The castle was built in the late 11th-early 12th century and was restored several times in the following centuries. In the late 19th century and in 1956 remains of tombs from the Iron age, as well as weapons and armors were found in the area.
The Castle also had dungeons built during the first World War as part of the so-called linea Cadorna. It currently houses gardens and a group of birds of prey , raised by a local falconer.
It became open to the public in 1999. The tower houses a permanent exhibition dedicated toLariosaurus, an extinct sea reptile from the Middle Triassic period, which takes its name from the lake after its discover in Perledo in 1830.
So now that we have shared a little history about this beautiful castle let’s get to the fun part.
We visited Milan and as we always end with with super amazing LLFs all around the globe. It was a day we will surely remember for a long time. Spending the day with David an his wife Marni. It was just magnificent.
It’s cost £4 for adults and £3 for kids. And you walk in the castello and they give you paper that tells you all about the castle.
The walk through the castle took about 20min… We took lots of pictures. Here are a few of our day at the castle.