, the reason for the rush is... the road is temporarily (?) closed to motor traffic because of a landslide, which makes the visit all the more enjoyable. The scenery is incredible: sheer limestone cliffs several hundreds of meters high, a narrow green lake on the valley bottom (it's a shame they dammed the river back in the 1920s, but you've got to generate energy somehow...) and you can walk through a Roman road tunnel which is still pretty much in the same conditions as it was when dug in 76 aC. It's a shame that the small 14th Century church next to the tunnel, the 20 meter-high Roman walls supporting the old Via Flaminia, the older tunnel and the modern dam-bridge - which would provide a fantastic view of the valley - are not accessible; on the other hand, the rest is visible free of charge.
Written 5 July 2014
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Brian_StNeots
St. Neots, UK172 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2018 • Friends
A drive along the old road through the Furlo Gorge has a high 'wow' factor. The narrowest part of the road is controlled by traffic lights - the tight middle section is a short tunnel hewn from the rock by hand in Roman times. In the town of Furlo look out for a red building with ample parking opposite. Enter through this building to gain access to the attached free museum.about the geology and wildlife of the area. You will also realise that you are in the world centre of the development of the truffle industry
Written 2 July 2018
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Mark T
Fareham, UK3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2015 • Couples
If you are planning to visit, go as soon as possible before the road opens after a major land slide, however park near the dam rather than drive around to the visitor centre, which we did as you will only have to drive back. There are some amazing views to take in, and take in the history of area. Defiantly worth the visit.
Written 24 May 2015
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Natasha S
Earth planet86 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2018 • Friends
Beautiful place to hide from the frenetic life and have a breath of fresh air. Long walk, some bars and retraurants at the entrance
Written 7 November 2018
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Adele W
London, UK18 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2016 • Family
Amazingly beautiful limestone gorge, outstanding example of river erosion over 200 million years. Sheer mountain cliffs covered in thick vegetation, with turquoise waters of the river/lake below.
The stretch of road which runs through the gorge is closed to cars, and only accessible for pedestrians or cyclists. This means it is very easy to walk through the gorge, even with small children/buggies, and view the incredible scenery.
At the end of the walk you can view the Roman and Etruscan tunnels carved out of the rock, and the dam built in the 1920s.
There are paths to the top of the cliffs/mountains but they are for experienced walkers as the terrain is very steep.
Even without the climb to the summit, it was easily the most impressive natural landscape we had ever seen!
Written 10 August 2016
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jaoxi2015
Hualien, Taiwan351 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2015 • Solo
the road is closed to the car but you can walk along it till almost the end of the gorge, then it's close for everybody The interruction is south of the gorge, so if you come from north you can park your veicle before the car stop and visit almost the all gorge
Written 21 September 2015
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Anuj_Mithani
Mumbai, India4,505 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2018 • Couples
We drove up to the gorge en route to Acqualagna from Urbino. The via Flaminia stretch and the tunnel hewn by hand are open to cars, with traffic regulated by the signals. We pulled over a few times where space was available to park, and stepped out to enjoy the views of the emerald green water snaking its way through the high limestone cliffs and take some photos. Quite a few walkers doing the entire stretch on foot.
Written 2 June 2018
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