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Forte Di Exilles, Exilles
(3.5/5 based on 160 reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Really interesting attraction. Less famous Fort in apertures but worthy of a visit for his incredible story.
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  • The property would require further extensive work to make it a Museum of interest. Lacking adequate structures at the service of tourists
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  • I visited several times this Fort and in different months, great posting guide even though the place is still a bit run down, but there is an air of history and worth living even if only for a day, wonderful even the village that has small streets very characteristic and suggestive.
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  • Its a perfectly nice place to visit however when we went every single thing was shut and apart from the actual fort itself there isn't much to look at
  • Just do yourself a favour, and visit this place!
  • The lovers (or not) of historical events should not miss a visit to this strong defensively, whose first documents about its construction dates back to 1339. You can access to the Fort is the steep hill leading to the drawbridge or by a lift on the side. Access is free (July 2016) and you can follow a guided tour through the "friends of the Fort". Inside the Fort there are miniature reconstructions in different centuries, there are screenings in a separate room, a Museum, a chapel and a bar. The Fort is in a great panoramic position, alone worth the visit.
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  • Shame! The usual Italy where the artistic patrimony is handled very badly. Don't waste your time. In late July, while being opened, entering one discovers that the basement are closed, the balconies are closed, closed, closed, or as they say: "we still have to open" ... when?? Since the place is advertised as open? The place is actually open to the public, but all the interesting things are closed.
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  • Opening hours: from Tuesday to SUNDAY FROM 10.00 A.M. to 18.00 pm. The entrance up to the courtyard of the Knight will be STRONG CLOSURE is provided free on 30 SEPTEMBER 2016 wasn't for the story is worth a quick visit.
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