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We visited the Fort at Radicofani, entry was €4 per adult which included a guide booklet in English.
The site has been set up with plenty of information to tell you about the history of the fort. The views from the grounds and top of...More
We visited this amazing place by accident while driving around the beautiful Val d'orcia. We saw the tower of the fortress from miles away (it looked like something from Lord of the Rings from afar!) We didn't realise we could go all the way up...More
Of all the forts we visited in Tuscany this was easily the best, made by the sumptuous 360 degree views from atop the reconstructed tower.
The tower is high and the climb to the top is long has many steps, but there’s a chance to...More
Almost anywhere you are in the Val d’Orcia you can see the tower of the Fortezza looming above you. The reverse is true, when you are up there you can see for miles. Lots of fascinating history here, only snag is that it is not...More
A really old and lovingly restored fortress/castle absolutely steeped in history. It is visible from many towns in the area and as such, affords absolutely brilliant views of the Val d'Orcia. It is not for the faint hearted or the unfit as there are many...More
This to me is a must see if in Tuscany- the Fortress/Castle is incredibly preserved; the views unparalleled, and the Casa Tonietti Restaurant is a must-go-to on its own. It is the best restaurant with a view I have been to.
We'd visited the Fortezza at Radicofani on a previous trip to Tuscany - it has changed a bit. There were lots more people there (might have been because it was a Saturday) and the grounds of the Fortezza itself had been cleared with a bar...More