We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
We visited Castell'Arquato with two young children (5yo and 6mo).
The child really liked the castles and Bell towers and we enjoyed a nice stroll in the old streets. The walk is not very easy with a stroller, due to the steep roads and uneven...More
Castell Arquato might be a small town but boy do they have a multitude of great restaurants and none better than this. Family owned and run since it opened it offers a fantastic range of dishes and an even better range of local wines, I...More
Interesting medieval town of Castell'Arquato it is in the early 10th century, the Old Town of Castell'Arquato is now a high rock which is strategically important for the valley, now surrounded by the village.
Its picturesque medieval features have led to the burg's appearances in...More
Check times at the website before you go.
Visit time 30-45 min
Entree fee 5,00
Get tickets at the Palazzo del Podestà
There is some nice stuff to see in the tower but most of all you will enjoy the view.
I guess since this was my first castle in Europe I expected expected more, but it was nice. You cannot go up into the tower, which was rebuilt and is not the original. There are some great shops there with hand made necklaces and other...More
Castell'Arquato is a very picturesque medieval burg on the foothills of the Appennines, well worth a visit if you are staying in Milan, Piacenza or Parma. I'd say that it's good for family trips, kids love castles and there are a good many places for...More
Castell'Arquato is a wonderful and well maintained old village located in the Po valley at the foot of the Appennini mountains near Piacenza. It is good for a day visit, not far from Milano. Very good and typical restaurants are in this location.
A magnificent historical village which we enjoyed visiting during a Medieval weekend event. There were Market stalls leading from the Castle down the cobblestone streets to the centre. Lots of handmade crafts for sale. There were musicians and jesters. The little shops and friendly locals...More