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Serralunga d'Alba Castle, Serralunga d'Alba
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  • Thanks to the good weather is worth the stop to admire the landscape and Castle really nice
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  • Serralunga d'Alba Castle was built by the Falletti family between 1314 and 1320. It overlooks one of the most beautiful and intact villages of the Langhe, surrounded by the hills of the great wines, including Barolo. Considered as one of the examples best-preserved of noble castles in the 14th century in Piedmont, it is unique in Italy. Great views over the vineyards of the Langhe, we visited a cellar with a friend in the area, their wine was sublime.
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  • The castle can be visited only by guided tour. 6 euros each for adults. Interesting rooms that display on the walls writing and drawings dating back to 1600 made by Spanish soldiers during the occupation of the Castle or from peasants who, more recently used it as a warehouse. From the top you can enjoy a splendid panorama.
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  • Weather was bad, the fog pretty much destroyed the view. However guide was informative and friendly.
  • Historical place with marvelous view.
  • Nice little castle
  • Amazing Castle situated in the beautiful countryside of Alba. The guides are very prepared and make the visit to the castle is very interesting and exciting. A must see.
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  • Castle unique for its history and characteristics. Great guides who love tourists. Worth a quick visit.
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