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APERTO SU PRENOTAZIONE FINO A FEBBRAIO An ancient fortress, one of the biggest in Italy, enriched with 6 museums, infact the Castle is known as the Castle of The Museums. The first documents founded about the castle, are of 898 A.C. . In 2018, the...more
We spent almost 3 hours walking around this castle which allows visitors into different rooms and towers. The exhibits were interesting and informative and we were amazed there weren't more people around. The visit totally exceeded our expectations. The town outside the castle is also...More
Lovely castle inexpensive around 6 euros I think . Nice walk through town . Have shows during day and evening but check opening times. Worth a visit if you are in this area. Some lovely places to eat here
Enjoyable visit. Walked through the town to this castle which is lovely and unspoilt. Some rooms are furnished simply. There are various events through the year but not on the day I visited. Well worth visiting if visiting Bardi.
Third visit in two years and can't get enough of this beautiful town.
The locals, shop owners etc are some of the most genuinely nicest folk I've ever come across.
I am seriously considering a second home here!
Probably very beautiful, but we'll never know.
We went there with an elderly lady, who can walk on plain grounds but couldn't make it up the steep slopes bringing up to the Castle.
We asked the ticket kiosk if there was any service available for...More
This castle is already a delight to approach from several directions as you see it grow larger. Its mounting from the environment on a big rock that is all jaspis! Not expensive to visit, guided tours are in Italian only I am afraid. BUt you...More
Great historical venue with fantastic photo opportunities.
FREE Car parking available in the town square with plenty of small shops and restaurants available in the small high street. When you come from a country who charges for parking if you car stalls it is delightful...More