Narni Scalo is the most populated hamlet of Narni which is located at the western end of the Terni valley.

Narni Scalo, the railway station and a whole series of places to visit.

The town developed after the second world war around the train station of Narni, increased the number of inhabitants in relation with the birth of the industrial and economic activities. 

In the heart of this characteristic hamlet is the green of the Bruno Donatelli Public Park, also known as Parco dei Pini.

Outside the village, on the Capitonese street, in La Quercia area, there is the massive Church of Madonna della Cerqua, while in the direction of Narni, near the Nera river, are worth to visit the Sanctuary of Madonna del Ponte, the remains of the Augustus Bridge (where start the cycle-pedestrian of the Gole del Nera) and the Mill of the Marquises Eroli.

Narni Scalo

Address

Narni Scalo – 05035, Narni

Where to park

The village has ample parking, to enjoy the green of the Pine Park is good to park in front of the entrance.

 

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Esterno del Palazzo Scotti di Narni, visto da Via Mazzini
City of Narni

Scotti Palace

Scotti Palace, is one of the most impressive civil architectures in Narni, rises on the west side of Via Mazzini, close to Santa Maria Impensole.

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Vista del Palazzo Vescovile di Narni da Piazza Cavour
City of Narni

Bishop’s Palace

Facing Piazza Garibaldi, with the entrance to Piazza Cavour, the Palazzo Vescovile (Bishop’s palace)  is one of the most impressive buildings of the old town

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Comune di Narni

Piazza dei Priori, 1 – 05035 Narni (TR)

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