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The Medieval Castle at the Valentino Park was built to host the Ancient Art section of the 1884 Turin Expo: along the Po river and surrounded by walls, the richly furnished castle rises above a small cluster of houses and workshop. The buildings and...more
This is Turin's Portmerion - a wonderful, inspirational fake. Built in 1884 for the Turin Expo, it's as authentic a mediaeval village as it can be, and it's so pretty you almost wish you could have lived then - but then you remember the plague...More
The stores were partially closed, impossible to reach in wheelchair. The castle itself is not wheelchair friendly, so I had to give up my plan of going there. Sad that they care so little about people in wheelchair.
Walking through the area with the little shops is delightful, but the tour of the Castle is exceptional. The guide explains what each of the rooms was used for, and what the artifacts and utensils were used for.
The very good tour is in Italian,...More
This place is pretty unique, should be visited. The only shame was that almost all shops in there were closed, including the facilities (maybe thats why the entry fee was zero). With a bit of an exaggeration one can say the only open thing in...More
The reconstructed buildings are replicas of existing medieval castles etc. There is supposed to be a boat service to the Borgo along the river, but at present it is out of service, so it is quite a long walk. It made a nice change from...More
we visited this reconstructed medieval village out of curiosity, and were delighted to find it very authentic. Many items were of interest to adults, but the younger ones would find lots to see and do, it is a must for a family visit,
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We went to the Borgo on a Sunday and a Monday. Sunday we got to see all the vendors and shops in the Rocca and got to tour the Borgo. Monday everything was closed inside the Rocca and no tour, but we were able to really see... More
We went to the Borgo on a Sunday and a Monday. Sunday we got to see all the vendors and shops in the Rocca and got to tour the Borgo. Monday everything was closed inside the Rocca and no tour, but we were able to really see the village area clearly without all the crowd. We then went on the roundtrip boat ride on the River Po, amazing!