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Castello di Zumelle

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Castello di Zumelle

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48rosa wrote a review Aug 2019
Footscray, Australia159 contributions29 helpful votes
It is very frustrating when you are a traveller and places of interest are not open. I imagine that June through to September is the summer tourist season and therefore some effort should be made to ensure that sights are open to the public.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Response from tavernazumelle, Direttore at Castello di Zumelle
Responded Oct 31, 2019
On the website and Google there are written our opening days, next time let's check! Regards
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Wouter V wrote a review Jul 2019
Zoersel, Belgium35 contributions5 helpful votes
In July 2019 we visited the castle with 2 small children. The drive to get there through the montains is narrow but did not pose any challenges. The entry to the hotel is very well maintained. You pass a small pub that is in ‘theme’ with the castle as well. Nicely done. Entry was 6euro for adults and 3 for children. Fair price. The castle by itself was not very big but was nicely decorated and overall very clean. Kids loved it, both the armory and the main tower climb where their main attractions. We spend about 1h doing the entire visit and staying for a drink. There is a bluetooth app as well that provides you extra information ... personally didnt use it so I cannot comment. Overall, nice experinece. Would recommend if you are in the region
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Date of experience: July 2019
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SlackerUSA wrote a review Feb 2019
Austin, Texas7 contributions1 helpful vote
Driving there was a great experience. The castle is located where you are 'forced' :) to take a scenic drive to get there. Seriously, if the castle wasn't even there, the drive was worth it. But hey, the castle was a delight. If you want to explore a great little castle (keep?), this is the place to go.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Response from Zumelle, Direttore at Castello di Zumelle
Responded Jun 19, 2019
Grazie mille per la sua recensione e per averci fatto visita! Siamo felici che abbia apprezzato il Castello e la sua atmosfera!
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Vittoria B wrote a review Aug 2018
17 contributions2 helpful votes
The castle of what remained of it it is worth the entrance ticket...the place is peaceful even when it is full of people... seriously a nice place to visit
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Response from Zumelle, Direttore at Castello di Zumelle
Responded Sep 30, 2018
Thanks for your kindness!
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lividexpression wrote a review Apr 2018
Hope Mills, North Carolina39 contributions12 helpful votes
The kids really enjoyed the trip. We also stayed at the castle and the stay was nice. The only thing I felt was lacking was they removed the normal library, torture chamber, etc for the event going on. I will have to return at a time all of that is back in place. The tower still had everything installed. The kids still greatly enjoyed themselves with the activities and hiking the area. You get plenty of exercise also in the area.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Response from Zumelle, Direttore at Castello di Zumelle
Responded Apr 8, 2018
Thanks for your opinion! We are happy you loved the place!
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