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You should visit this beautiful castle...But there is nothing to see there apart from the courtyard...I would be much better if you could visit the inside and the towers...Finally It is free

Thank Ioannisktst
Reviewed 3 days ago

One of the most iconic and beautiful monuments in Milan. Built in the 15th century, by Ludovico Sforza, the Duke of Milan it now hosts several art collections and the city's museums. Due to its size I had to see it only 4 hours, however...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Castello Sforzesco is an impressive castle. We enjoyed walking around the campus. We didn’t enter the museums there. If you are near, you should have a quick visit.

Thank RoniL156
Reviewed 1 week ago

Collection of museums. Could be more user-friendly with better signage. FREE! Medieval art and Renaissance paintings are in the collection. Also decorative art like furniture.

1  Thank AmrapDallas
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Amazing medieval castle that was turned in a museum! Archaeology, gallery, art, design in a medieval setting! worth just visiting for the masterpiece pietta by michaelangelo!

Thank potamos
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you’re interested in architecture and history, this is definitely the place for you, plenty museums to choose from, and at very good prices. So much to see, and beautiful park at the back entrance of the castle.

Thank Amber K
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Extensive works carried out on the castle in 2012 have really allowed the architecture to shine. The castle is free to walk around and explore, you pay only for the museum entry, I believe it was 5 euros. Works by Michaelangelo are on display. The...More

1  Thank michelebE4831XZ
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Great Architecture. Be prepared to walk inside and around the castle. Wonderful site for pictures and to see and hear street artists.

Thank caratelman
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Castello Sforzesco is well served by public transport: there is a metro station a couple of hundred metres from the castle entrance. The grounds can be visited for free, and the impressive architecture of this great Renaissance fortress enjoyed. Inside, not one but five...More

Thank gpm75015
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Nice castle, a beautifull walk with the baby straller. Nice arhitecture, panels with explanations. Worth the visit!

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Richele D
29 June 2018|
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Response from rebeljenn | Reviewed this property |
The official website should tell you for sure but I would say it probably is open. You can spend a day here as there’s a lot to see and make sure you don’t miss the Michelangelo as I believe it closes earlier. I think it’s... More
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RaktimRay
24 February 2018|
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Response from Aldophoto | Reviewed this property |
Do not book any tour! Don't waste your money: Milano is very easy to visit just walking (it's smaller than Singapore) and all the main interesting historical place are in the city center. Just book a ticket for Leonardo's... More
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Chunxiao X
11 August 2017|
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Response from katehreena | Reviewed this property |
Hello. Nope, I didn't see any. I think it will be better if you can leave it in the hotel or in the train stn. If you are looking to get the bus tour, you may ask the guide.
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