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Castello di Rivalta, Gazzola

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Thirteenth-century Castello di Rivalta was built for the wealthy Landi family. Explore the dining room, kitchen, wine cellar, bedrooms, prison cells, and the tower, which offers a great view from the top. The site also includes a small village, with craft shops, military museums, hotels, and parks. Put Castello di Rivalta at the forefront of your travel plans using our Gazzola trip itinerary maker.
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TripAdvisor
  • Castle tour was interesting, even when we didn't speak Italian. (English available if you reserve ahead.)  more »
  • The castle is a private property and some rooms are opened for visiting with guide. Our guided visit was in Italian and we could understand perfectly the history of the castle and its owners with our ...  more »
  • I loved everything about it! The charm, the way it makes you dream of knights and fairies, the great collection of unique pieces of history and art, but most of all, the guide! Thank you, Alessia!! Yo...  more »
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  • Magnificent stronghold. Well maintained and with a simply great static display of uniforms and weapons. Competent guide illustrated all castle secrets
  • Beautiful castle next to a beautiful borgo. Free parking.
  • gorgeous ancient castle. had a lovely visit, a historian took us to see some of the rooms although the family still lives there. I particularly appreciated the 17th century games and toys and the armours hall.
  • Nice place to visit. Unfortunately the castle was closed when we arrived here but we had a very good lunch in this area.
  • A guided tour of this castle well worth the trip. The family who still live there has some interesting collections, and in any case it is maintained very well, at least that is what we can see in areas open to the public. It can also happen to bump in hanging about for the courtyard of his house ... and find out it was him just when you see the different photographs, scattered throughout the rooms of the Castle, with famous people:D
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