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Adventures of my life wrote a review Oct 2018
66 contributions27 helpful votes
I like the structure of this castle one of the good castle of Aosta valley there's an event sometimes inside and you need to do a booking it has a nice view of Chatillon and Saint Vincent I go with my dog outside the castle and we play and enjoy the beautiful view.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Archaeobuff wrote a review Mar 2017
Sydney, Australia1,725 contributions410 helpful votes
I followed a long trail uphill to Ussel castle that towered over the valley. I stopped at a farmhouse style inn just in front of the castle that had closed for lunch and gave me coffee and a snack of dubious quality. The castle was impressive from the outside though and a rather unique block construction. Interesting but not the highlight of my visit to the castles of the Aosta valley.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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Nancy S wrote a review Mar 2016
The Sea Ranch, California9 contributions1 helpful vote
The entire Aosta Valley is strewn with these wonderful stone monuments. This one is particularly grand.
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Date of experience: October 2015
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Pudik wrote a review Oct 2015
Tel Aviv, Israel754 contributions192 helpful votes
A great monument of medieval epoch, unique monoblock castle. Unfortunately, the castle was closed without any explanation. I can only enjoyed fantastic views on valley, ten kilometers to both sides, and green surrounding village. The castle itself built on granite rock, directly on cliff, so you can't go around. i was very disappointed impossibility to come inside the castle.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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