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Castello Carlo V, Lecce
(2.7/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
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  • We asked the information point and put us off in the visit, because there was only a photo exhibition and was bare, we overlook the entrance was an old carriage and from outside the facility is very impressive but we discouraged, should be exploited better
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  • The castle is impressive and should be valued. Unfortunately it is often rented for meetings various then not open
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  • I had planned to see the Castle, but was pleasantly surprised to find an Andy Warhol exhibition, along with other art exhibitions inside. The castle has been restored beautifully, but in and of itself...  more »
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  • Castel is beautiful but a lot of it is closed off for renovation. We also could not see the underground portion because the lights were out when we were there
  • Very little to see inside except an art exhibition. More of the castle wall and Tower looked like it might be possible to see. Except currently closed
  • We came on a Saturday and were told it was closed until Tuesday. We came back on Thursday and were told it was closed again for 16 days. The signs did not indicate so and the staff were impolite.
  • Bellisima! One of the strangest place I've ever seen, but it is very interesting!
  • It is a small exhibition space within the castle of Charles V, divided into two separate rooms, which exhibits some precious works of masters mainly religious-themed, and some explanation of art. Despite what indicated on the websites, it's not free, but a fee. Often there is some display, in our case the medieval torture instruments with distinct but indivisible tickets: I find it a stretch to unfair and disrespectful of the user's choice. For the rest, the Museum should be expanded and enhanced, because of its peculiarity
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