Europe’s largest fortress is worth a dusk visit for the circling swallows and golden light.
During this visit we admired - after we got over the which of the desecration (!) fluoro stripes - a giant artwork by Felice Varini. Atmospheric to wander around.
In late June many of the restaurants in the fortress were not in operation or had closed by 10pm, which was surprising. But the central square was still lively.
Wear sensible shoes - the paving stones are uneven.
Bring information on the site - there are few plaques or maps there.
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