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we had no idea this castle existed but was recommended by a local. very glad he did. we have visited a number of castles all over europe. this is very well preserved. the minute you walk under the drawbridge you are back in time. you...More
Though a large part of the present castle is a reconstruction from the early XX century, this is a historic place with some parts dating back to the XIII century. The castle is at the top of the village and surrounded by double walls and...More
In the vicinity of the miniature town of Gabbice-Mare, located on the picturesque coast of the Adriatic, is the medieval capital of Gradara. Above the strong walls of the fortress in this ancient city is the majestic eponymous castle of the Middle Ages. In fact,...More
This is such a great hidden gem (for us at least it was). I admit I did not know it existed and it was such a great surprise. It was interesting from the standpoint that there were multiple families that occupied the castle throughout time...More
It is a fun place to visit. Every Thursday in the Summer they all performed in this historical costume, it’s fantastic to see. You could just sit in the restaurant and see them pass by and perform this historical act. One thing though, make sure...More
A beautifully preserved and restored castle near the city of Cattolica. The forts are awesome down to the village. Gradara also has some shopping opportunities, mostly souvenirs etc and a few restaurants and cafes.
The castle is a fair size and very pleasant to walk around for an hour or so - there're some lovely paintings and ceilings and some titbits of history about Lucrezia Borgia, 'Paolo and Francesca' etc. There're some nice views of the castle and walls...More
A lovely spot with amazing views from the castle walkways. There is a small village at the foot of the castle offering gifts and food and also a museum which is well worth a visit too. The castle has a few rooms open to the...More