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Castello Pallotta

Via del Cassero, 2, 62020 Caldarola, Italy
+39 0733 905467
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A Step back in Time

How fortunate for us that my cousin Antonio and his wife Lucia brought us to Castello Pallotta... read more

Reviewed November 23, 2016
Anand N Matilda A
Worth a visit but as it was September we had an audio guide.

The visit was just OK, just 4 of us in the party and was offered an audio tour, we were escorted... read more

Reviewed September 10, 2016
Pam B
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Blaye, France
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Castello Pallotta is located in Caldarola, a charming village in the heart of Le Marche region, in the province of Macerata. The castle was built in the ninth century and was restored at the end of the sixteenth century by the cardinal Evangelist Pallotta. He decided to transform the building into a majestic Renaissance residence.The ancient castle walls are still intact, as are its Guelph crenelations, battlements and drawbridge. The visit takes you through the historic building, where every ornament is placed in its original context with great attention to detail.
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  • Average5%
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Via del Cassero, 2, 62020 Caldarola, Italy
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Reviewed November 23, 2016

How fortunate for us that my cousin Antonio and his wife Lucia brought us to Castello Pallotta. All rooms and artefacts are kept in pristine condition, you get a real feel of what life was like all those centuries ago. So much history, opulence and...More

Thank Anand N Matilda A
Reviewed September 10, 2016

The visit was just OK, just 4 of us in the party and was offered an audio tour, we were escorted throughout by a friendly Italian girl but her English was limited, we were allowed to wander within each room without hassle. Lots to see...More

Thank Pam B
Reviewed August 1, 2016 via mobile

As a lover of castles and other old buildings, the Castello Pallotta was high on my list of things to visit during my holiday in the Marche. I was not dissappointed: firstly, the castle is located just outside of the lovely town of Caldarola and...More

Thank Rachelle G
Reviewed October 24, 2013 via mobile

Visited this gem on our recent Italian adventure. Drove from Cortona and arrived in the PM ..... The Castle sits on a steep hill at the edge of a small village . Well worth the time . The castle and furnishing are very unique and...More

1  Thank ah3000Car
Reviewed October 23, 2013

The castello sits up on the hill above the town of Caldarola. The castle is in remarkable condition both inside and out and still contains the original furnishings, clothing, and early transportation vehicles. It also has a small private collection of medieval arms. The best...More

Thank PDX_MarkC
Reviewed December 27, 2012

You enter a small courtyard and ring the bell for the guide. The castle is family owned and was lived in until comparatively recently so has warm feel. It is small for a castle and rooms are not roped off you feel more like guest...More

1  Thank RoamerItaly
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