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A huge fortress covering nearly 4 acres with great all round views. First parts built in the 12th century, handed over to the local goverment in the 1970s and they've made a good job of it. Either drive up followed by a 10-minute walk, or...More
Saw the castle from afar and we decided to check it out. It was raining when we were there but castel beseno surprised us with its beauty even if it was raining and gloomy. Some parts of the castel and its ramparts are still intact....More
Castle Beseno was our favorite of the three castles we saw in the Trento region. We spent about 2 hours exploring Beseno. It is more like a fortress type castle rather than a palace for royalty. Roofs and parts of walls are missing. It is...More
We visited on a sunny day which was a bit hot walking those gh the views are stunning. It is a beautiful castle and we spent around 2 to 3 hours and even the kids 6 and 9 had a great time dressing up as...More
The wide yard outside and children can run around freely.
In the castle, the exhibisions about the medeaval period were interested.
We could take pictures as if we wore the medeaval armors.
There is the nice resturant near the castle, it has local menu, tasted...More
The huge fortress, shaped as a battle ship, on the top of the hill will attract your attention when you are driving on the motorway in both directions.Worth a little detour.
Comfortable free parking 5 minutes walk, uphill, to the entrance.
Very reasonable ticket, only...More
This is a super castle to visit with fun waylays for kids. The castle reconstruction is almost genuine, the armoury includes touching and wearing breast plates and holding the toolss of medeival war.
The a surrounding views are breathtakings and the castle locations are well...More
The Castle is not advertised a lot, but it's really worth to visit it if you stay in Trentino or Garda Lake. It is located not far from Trento, on a hill that dominates the Adige valley. The Castle is well preserved and very well...More
I was a bit apprehensive in driving up the steep climb to the castle, but once on the road up, it was not too bad at all. An impressive historical monument, which one should visit preferably in the morning before the heat strikes. Proper walking...More