Reifenstein Castle (Castel Tasso), Campo di Trens
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  • Truly we were amazed to see this beautiful castle as it is still in most of its rooms still as it was years and years ago ... my son of 5 years was astounded, and special Kudos to the rail (a blonde Lady) that after 2 and a half hour visit was still hear his words with interest. ANDATECIIIIIII!!
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  • My wife and I visited this beautiful private castle, to greet us a very prepared and available that simultaneously explained to us and other people the history of the Castle and of the place, speaking in Italian, English and German. The castle includes still atmosphere, with furniture and architecture in most of the time, in the rooms one can still imagine how they lived over time, with the lounges and entertainment of the era, as well as other details.
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  • Along the main road between Fortress and Sterzing, towards North you notice on the left a hill dominated by a castle (Schloss or Burg) Reifenstein, or Reifenstein Castle is located in Pruno/Elzenbaum at 2 km from Sterzing. Reached leaving the car in a clearing gravel at the base of the Hill and along a driveway with moderately steep sections. The structure can only be visited by guided tour. Not recommended for families with children under 6 years (it would be downright boring for them). Open environments, ten, can be traced to two periods: the middle ages and Renaissance. Dim objects. The guide is very prepared and 50 minutes of visit pass pleasantly. To avoid visiting on rainy days because of access trail and the view that would not be adequately served. Unfortunately, perhaps because private castle, there is a dedicated website or facebook page, the information available is on the site of province of Trento.
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