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Sep 26, 2017
“Great views from up the top and ring the bell”
Aug 29, 2017
“Striking Tower”
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Piazza Castello 1, 12064, La Morra, Italy
+39 0173 500344
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Reviewed September 26, 2017

You can go in for free and just leave a small donation. The views from up to are spectacular of the surrounding countryside. You can even ring the bell when you get up there.

Thank Peter R
Reviewed August 29, 2017 via mobile

This tower is the most noticeable feature of La Morra. As you walk around this town, the tower is prominent in every view. But La Morra itself is picturesque and is located at the top of a beautiful hill, surrounded by vineyards.

Thank Terry S
Reviewed August 7, 2017

The entrance is free and you can give a donation if you want. It takes 91 steps to get upstair but the view is great ! Just do it !

Thank Hilde1971
Reviewed September 25, 2016

Stunning views. However, there is nowhere to find a drink or something to eat in the area surrounding the Piazza, so once you have looked over the parapet to the stunning view, you leave. Visitors may stick around if there was somewhere to sit and...More

Thank RosalindLoughton
Reviewed September 19, 2016 via mobile

A hilltop village in the wine growing region of Piedmont close to Barolo with narrow cobbled streets winding up the hill and most traffic restricted to car parks lower down the village. The village us picturesque. Fantastic views over the surrounding hills, vineyards and valleys...More

Thank Rvwr2012
Reviewed September 11, 2016

Worth climbing the 5 flights of stairs up this tower. The view at the top is excellent. No charge for entry but watch for the bells (they strike every 30 mins).

Thank Stimpytim
Reviewed August 1, 2016

You can enjoy the amazing views of the surrounding vineyards and hills. La Morra is a great place and must visit in Piedmont.

Thank Savvas123
Reviewed May 2, 2016 via mobile

La Morra village is a wonderful place to visit on a sunny day. Leisurely stroll up the gobbled stones street to the tower. Views are breathtaking. There are several cafes, wine bars, tasting rooms and restaurants on the way. You can easily spend there an...More

Thank TomLuke123
Reviewed April 23, 2016

Not much here other than a view of the La Morra wine region. The same view is available just a few feet away from the edge of the piazza with out the climb.

Thank BobWE
Reviewed April 11, 2016

if you need to up you photo game from the already amazing piazza view climb these stairs. Like most it's a bit scary going up but it's not so tall, take you time, and you see a bit more of the breathtaking area!

Thank seaviaggi
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