Monzambano Castle

Monzambano, Italy

Monzambano Castle dates from the 11th century by Matilda Canossa. Later it was owned by the Scaligeri and Visconti families until lost its purpose in the 18th century.


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Founded: 11th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Italy


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Alberto Vesentini (12 months ago)
La domenica visita guidata gratuita alla torre. Le guide, gentilissime, offrono anche un piccolo rinfresco.
Mirko Romagnolo (12 months ago)
Arrivi, fai una piroetta e in pratica lo hai già visto al 90%. Consiglio di venire a vederlo durante la festa dell'uva (se disposti a pagare per salire in cima). Durante la festa dell'uva il castello si riempie di bancarelle e animali (e per animali non intendo i bambini lasciati a pascolare senza supervisione -_-')
Gerard Devney (13 months ago)
While of particular historical significance to the locals, there is not much to recommend visiting for day trippers on a whim
Laura C. (15 months ago)
Purtroppo la torre dell'orologio non è sempre aperta al pubblico,ma il terzo fine settimana di settembre,da molti anni,si svolge a Monzambano la famosa festa dell'uva,il sabato sera e la domenica pomeriggio e sera ha luogo una rievocazione storica fuori le mura e all'interno del castello. Andateci ne vale la pena........
S Niebch (16 months ago)
Nice Place. But unfortunatly closed
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