Palazzo della Corgna - Palazzo Ducale, Castiglione del Lago
(4.1/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
Palazzo della Corgna - Palazzo Ducale is located in Castiglione del Lago. Palazzo della Corgna - Palazzo Ducale is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Castiglione del Lago Edition.
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  • Can hot summer the fortress wall is not the best place for a stroll, but fall is a great place with beautiful views of the Lake and the city. In the Palace there are several rooms with interesting frescos. Recommend a visit.
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  • Admission includes access to the Palace that the castle through the long covered walkway along the Lake Trasimeno. The Palace preserved frescoes, but the exhibition rooms are few. Deserves anyway because it's gateway to access the beautiful and well preserved Castle.
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  • We walked into the building, reported only coming in front, at the bottom of the "progress" of the country, unsure if it was opened and tickets (perhaps over this may improve. We go in and do the 5 euros ticket the entire, very few and well spent as far as we could see. There are about 10 salt (if I remember correctly), some with archaeological finds testify to the antiquity of human settlements in the area, and others with family history of Charles and Lake in General. The most striking thing is that each of these beautiful rooms have beautiful frescoes, perfectly preserved, described by the panels, very clear. After the Palace leads to the fortress (all very well preserved) attached by a long, narrow and intriguing hallway between the walls, looking out on the Lake, a really cool experience. Once you arrive at the fortress don't be put off by some steep stair, turn all the towers, to the top, to immerse yourself in a unique atmosphere full of history and to enjoy breathtaking views over the Lake. Having visited this attraction in a Saturday very uncrowded I definitely could easily wander in the visit and in the photos. Maybe the glass door (absent) and the male is not exactly the best, but they're things you forgive again. A small suggestion? Think of offer with a small addition to the ticket a guided tour (waiting for the formation of groups who know, of 5 or 10 people, according to the flow). Have someone while exploring the halls of the Palace and fortress structure explain a little better the history of the complex, the frescoes and the historical events, would add a lot to the usability and quality of visit (compared to Pablo in only Palace, absent in the fortress). A visit which I highly recommend to anyone walking in the area
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