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Castello di Calatabiano, Calatabiano

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  • The castle is simply amazing. Cost to entrance is reasonable. Ride on the funicular is spectacular, going higher and higher and the views get even more beautiful. The castle is beautiful and well-kept...  more »
  • Let's start with a virtually always closed Mondays and Tuesdays closed x continue with a partime four hours until Sunday my friend who comes from Rome is available in the afternoon so impossible x now. The guys that are there are committed, but the curia after all the money spent x restructuring could do something more.
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  • this is a must see castle, no artifacts on site or proper info. panels but a very good Italian speaking guide will show you around quiet easily. clean toilets but no proper restaurant\cafeteria on sit...  more »
  • Suggestive site where you can enjoy a magnificent panorama. You get in the elevator. As soon as you get off you will welcome the staff who will be engaging guides towards the explanation of the Castle and its many conquerors. Go in the late afternoon if you can. Guests can enjoy views over the Bay below that alone is worth the price of admission!
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  • Is located on the northern edge of the province 220 metres a.s.l., Etna on a high hill overlooking the Eastern access of the Alcantara Valley. Here the river Per qantar (name of Arabic origin meaning "the bridge") marks the boundary between the provinces of Catania and Messina.
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  • This morning we decided to finally go and see this castle ... then we prepare, consult the internet site to check schedules and costs ... and away we start ... only that we get there we find that unlike what is stated on the site, the castle is closed. .. maybe opens in the afternoon (you can tell by a sign on the working time of employees). I still can't say it explicitly, I am also an employee, but my patience towards civil servants has found another topic to thin ...
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  • Bad remodel that destroyed the Magic Castle
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  • Magnificent Castle don't know the management
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