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The Castle, a feud of the branches of the Malaspina del Ramo Fiorito holdings from the fourteenth to the eighteenth century, is of great importance historically, and above all, architecturally. The construction of the massive fortress, which merges...more
We received a very nice tour by a new English speaking guide in the castle. There was nobody else then our family so it was also a private tour. He explained everthing in detail, very much recommended! Also marvelous views from the castle up to...More
I visited Castello Malaspina, as part of my personal plan to discover the lesser known cultural gems of Italy. I vaguely had scholastic reminiscences of Dante's friendship with the Malaspina familiy. What surprised me most is the vibe of positive cultural energy of the guided...More
We went on a sunday afternoon.
Without doing the tour you can see the main entrance, a small section of the wall and one room in which some torturing items are displayed. The castle is quiet big and magnificent and in good shape (no clearly...More
Special and unique experience. Never stayed at place like this so I was a little bit scared in the night :D the view from our room and from the tower was just amazing. If you stay there, you have to visit a wonderful restaurant just...More
It's a hair-raising drive up in to the hills, but such a great reward at the end! The castle is completely authentic, and nearly tourist-free. We took the "Italian only" tour, but were so gratified that the guide did his best to help us understand...More
We went on a Friday in mid-June as a day trip from the Tuscan beaches after reading several of the reviews on here. We also made sure to check the website for the castle tour times. Despite checking the website, we found when we arrived...More
It is a magnificent sight as you drive towards it, especially if you approach from Giucano where I was staying. If you come from the other side of the town you will pass under the fort without seeing it. It hangs on the end of...More