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Castel Savoia, Gressoney Saint Jean

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Castel Savoia is located in Gressoney Saint Jean. Plan your visit to Castel Savoia and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Gressoney Saint Jean vacation route planner.
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  • Very nice palace that tells the big love of MARGHERITA for Gressoney and the Monte Rosa. The tour is guided by very competent people. Sure deserve a visit if you are in Gressoney  more »
  • From Donnas Italy we drove the beautiful windy road (SR44) up to Gressoney & took a tour of castle Savoia. The tour is only in Italian. The views are just breathtaking. The whole drive up there & back...  more »
  • Went on a visiting tour, I happened to be the only guest and was taken around privately. A very interesting castle to visit knowing that the last queen Margarita of Italy reigned for 26 days before a ...  more »
  • The views are incredible from inside the Castel Savoia. It's a nice walk through the property.
  • A really nice palace from the late 1800s, the style is quite eclectic and the interiors are in almost perfect condition. Definitely recommended.
  • Castle that served as a summer you become Queen Margherita of Savoy was built in only a few years in the late 1800 and early 1900. Very impressive thanks to a fabulous location really truly impeccable from the maintained Disney decorative features on the ceiling and walls. The panoramic terrace has the wow factor. Can be visited, by very knowledgeable guide and exhaustive, the entire ground floor and upper floor. Only the top floor is not accessible. I visited the castle in early spring, but probably the best period to visit is winter, where castle is nestled in the snow and the glance must surely be very charming. It's a bit out of the way, but I would highly recommend visiting if you pass that way
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  • Castle. If you are in the area a must. Beautiful view of the mountains covered with snow, even in summer. Especially the garden of flowers
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  • Lovely Castle and with breathtaking nature. Good Lord that was driving inside and that he told several anecdotes of the life of royalty. A must see!!
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