The great Ring of the Marmore Falls
We also recommend you bring:
– A comfortable backpack suitable for cycling/walking
– A warm sweater, such as a technical sports shir, for sudden drops in temperature
– A change of clothes (especially socks) in case of sudden rain
– Hat with a sun visor
– Warm hat
No other equipment is included, so you will need to equip yourself with whatever accessories you feel necessary, such as walking sticks, sunglasses, binoculars, etc.
Cascate delle Marmore park entrance ticket is not included (10 euro)
The activity will last about 4,5 hours, including small stops. However, the duration may vary depending on the pace of the group and the need to take fewer or more breaks.
You can enjoy this experience throughout the year.
This activity is also open to children provided they are accompanied by their parents.
Pets are generally allowed, if easily managed. We invite you to liaise with our staff to check whether you can bring along your four-legged friend.
To do this activity it is essential to have a good level of physical fitness and to be in good health.
Always communicate through Exploring Umbria to ensure you receive the best bespoke service to suits your requirements. In order to protect your payments, never transfer money via channels outside the Exploring Umbria website.
If you cancel the reservation for this activity up to 24 hours before the event we will refund you 100% of the price.
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