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Castello di Pralormo, Pralormo

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  • Beautiful event plants neat and well kept gardens. The cute local comprehensive visits would be interesting to organise themed meals saw the place
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  • Castello di Pralormo-small cute old Castle in the town of Asti, in the Italian province of Piedmont, which is Centre of Turin. To get into the castle is possible only in a warm season-schedule visits to interesting: in April-May-every day, and the rest of the time until 27 November (except August) only on Sunday. This is why get into the castle we could not-the owners were on vacation. The castle was still in 13 century, many times changed its owners that it complemented and rebuilt. With 19 centuries the Castle also has a lovely Conservatory and a very well maintained park. In Fact now the Castle, as the name implies, belongs to the family of Pralormo, names of which named this small Piedmont gorodishka. The Castle has preserved the old interior decorations-tableware, furniture, paintings, recreated 18 century. Cost of attendance-8 euro.
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  • I went to the Pralormo Castle several times, always on the occasion of the event "Messer tulipano" which takes place during the months of April-May in the gardens of the Castle. In one of these times, I stopped even to make the inside visit of the castle is privately owned and you can visit the dungeons. Inside there is a small museum dedicated to the rural world and the life of the past with various tools and machines of yesteryear.
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  • I've been to the castle for a wedding lunch. Beautiful location, buffet in the garden in front of the Castle. Animation with live music. Then lunch in the barn, with beautiful wooden trusses, readjusted for lunches and receptions. Cake, fruit and coffee to the Orangery, old greenhouse for citrus, overlooking the park with large Windows, a large outdoor tent ideal for the summer season, and a very friendly atmosphere with antique brass floor tiles. Beautiful location
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  • The revisited during the event "Mister Tulip": a disappointment. The atmosphere is nice, but offers very little. I remember the first editions as were interesting. Amazing that in an event where Tulips are the protagonists you can't buy bulbs. The Castle visit is short and sparse, as well as honey. For photographers can be interesting to visit. But for me it has closed: overpriced, few content and lack of an ATM. A machine for making money.
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  • If you want to enjoy the beautiful bloom of tulips don't miss the appointment at this beautiful place. Well organized you can have lunch and buy a little of everything in the area, only con arm yourself with patience for long lines at the ticket office if you go on the weekend
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  • Now Messer Tulipano is an annual event not to be missed. A day amid the tulips with the mobile phone that is likely to melt for too many photos. Excellent organization.
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  • Bunogiorno, last week I had the pleasure of visiting your superb exposure. Messer Tulipano deserves praise for both the pleasing arrangement of flowers, ssia for variety. An event to repeat for the joy of the spirit. I took the liberty of sending you a photograph, I hope I have made about all their hard work. I take this opportunity to extend my greetings ... Francesco Gallo.
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