Castello di Bornato, Bornato

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  • Despite suits a few kilometres, I just found out. For exhibitions, is open on weekends and it's worth it.
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  • I went with a group of friends and family there were 43 visiting this castle. The guide who was accompanying us was a former literature professor proved up to the challenge, very knowledgeable and witty too bad you could only visit the Renaissance and medieval castle part not because inhabited and then closed to the public was disappointed by the tasting of two wines they produce a red and a white, I found that they were particularly good, without something (s) that would break up the tasting of red with white in short tasting made to savings, and the prices seem too high for the quality of the wine
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  • Nice Castle, nice landscape and good tasting. The difference he made sure the Guide, very prepared and sympathetic, which is essential to grasp the true value of this place!
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  • It is a private residence with a part made Museum. No big deal, I'd call it more Villa that Castle because it lost its historicity. At the end of the round they do wine tasting produced by them, that nothing of that. Wonderful overview with the city in the distance, the guide very nice and easy to follow.
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  • to visit if you are in the area because the trip is worth it. They tell me that the wine produced and sold on site by the owners of the castle is good (not drinking wine should I rely on the opinions of those who have purchased)
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  • Visit the Renaissance wing of the Castle. The guides are very prepared. Free tasting of wines from franciacorta completed visit.
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  • Castle well preserved and maintained. To visit
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  • 17th century Manor House has been restored in the nineteenth and twentieth-centuries, while maintaining unchanged the morphology and the original plant. Externally it looks like a small fortress, but it is a building with garden and nowadays Winery. The Interior is a nice displays of weapons, furniture, furnishings, ceramics with decorative paints of a good standard.
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