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Live the castle life in Italy

Written on : 14 November 2017

‘La Dolce Vita’ in a luxurious castle

What better way to live ‘la dolce vita’ than to try the unique experience of staying in a sublime, authentic castle? Italy is known for its cultural heritage and fascinating history, and over time many beautiful castles full of history and wealth have been built throughout the country. Here is our collection of Italian castles that will make you want to discover this fabulous country.

Castello Perugia, Umbria

A few years ago, this castle was in ruins, then it was completely restored by the Italian architect Domenico Minchilli. Since then, the castle has been reborn from the ashes to offer an exceptional stay to visitors wishing to discover Umbria. You should know that the property dates from the 12th century and was commissioned by the Germanic Emperor, Federico Barbarossa!

The best part of this castle, in addition to its historical past, is its unique location that offers visitors an incredible panorama of the Assisi countryside. Ideal for exploring the region of Perugia in Italy, it is a superb journey full of discoveries and wonders that awaits you!

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Villa Magrano, Umbria

Dating back to the Middle Ages, this beautiful renovated castle was built for the defense of the city of Gubbio against Perugia. Although the defensive features of the exterior have been preserved, bringing charm and authenticity to the property, the interior has been completely redone. The exterior of the castle offers views of the surrounding park, filled with century-old trees, large lawns and a splendid pool.

The castle is located 5 minutes from the small local village by car, and you can easily reach places such as Gubbio, Perugia, Assisi, Spoleto, Cortola and Todi in a short time. Here is the promise of a unique trip to a historic site in the heart of Italy in Umbria.

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Castello Buonconvento, Tuscany

In the heart of 600 hectares of Tuscan countryside, this impressive castle on the hills of Val d'Orcia, between Siena and Montalcino is a historic site recognised by UNESCO. Surrounded by a forest of holm oaks, this sublime building offers the possibility of luxurious holidays in the most comfortable and upscale setting because the castle has been renovated. It is a perfect property to discover Tuscany with family or friends.

Live like royalty at the time with this sumptuous house that offers a tailor-made service, indeed the staff will be at your disposal throughout your stay.

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