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Via Fratelli Rosselli 20, 28100, Novara Italy
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 Wine tasting experience & Novara private guided tour
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Wine tasting experience & Novara private guided tour

Choosing this guided tour starting from Milan tour you will go to visit a local cellar located in the countryside of Novara producing Nebbiolo, Vespolina, Erbaluce wine and after the visit to the winery you will have the wine tasting (three different kinds of vine) and the visit of the cellar. Then you will go to the city of Novara you will walk around the city center to see the most important attractions such as the castle (form outside) and the cathedral. This is a private tour for your group only or only for you if you are a single tourist.
US$181.78 per adult
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Paul Legate wrote a review Nov 2020
St Ives, United Kingdom16,674 contributions33,821 helpful votes
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Il Broletto is a collection of buildings of differing architectural styles of varying ages that surround an imposing inner courtyard. The Palace of the Paratici is stunning with its layered arches. Within Il Broletto is an art gallery as well as a cafe. It is a delightful place of historical importance which is a must see whilst in Novara.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Marina R wrote a review Sep 2019
Rome, Italy284 contributions91 helpful votes
I booked a table on the morning for lunch at 12.45 (in Novara it is important to book in advance in touristy or places used by locals). Maybe the best risotto mantecato con parmigiano had in a long while. Under the arches enjoying the slight breeze on a warm day
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Date of experience: September 2019
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VirgilCWolf wrote a review Dec 2016
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Since it's restoration there's always something very clever in its usage... Beautiful setting worth a peek
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Date of experience: December 2016
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dmittleman wrote a review Jan 2016
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida1,346 contributions559 helpful votes
Il Broletto is a lovely courtyard. There is no doubt about that. But it's just a courtyard. And there are far nicer courtyards throughout Italy. Take a look. Better yet, have a coffee at the small cafe at the side of the courtyard. It's delicious.
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Date of experience: January 2016
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Epicureanist wrote a review Jul 2015
Novara, Italy47 contributions19 helpful votes
We got married here, My UK family and friends were blown away that such a venerable public building should still be in use for the purpose it was built. This is not a rusty, dusty museum, but a vibrant everyday part of Novara Society. The architecture and frescos have been thoughtfully maintained without losing their antiquity to renovation. You truly feel like a part of history, and that you are in some small way a part of future history. The Registrar was very kind and understanding (we had forgotten the rings!) and personally presented us with an English copy of Shakespeare's 116th sonnet - a lovely personal touch.
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Date of experience: December 2014
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