Banchette Castle

Banchette, Italy

Banchette Castle was built in the 12th century to the grounds of ancient Roman fort. The current appearance dates from the 19th century, when it was restored by Emilio Pinchia.


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Founded: 12th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Italy


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Tamara Andrea Gentileschi (4 years ago)
Wonderful castle, where to stop for a cocktail or to eat. I recommend to visit.
Daniele Pelissier (4 years ago)
Private castle opened on the occasion of the FAI day. Viewing only the external and some rooms, including the library / chapel.
Maria K (4 years ago)
A nice place to visit over spring and summer. Opened only iccasionaly. A nice green park.
Liliana Dinu (4 years ago)
It is a private castle, open to the public for the FAI spring days. It will be available for private events with a reduced number of people, I think, also having a small consecrated church.
Andrea Zecchi (4 years ago)
Small private castle from the Middle Ages, dating back to the 12th century. Currently inhabited, it is available for parties, events or meetings. Partly renovated, it certainly needs other works to be further enhanced. It has a large well-kept garden that surrounds it. Recommended!
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