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Larochette Castle, Larochette

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Castle Tourist Spot
Since the 11th century, one castle or another has held court where Larochette Castle now sits. A steep walk up to the castle entrance rewards you with views over the small town and the surrounding countryside. If you have a rental car, you'll find free parking at the top of the hill. Ruined castle walls weave around the hills, many marking hidden passages and tunnels that are begging to be explored. The restored section of the castle sometimes hosts art exhibits, but its old stone halls can also be toured between art shows. A cafe with a bakery on the attraction's grounds will help refresh you after your castle tour. Put Larochette Castle into our Larochette trip itinerary maker and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • This castle is very nice, but to tell the truth haven't seen inside. Nice walk to the top and had icecream at the entrance. Toiletts are very clean. Nice staff with a cute black dog. You can park in t...  more »
  • Larochette castle is nice to be seen not only out-side as a building, but also inside. There are some interesting exhibitions of the history of the the castle and its owners, also of furniture and tap...  more »
  • The castle is situated on the hill overlooking Larochette. The walk up there via the footpath is a bit steep and only advisable if you can walk well. There is a car park at the top of the hill. A tick...  more »
  • A great place with handy illustrations of the interiors you're looking at as they were back then. No crowds, no "don't touch this, don't go there" rule, a perfect place to relax, explore and reflect. A free parking and a little birdie are included!
  • A nice ruïn which gives a great view over the town. Inside the ruin you find building which has information and illustrations on what you are looking at. And how it was back in the medievel times. Entrance ticket is cheap.
  • Some nice ruins, but very little information available while walking around.
  • The views to and from the Castle are fantastic. A great place to wander around. It's nice being able to make your way around the ruins and rebuild it in your mind. The restored part is also very good. They hold temporary exhibitions etc in there, we saw a variety of art on show.
  • The remains are not that much, but the explanations on what is what and the restored building give an impression about life in those days, which makes it worth visiting if you are around.