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Forte di San Leo, San Leo
Categories: Castles, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Forte di San Leo, the castle where Count Cagliostro died, also houses a museum. You will find a huge display of historical and military items, including armor and weapons such as crossbows and rifles. There's even a small torture chamber. Don’t miss the two towers, which have great views over the cliffs from the top. Arrange to visit Forte di San Leo and other attractions in San Leo using our San Leo travel itinerary maker.
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Maestosa fortezza arroccata su uno sperone roccioso, con una vista panoramica stupenda sul territorio circostante. Noi siamo saliti con il pulmino navetta (ferma davanti ufficio turistico) e scesi a p... read more »Majestic Fort perched on a rocky outcrop, with a panoramic view over the surrounding territory. We hopped the bus shuttle (stops in front of the tourist office) and got off on foot. The cost of the ticket for visiting is amply rewarded by what you admire in and out.show original
Una splendida rocca rinascimentale costruita su uno sperone roccioso che ne esalta la sua funzione difensiva, Teatro di tante battaglie è soprattutto nota per aver ospitato il conte Cagliostro. Al suo... read more »A beautiful Renaissance fortress built on a rocky outcrop which enhances its defensive function, the scene of many battles is especially known for having hosted the count Cagliostro. Inside, very nice gun room and the room where the tools for tortures. Strong you have a beautiful view over the landscape, you can climb or by bus (stops in front of the tourist office) or on foot.show original
Attraversata l'unica porta posta a sud, si entra in una favola d'altri tempi. Da piazza Dante, si coglie l'insieme dei gioielli di architettura che caratterizzano il borgo, vivibile più che mai: la vi... read more »Across the only gate to the South, you get into a story of the past. From piazza Dante, it captures all the jewels of architecture that characterize the village, livable more than ever: the meter maid who answers your questions with a smile that makes you feel at home, the few homes well kept and decorated with colorful flowers, the tranquillity and the clear perception of absolute absence of pollution. This is the scenario that can be seen coming into the village, where you can spend a day full of infinite peace and impressive architectural settings and scenic spots.show original
Giuseppe IppolitoImpressive and historicshow original
Philippe KurtzBeautiful fortress with a great view. From the village you can access this fortress by a trail with a rise of about 10 minutes. Can be the room the torture room, some jails, an apartment, and an exhibition of works of art. After the effort going back down to the village, I recommend a stop at the gelateria.show original
SARA vDefinitely one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, full of magic and mysticism, and the tomb was well preserved fortress prison of Cagliostro, where his "followers" carry flowers in what was his cell. Strong call to Masonic sects where periodically gather. Inside there are many references to famous masons of the past, like Disney, deer, Ford and others. Don't miss the summer reenactment, very impressive with Fireworks which start from the fortress to the music, really exciting. In short, a must see.show original
Chiara FracassiOne of the most suggestive places in Italy! His reputation is tarnished by the lure of the nearby San Marino, however, has nothing of the authenticity of this small and nice village that I recommend to visit. Bring comfortable shoes that will walk:Dshow original
Nubia de Oliveira AmoreVery nice place to visit. I was tree time com my love.show original
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