Like a fairy-tale princess. Come on, we know that you dream about that, too. Whose the fault? Maybe of all the fairy-tales we listened to when we were kids, or all the myths and legends that surround them… however, castels, since forever, bewitch all of us. We still don’t know how to become a princess, but we have some many suggestions about the most beautiful castles to visit in Italy. Here’s our top 3, the perfect idea for your next spring weekends!

 

Miramare Castle (Trieste)

With its beautiful view on Trieste’s gulf and its amazing park, Miramare Castle is undoubtedly one of the most famous castle in Italy. It was built in 1856 by order of the House of Hasburg and it welcomed princess Sissi for 14 vacations. Wait for the sunset to take some awesome pictures!

San Marino’s Guaita (San Marino)

The Guaita fortress is the oldest of the three towers constructed on Monte Titano and its one of the most beautiful medieval castles on the italian scene. Don’t be afraid to walk until the castle: you’ll enjoy an amazing view above San Marino and the sea!

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Castel del Monte (Andria)

If this citadel ordered by Frederick II was named a World Heritage Site by Unesco, there must be a reason! What makes Castel del Monte so intriguing are also all its secrets: for example, how its structure is completely built on the number 8’s symbolism and also the reason why it was actually built. It seems it wasn’t meant to be a military defense, but as a temple.

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