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Castles to stay in Italy?

Monumental and imposing buildings that transport us to other eras with their atmospheres full of magic. Find out here which are the 10 must-see castles in Italy?

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Castles to stay in Italy?

Castles have always been part of our imagination: for girls, the dream of being princesses came to mind, and for boys, brave knights! Europe in general has several castles from other times, one more beautiful than the other. Some of these castles are located in Italy, in different regions and the coolest: to stay in all of the ones listed. Let’s find out the best Castles to stay in Italy? And what are the 10 must-see castles in Italy? Here at Your Travel to Italy with Ana Patricia you make the trip of your dreams!!! ALSO: see our “Accommodation in Italy – Tips for your holidays!”

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1) Castles to stay in Italy? PETROIA CASTLE – UMBRIA

Built in the 12th century, it is one of the most beautiful Italian castles. The site served as a fortress in the medieval era, and was the home of lords until the end of the 18th century, in addition to being the headquarters of an agricultural company. Its last renovation took place in the 90s, which turned it into a hotel. The Castle has 13 rooms and all are different from each other, with spectacular views. Also read: 5 must-see castles to sleep in Tuscany!

Average daily rate: EUR 200.00

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2) Castles to stay in Italy? MONTERONE CASTLE- PERUGIA, UMBRIA

Built in 1200, the Castle was badly damaged in the 15th and 16th centuries, due to internal wars in the region. The first restoration works began in 1849 and, in the same year, it was reopened; the current aspect of the Castle took place with its expansion, in 1886 and remains so today. Its stone walls are charming and everything seems to have come out of a fairy tale book.

Average daily rate: EUR 250.00

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3) Castles to stay in Italy? RONCADE CASTLE- RONCADE, VENETO

One of the simplest on the list, but it leaves nothing to be desired by the other ‘giants’! Modest, is a small castle built in 1505. With a predominance of Renaissance architecture, it is surrounded by medieval walls with two towers.

Average daily rate: EUR 180.00

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4) Castles to stay in Italy? CASTELLUCCIA CASTLE – ROME, LAZIO

Built on the ruins of a Roman villa from the imperial age, between the 12th and 13th centuries, it is a magical place and rich in legends. In its 8 centuries of history, it was home to several families of nobles and illustrious characters. It was completely renovated to its former splendor and reopened as a hotel in March 2002. In the heart of Rome, it is one of the most magical places in Italy.

Average daily rate: EUR 250.00

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5) Castles to stay in Italy? SPALTENNA CASTLE – GAIOLE IN CHIANTI, TUSCANY

It is one of the most beautiful castles in the Tuscan region and was built in the 19th century. Its decoration has desks, beds and chests in iron and details in marble, without losing the rustic style of the place.

Average daily rate: EUR 800.00

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6) Castles to stay in Italy? PETRAIO CASTLE – MONTERIGGIONI, TUSCANY

Another jewel of Tuscany, it is one of the best known castles in the region. In the 12th century the castle belonged to the Soarzi family, one of the most important in the region, after the heyday of the family’s prestige, it decayed and in the 12th century the castle became part of the Saracini family. In the mid-1800s, the castle passed through the hands of the Masson family and, finally, belonged to the family of barons Neri del Nero. In the 70s, undergoing a restoration, it was discovered that in the 18th century the castle was a village in its last glory years. Today it also works as a winery and produces wines, olive oils and grappa.

Average daily rate: EUR 200.00

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7) Castles to stay in Italy? VELONA CASTLE – MONTALCINO, TUSCANY

Located at the top of a hill, despite being from the 11th century, it is extremely modern, elegant and the views around the castle are quite beautiful. It was used as a fortress centuries ago and was completely renovated in 1997. Today it has its own spa and vineyards.

Average daily rate: EUR 500.00

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8) Castles to stay in Italy? VICCHIOMAGGIO CASTLE – TUSCANY

Formerly known as Vicchio dei Longobardi, the history of the castle begins around AD 1400. In the medieval era, the castle demonstrated all its strength and importance in the defense of Florence during wars between peoples who sought to dominate it. Soon after, he became the home of noble families and hosted Leonardo Da Vinci while he painted Monna Lisa. Full of history, it is one of the most beautiful castles in Italy and it is not difficult to understand why!

Average daily rate: EUR 200.00

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9) Castles to stay in Italy? TORNANO CASTLE – TUSCANY

Its history begins in the 9th century. In the year 1427, it had 32 inhabitants divided into 5 families. During the Aragonese invasion of 1453 and 1477, the castle was destroyed; in the 70s of the 20th century, the Selvolini family, from Florence, reformed the castle and brought back all its splendor.

Average daily rate: EUR 210.00.

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10) Castles to stay in Italy? DISINIO CASTLE HOTEL – PIEDMONT

Full of charm and sophistication, it is one of the most famous castles in the Piedmont region. Built in 1142 by order of the Marquis Del Carretto, it is one of the oldest in the area of winemaking in Barolo. Until the year of its renovation, in 2000, it was a private home and self-sustaining farm. Reopened as a hotel in 2005, it is one of the most sought after by tourists.

Average daily rate: EUR 300.00.

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Conclusion

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