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Castello di Santa Severa, Santa Marinella

Categories: Castles, Tourist Spots
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3.5/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web
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  • A beautiful location, a beautiful castle with the sea that embraces the surrounding landscape. Truly a place to visit but be careful of the calendar! Surprise Sunday 1 Castle is closed! From 25 September until next Easter of 2017 for disposal of the Lazio region we cannot see so they told us about the place ... ABSURD! Do not allow at least through Saturday and Sunday to inspect it: does just displeasure to think that we have some wonderful places that are not visible to bureaucratic problems and they say costs ... better not to investigate!
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  • ... we expected better. Many hours of waiting to get seen who hadn't booked on line. The ticket costs 5 euros but it's worth not bank holidays. It is true that the visits are guided tours but we only saw the rooms with video clips illustrating the history of the place. Can not be visited in other rooms because they are only three years that can be visited and is not yet secured. The outside and too modern because the municipality wanted to make a tourist village has suffered vandalism inside for lacking furniture and frescoes. The guides are prepared but the ticket price is excessive
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  • The castle of Santa Severa is beautiful but to visit it you must register online or once you arrive, if you are lucky, you have to wait a while for the next guided tour, only way to get into the Castle. In fact even you can enter the castle: the tour includes admission only three rooms and watching two videos. Overall visits are rather dull. Once outside the Castle you will be surprised by the carelessness of the area surrounding the Castle where it's easy to find heaps of garbage abandoned (as shown)
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  • Amazing and Ancient. The First Stones comes from the III B.C.!
  • Bad experience degradation and dirt rule sorry for the Castle but around it a sadness garbage and people of color who sell and get dirty all the time the beach with labels and various odds and ends not to mention of the municipality that does not deal with minimally cleaning the same shameful sorry for the beautiful sea
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  • Charming place
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  • The Castle and the village are well worth a visit. The location is beautiful, too bad that the Interior of the castle is only partially usable. Very interesting, in the immediate vicinity, the museum dedicated to Pyrgi.
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  • Nice interesting good driving
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