Pomaro Monferrato Castle

Pomaro Monferrato, Italy

Pomaro Monferrato Castle was built in the 12th century by Aleramici family. In the 16th century it was in hands of Paleologi family, who altered it to a summer residence. Most of fortifications were destroyed in 1637 by Spanish army. Today the castle is a venue for events and weddings.

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

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4.3/5 (based on Google user reviews)

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Gianni Armano (12 months ago)
I had never been there and I only knew it because I was from the province of Alessandria. I must honestly say that it is a wonderful location for weddings and other events. The structure and its parks are already a gem that with a few flowers added for the event I attended, gave a splendor that I never expected. I can safely give a 10 rating in everything including the service. I highly recommend it even if I'm not biased. Congratulations to all.
Daniele Colombo Business (2 years ago)
The location deserves 5 stars and deserves a property worthy of the place. Unfortunately, I was able to see that impropriety and rudeness are part of the owner's baggage. The wedding of our son, planned for two years, had an unworthy ending with a call from the police from an elusive resident who had complained. In the end it was understood that they had probably been called by the lady and her husband. Stupid move because the music had stopped half an hour earlier when with arrogance and rudeness the "castellana" had interrupted the party that was taking place in a correct and polite manner, given the education and the very high level of the guests. To put an end to the antics, as the father of the groom, I assumed responsibility for everything and handed my documents over to the Carabinieri and made myself available to them. An unworthy ending given the conditions promised by the owner two years in advance and changed three days before the event, after having received the balance from me. Stay away from this arrogant, rude and unfair person. Shame !
Silvia Ceriotti (2 years ago)
I was a guest on Saturday night at a wedding, very nice location, excellent catering and service but the behavior of the owner I would dare to say very bad ..... no comment
fabrizio scinta (2 years ago)
In a small town in Piedmont ... which seems to have nothing, there is a medieval castle of rare beauty! With park and surroundings that take you back in time ..... To visit !!
GIOVANNI ABRUSCATO (2 years ago)
1st February 1995 / 23rd March 2022 27 years of our life have passed in this country we hope they will be enough to be able to say we are by POMARO M.to
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