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Hiking tours in English

The 5 Waterfalls of Cerveteri and the Via degli Inferi: a (slightly wet) trekking adventure through nature and history

    Everyone is talking about it, but few know how to reach the fabulous 5 Waterfalls of Cerveteri. The path isn’t marked, and there’s a risk of getting lost, trespassing on private property, and, not to mention, encountering Maremma dogs! So, how do you go about reaching the majestic Cascate di Cerveteri (calling them cascatelle would be an insult – we’re talking about waterfalls that are 25-30 meters tall)? Well, it’s as simple as can be: come with us!

    Monte Soratte and the Path of the Hermitages – panoramic trekking (actually, extremely panoramic!)

      Mount Soratte and the Path of the Hermitages – trekking. Standing at an isolated height of 700 meters in the countryside north of Rome, it overlooks the lower Tiber Valley. Since ancient times, it has been an important place of worship and hermitage. Only a few ruins remain of the various hermitages and churches that were once present. The mountain, part of the Monte Soratte Regional Nature Reserve, reaches a maximum height of 691 meters and is adorned with beautiful and particularly scenic forests.