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Castello e Parco di Masino

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Alex100000 wrote a review Aug 2019
275 contributions67 helpful votes
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National Trust membership grants you free access to the site (excluding special tours). Overall the place is stunning, not crowded at all, beautifully preserved with some really unique features, the caffè is truly well done with some good food choices which are properly served and very nice. The staff could not do more to assist you. We took two additional tours for 5 euros (queen apparente) and 8 euros for the cellars, vineyard with a tasting of local wine. Worth every penny. The guides are passionate about the place and pride shines through as they recount the history. This makes the tours rather spell binding. Best of all, the place is worth it for the view alone. I strongly recommend a visit.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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leroysmithyone wrote a review Jul 2018
Birmingham, United Kingdom2 contributions7 helpful votes
The place was cold and the people not welcoming. The rooms were with very little furniture and very dark.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Oramazda wrote a review May 2018
Dollar117 contributions73 helpful votes
Fantastic views of the surrounding area. The story of a families declining fortunes but they were able to keep most of the historical items and the castle and grounds are being renovated. Well worth a visit. Some of ceilings are wonderfully preserved. Guide books available in English. Not all rooms as yet accessible. Very pleasant walk around the grounds.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Astrid M wrote a review Aug 2017
Oosterwolde, The Netherlands239 contributions76 helpful votes
When you are in the neighbourhood a must see. A beautiful palace with wunderfull views and nice garden. There is a guided Tour of one hour. There are nice rooms with great paintings, ceilings, furnature etc. but they are not top. It is not made by the best artists but it gives you a nice indication how the elite who where not princes or ducs lived.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Irina D wrote a review Jul 2016
Turin, Italy74 contributions2 helpful votes
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The castle itself is very big but you can visit only several rooms (1h or 1,5h organized and guided visits only) as the rest of the castle was under the renovation work (at least that's what I understood). It is very interesting for those who likes history. Once finished with visiting castle inside, go outside and have a walk first in the outside garden with its labyrinth (they claim that it's one of the biggest in Europe) and admire breathtaking panoramic views from several points. Then go back to the castle and have a walk at its garden, just before the castle's wall. Overall very pleasant time spent in a nice location.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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