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Exactly what you expect a castle to be. It's also lucky to be much loved and therefore well maintained. The museum in the interior halls is full of antique objects that give you an idea of what life was like in the Middle Ages.
Castle Stenico is another castle nestled in the mountains, but this time it’s the drive there from Trento that makes it worthwhile. The mountains seemed different than in the Trento region and so did the houses. We passed picturesque Castle Toblino jutting out into a...More
Stenico Castle sits on the top of a hill high up overlooking the village of Stenico. It is an imposing fortress made up of different buildings built in different centuries. It is made up of a medieval palace for the feudal lords of the castle...More
Perched on the hills a few miles from Trento is the village of Stenico dominated by its magnificent medieval castle. The castle is very well kept and commands breath taking views of the surrounding areas including the waterfalls
I have been to many castles in my time and this is an excellent one. Entry was €7 pp. Content stunning and interesting. Well presented rooms, variety of exhibits. Views are also amazing over Riva del Garda.
A very quaint little town well maintained with a nice castle and waterfall.
If you like nature walks there are a few scenic trails that will take you up over the
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The castle is very well restored, and they show a short movie describing when and how it was built. Not a lot inside, but still a very cool place. Beware, you have to hike a fairly steep path to get there, so wear the right...More
I wasn't expecting to see such a magnificent castle when we arrived in Trento, and to be able to see it free with the guest pass was even better. The rooms have been restored magnificently and the Egyptian artefacts displayed was also unexpected. At the...More
Really nice castle built over the centuries, you will see middle age frescos and a renaissance loggia. Breathtaking view of the valley from the main room on one side and spectacular Rio Bianco fall from the other (only in summer, as the fall dries out...More