San Giorio di Susa Castle

San Giorio di Susa, Italy

San Giorio di Susa Castle was built probably in the mid-13th century. The complex is divided in the upper and lower castle. Today it is ruined but tower and hall exists.

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Founded: 13th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Italy

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Valeria Panico (2 years ago)
Beautiful Castle of San Giorgio, I was struck by how it has been maintained until today it has remained intact and inside they made us a very special restaurant that I will go to try soon. Today it was all booked, but I will gladly return. I also recommend you to visit the village is very nice and characteristic and then you can taste very good typical things of the area. Stop for a Sunday dedicated to historical and artistic discovery and immersed in nature.
Roberta Semonella (2 years ago)
Beautiful place surrounded by greenery with a nice themed pub where you can stop or spend an evening with a view ?
Gaetano Amato (2 years ago)
Abbiamo celebrato nella location del feudo di San Giorio il nostro matrimonio questo giugno 2022.è un ambiente molto suggestivo ed i nostri ospiti ne sono stati stregati. Consiglio vivamente sia per la particolarità dell ambiente , che per l empatia che si è creata con i gestori che sono stati molto disponibili e gentili nel consigliarci ,ascoltando ed esaudendo i nostri desideri e contribuendo a dare vita ad un ricevimento perfetto .
laura scarlata (3 years ago)
Very suggestive place. Inside a restaurant open from Wednesday to Sunday. Very kind and helpful staff. I recommend to go up on foot, leaving the car in the town below.
Viviana Piglia (3 years ago)
Marvelous. I was there for a wedding and I fell in love with it. The staff were very friendly and the place was impeccably preserved. Congratulations, I will definitely be back.
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