Castello di Grazzano Visconti, Grazzano Visconti

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The stone towers of Castello di Grazzano Visconti rise above a medieval village and the surrounding countryside. Do explore the halls and stairways of the castle itself, but the main attraction is the castle's park. Spreading over 15 hectares (37 acres), the park is filled with an Italian garden, with dozens of plants and trees. Stop by the pond for a full view of the castle and gardens. For Castello di Grazzano Visconti and beyond, use our Grazzano Visconti itinerary planner to get the most from your Grazzano Visconti vacation.
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  • We stopped here with a group. This is a lovely peek into the Medieval period. The building and shops are very charming and inviting. However, we had so little time here that it just plain and simply n...  more »
  • Replica of a medieval town in Italy. Lots of shops and things to look at. You can buy a small souvenir or a suit of armour, garden ornaments or chess pieces, paintings or handcuffs. Rally interesting ...  more »
  • Unique atmosphere even in the rain. Lovely food at Osteria Al Caminetto best ever hand made pasta ripiena with some fantastic filling. Would love a return visit hoping for better weather.  more »
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  • Visited the Borgo because the castle was closed. It's a pity the castles are not opened during the morning. However the Borgo Di Grazziano Visconti is a nice place to visit and you can also gave lunch there.
  • the village of Grazzano Is in my opinion one of the most beautiful reality in the area. Upon entering you feel like you stepped back in time. However many shops and activities, and always kept alive by many organized events. And you are then take me your little girl and sees his princesses Elsa and Anne and then turning into an Archer to defend the Kingdom from pirates the game and done with the atmosphere of the village live a fantastic adventure
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  • The castle itself is private, so do not always accessible, can only visit the Park. The village is nice but recently rebuild (approximately a century old). The feeling is of being in some kind of theme park for tourists. To visit if there you go but don't go there on purpose. Redeeming factor: the Baker with a wood stove makes great bread.
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  • Cute place. Nothing out of the ordinary. However it's good because there are ample places to walk and look at the buildings that, mind you, are of the early twentieth century. Only the castle is medieval. Points, however, are suggestive and very curious. Interesting are the many initiatives organised especially during spring, summer and autumn.
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  • Medieval village with small shops and restaurants with typical local dishes. Periodically organize events as antique markets, Christmas markets, chocolate party etc. The castle is closed on Sundays.
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