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The Castello dates back to the middle ages. The Castle sitting high on the hill was connected with the city wall to the fortress where many battles took place. It was the home of the Emperor Otto 1 in the 900's and later in the...More
This is a historic site in Asolo. Worth the visit as the views from the upper wall are incredible. You can stop and have a drink and enjoy the atmosphere. Located right in the centre of Asolo. Worth the visit.
Asolo is a beautiful hill town north of Verona and Vicenza. It was rather quiet when we were there one afternoon. We paid to park and walked around the old town but not up to the castle on the very top of the hill. In...More
I am grateful that I was able to see this ancient castle for myself. This place is also called the Castle of Queen Cornaro. As far as castles go, I was expecting much more. However, it is easy to see that this was a place...More
We arrived early evening to Asolo and I would describe the town as enchanting and a must see. The castle is easily accessible from the car park. The views are spectacular. I wished we would have come earlier and had longer to stay. The drive...More
So beautiful at all times of day. And fun to meet the people along the way both the new comers and the locals. The Castello is never the same twice and the walk is different depending on which way you take it from he middle...More
This very old castle in the heart of tiny Asolo is still an active part of the town's cultural life. There are music and theatrical performances on-going inside, and bocce ball courts and a small children's playground in the courtyard. And best of all, there's...More