I was mystified by earlier reporters saying the walls were hard to finsd and difficult to navigate - I could see them easily on the map and from close to my hotel above the old town. Having found them and walked their length, I now kno0w what those reporters meant. They are quite easy to find, but gaining access is not so easy. Only about 4 of the towers are open and accessible. They are really not well maintained or presented for tourism, although there seemed to be quite a bit of long term masonery work and scaffolding going on at several of the towers. The views are not great (but could be improved significantly). Anyway we went into all the accessible towers and walked their length (either along the walls or along the roads and pathways adjacent to the walls). Only the clock tower had any real interest for me and even that was limited. I think this could be made into a much more attractive tourist spot but it would need a lot of restoration and access work. No good for those who have walking difficulties - the steps and ladders are simply too steep and the walkways along the walls are not even or flat. Anyway......we did it and anjoyed the walk.
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