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The castle is simple as it is, is beautiful and clean, geat view from top. Its also cheap to go around and take pics on it. But also, isnt part of Lamas' history. Now, i like archeology and i yravel to know typical culture, so...More
To visit the nice pueblo of Lamas is recommended if you have enough time snd like to stroll around a bit. And also to make your own opinion about this castle.. it’s worth the visit because of the odd picture it is, to see a...More
I liked the castle. Fun to walk around. No particular history, just an interesting construction by a local businessman. Great views of the surrounding valley. BUT a word of warning. Don’t use the restaurant there. I made the mistake of not nailing down the price...More
Castle has nothing to do with the history of Lamas. It was built ten years ago by an eccentric italian business man who owns a pizzeria in nearby Tarapoto. Peruvian people are told that it is a typical european castle, as if it could compared...More
This is a truly unique place. The views from the top of the castles are spectacular!!! The rooms of the castle are beautiful.I wish I could live there. The person who built the Castle has a great Italian restaurant in Tarapoto. I am embarrassed I...More
Mostly for taking pictures in a quaint location that seems out of place in the peruvian rainforest. Not much to do, just walk around and climb a couple of floors to get a better view of the area surrounding it. Interesting (if weird) decoration with...More
We came here with a tour and it was cheap enough. The entrance price was included.
The castle was the main attraction. It was nicely done but for European visitors probably not worth it for the architecture.
The views though are definitely worth a visit....More
The castle is beautiful. So an Italian guy lives there, and it is stunning, the location, but all you really get to do is walk through one great room, go in a 3 story tower, eat at the restaurant with like 5 tables, and look...More