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Wonderful reconstruction of the tower, very interesting to see inside and take in the view of the Langhe and Tanaro river from the top.
If you want a glass of Barbaresco dont have it here, served in a plastic glass for safety reasons which I...More
The Tower is located on top of the hill, in the center of the town of Barbaresco. Surrounded by the town on the East and South, it abuts the river Tanaro on the North and West, The view from the top is spectacular: acres and...More
Thus tower is a must see, renovated with a lot of care and love for details, awesome view from the top terrasse, nice multimedia screens with good, but it overloaded information about the village.
Only a pity that the entrance is 5 Euro per person....More
In the summer on the weekend, you can book an aperitivo at sunset. This would get 5 stars, but having just returned for our second visit, mid-afternoon and paying 5€ per person, I cannot wax poetic. It’s just okay. You go up in a small...More
Great experience from the Torre de Barbaresco, with a view of the village and the surroundings with the river. Funny or over-the-top is the so-called 'romantic' music they play on top of the tower. I would like the sound of the surroundings.
We came across this special observatory quite by accident while visiting the small and l;lovely town of Barbaresco. We really didn't know what were seeing at first so went to explore. Parts of the tower were very old and you could walk up 76 stairs---not...More
This old and restored tower has a 360, jaw-dropping view of the Barbaresco production area and beyond. A visit to Barbaresco should not go without a visit to this tower.
We visited the tower on a snow stricken winter day. The snow storms cleared and...More
The tower was only visited by one of our party as the outside lift looked very strange. The views from the top were breathtaking but had little more to offer. Those of us on the ground tried to walk around the area which was very...More