Castello Sarriod de La Tour, St. Pierre

#12 of 18 in Historic Sites in Valle d'Aosta
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  • Nice Castle perfectly maintained both murals that the forest because it is one of very few to have been used until the middle of the twentieth century Great guide that detailed us each our least curiosity highly recommended
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  • A castle surrounded by fields of apples, an incredible charm, a blast from the past that deserves to be relived. Visit inside made more enjoyable by well prepared Guide, Maximus, whose friendliness and outstanding preparation made it really interesting our visitor experience.
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  • C are seeing advertising of medieval evening in the Castle and in the perimeter. C we do attract in the castle with a guide and very prepared that c does see and c door right in the middle ages. Castle of the most famous of the Valley but very very interesting!
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  • :: GREAT VIEW & TOURS :: With a working farm and vineyard, this castle shows the both military, religious, and agricultural history. The tour guide was great - we learned a lot about the castles construction, use throughout the centuries, different architectural styles, and the social/religious changes that dictated construction.
  • Nice castle with obligatory Italian spoken guided tour (3 euro for an adult). We were however allowed to walk on our own. All signposts are in Italian. We enjoyed the experience very much. Old castle with old fresco's.
  • Beautiful castle not very famous, beautiful frescoes but even more the ceiling with wooden heads and anthropomorphic figures. recommend a visit knows you are in Saint Pierre.
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  • Of the six castles that I visited today, this is by far the less beautiful. Of course he also has its history, its rare and unusual frescoes, incredibly thick walls, but the rooms are open to the public are few and fairly empty of antiques. The Hall of heads is spectacular! If you have little time to dedicate to visiting the castles in Val d'Aosta, you can jump without much remorse.
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  • Small but well maintained, explaining the change of the castles of the Valley for centuries, see Adding times and consequent loss of frescoes
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