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Unlike many of the castles here in the Molise region this one has quite a lot to see, whereas many others are merely ruins.
The art work is beautiful and the horses depicted on the walls quite beautiful.
The other art work is interesting too...More
A beautiful castle included in the top 20most beautiful castles in Italy... Tickets are just 4€ for adults (while free for kids) and include also the museum nearby and a guided tour of the castle with plenty of explanations about the castle, its art -...More
The oldest part of the Lombard castle of Venafro, in the form of remaining of an internal, narrow staircase, brings you back to the 6th century, perfectly flowing with the events of local Roman history, which culminated with the collapse of the Western empire about...More
At the very top of the Roman town of Venafro, sits the Pandone Castle.
Its quite a hike to get up there, comfortable walking shoes needed.
Once you reach the top, the panoramic views are magnificent.
The castle is filled with interesting art, admission is...More
Glad we stopped here for an hr, from the castle can be seen lovely views of Venafro, it also contains unique horse paintings and historical graffiti and a museum with some beautiful examples of mostly christian works of art taken from disused churches of the...More
This castle is filled with beautiful art. When we visited it it had both Renaissance art, forms of art painted on walls that I had not seen anywhere else in Italy, and a modern art display. The town of Venafro is a hidden gem.
This castle dominates the ancient Roman and medieval town of Venafro (Venafrum). It escaped the ravages of poor restoration of the 20th C and was very carefully restored in the last few years. The walls are now a rich earthy canvas of plain plaster with...More
Great museum showcasing some excellent treasures of religious art including a fascinating carved altarpiece in alabaster from Nottingham and allowing access into the amazing horse fresco paintings Really worth a visit. Absolutely LOVELY staff and free to visit. Only open in the morning so make...More
Since I was the only tourist there, I have a private tour of Castello Pandone Venafro. It's well worth the visit if you're in Venafro. However, since every medieval Italian town has a castle. I wouldn't go out of my way to see it.