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Castello di Romena, Pratovecchio
(4.4/5 based on 45 reviews on the web)
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  • Located on a hill overlooking the beautiful valley of the Arno, a short distance from Pieve di Romena, this magnificent Castle casentinese is another treasure of this beautiful countryside. The imposing structure that stands out in this landscape, consists of the remains of the magnificent three walls and the remaining three towers that remained inside. Definitely a strong structure, but stunningly beautiful, to be admired. Splendid is the panorama overlooking the entire Valley that follows the path of the River to the South. To visit and come back again!!
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  • the castle itself I wasn't overly excited. Much more impressive seeing it from Cypress. Though the visit gives an excellent overview of the Tuscan hills
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  • The ruins of the castle of Romena are truly impressive: the walls surrounding the top of a hill and the towers, partly in ruins, are visible from kilometres away. Upon entering the former parade ground, it underwent the impression of being in a military fortification, which was supposed to be guarding the alto Casentino. Unfortunately, the towers are not visible (except for a glass-enclosed room), which makes the visit more short than it deserves ...
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  • Neat castle, closed more often during the Fall/Winter months.
  • To visit. A place of charm with panoramic views of the Casentino. Hosted Dante in the first period of exile
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  • Classic Tuscan landscape. Driveway with double row of cypress trees, and on top of the Hill the remains of a real medieval castle, which has a quote from Dante's Divine Comedy.
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  • 3 euro to visit, really nice. Castle closed but some room is open.
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  • Nice view, too bad the castle is always closed
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