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some great little history about the castle, get to watch a video about it, but it gives great views of dolceaqua which is place most people will ever go and get to see, we did it on a tour as part of our cruise but...More
Nice visit, self guided , of the imposing castle overlooking Dolceaqua. Not a huge amount to do and see but enough to maintain interest and great views over Dolceaqua, the bridge and surrounding mountains.
The castle is worth the visit, mostly for the view over the city. There is not much to see, just the bare walls (much restored after an earthquake in ≈1880), but because of the size, the high ceilings and the balconies, and a video of...More
Unfortunately I was too early to visit the inside of the castle but the walk from the bridge to the castle through the narrow street is amazing an unique. A maze of uphill alleyways with hundreds of arches. Great views and great walk
As I was in Dolceacqua, I saw that there was an entrance fee to get into the castle, and I like visiting castles, so I paid it, I can't remember how much since it was two months ago. I walked around the castle, it was...More
There's no doubt a lot of history bound up in this castle. It overlooks Dolceacqua much in the same way that its feudal lord builders did. And there are lots of stories to tell, but you almost get none of that. The cheesey dramatization video...More
The small village of Dolceacqua has around 3000 inhabitants - in the summertime considerably more, as it is a popular place to visit. And the landmark here is the castle ruins High up on the hillside.
Fantastic in dagtime, and even more at night with...More
Stunningly beautiful. the castle was very hot so we stuck to the narrow alleys which were breezy, cool and shady. A couple of restaurants next to the church are recommended for light lunch in the shade.
This is s must if you are near Dolceaqua.
It is such a beautiful walk in small narrow streets and the houses are well restored and there are many nice details on the houses. It is a cosy atmosphere and if you want you can...More