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A trip into Bergamo medieval history

With a group of friends we visit this castle on the occasion of Castelli Bergsmaschi open day... read more

Reviewed October 4, 2016
RaluMi73
via mobile
A blast from the past

In Malpaga every year they put on the historical commemoration: figures who are dressed in ancient... read more

Reviewed July 18, 2015
Moira R
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Puerto Rico, Spain
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Oct 5, 2017
“Sunday outing”
Oct 4, 2016
“A trip into Bergamo medieval history”
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In the heart of Serio Park, where the time seems stopped in the XV century, there is the Malpaga Castle.It has ancient medieval origins: it was built in 1300 but it became famous only in the 1456 thanks to his owner Bartolomeo Colleoni, the General...more
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Via Marconi 20 | Frazione Malpaga, 24050 Cavernago, Italy
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Reviewed October 5, 2017 via mobile

Worth a visit combined with lunch. Did a guided tour which was interesting but glad we paid a reduced fee as the full price of €9 would have been over the top.

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Reviewed October 4, 2016 via mobile

With a group of friends we visit this castle on the occasion of Castelli Bergsmaschi open day. There were guided tours each hour starting from 10am. The castle is fantastic, having all the frescos from XV-XVII century still visible, full of details and stories of...More

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Reviewed July 18, 2015

In Malpaga every year they put on the historical commemoration: figures who are dressed in ancient clothes, flag-wavers, stalls...everything and everybody strictly in the Mediaeval style. As an alternative to the historical commemoration, you can always take part in the Medieval dinner organized inside the...More

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Reviewed September 24, 2014

The castle and the surrounding structures are (and have always been) privately owned: a not-so-common arrangement for historically significant properties. The castle itself is rather small as the original owner (Bartolomeo Colleoni, general and landowner) seemed to prefer to house his servants and soldiers outside...More

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