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The location is surreal. Best to see is evening or morning, with sun low on the sky. It makes the mountains more plastic if they have shadows. You can climb the Rocca's walls for free, the inner cube is open only in Sunday. I think....More
Having enjoyed an unforgettable lunch in a nearby restaurant in Santo Stefano in Sessanio, we decided that a good walk would do us good and headed for the historical Rocca Calascio.
This wonderful walk requires the ability to get around in reasonably rough terrain. The...More
The castle is old ruins - nothing special. But it is located on very high hilltop (mountaintop even), above the city. Its dominating the region and gives breathtaking panorama of nearby valleys and mountains. You can just sit there and watch for hours. Be aware...More
A hair raising drive up narrow, winding roads and then a hike to the top. Beautiful views of the surrounding country side. The fortress itself is really neat to look at on the drive up (don't let the driver get distracted, though!) You will recognize...More
Every time we come here, we’re astounded. Totally unique! Best to come outside July and August when you have to park at the bottom and fight Italians (tip: be cheekier than they are!) to get on the shuttle bus to the top. It’s much better...More
Been in Italy a month and one of my top 5 favorite things I have done. If this was in Tuscany or Umbria it would be top 5 thing to do in the country on trip advisor. O pictures does this plave justice.
This is a ‘don’t miss’ attraction as it’s beautiful, free of charge and you’ll feel mesmerized by the vistas and the photo opportunities. Walk around, explore and you’ll find great angles to picture the castle, the church and the ruins.
Be aware though that the...More
I do not know the exact bus that you need to take. Sorry. But the Best spot to start the hike if you are physically fit is... start at Bar Di Vittoria. And hike directly thought the town, you need to see the beautiful houses... More
I do not know the exact bus that you need to take. Sorry. But the Best spot to start the hike if you are physically fit is... start at Bar Di Vittoria. And hike directly thought the town, you need to see the beautiful houses and the culture of this amazing town. Once you are at the top road of Calascio, you have the choice to take the road up to the castle, which is a easier but longer route. If you want to take the shorter route, there is a little path through the grass all the way up to La Rocca