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The Castello dei Vicari is situated on a hill that was inhabited from ancient times. The first document relating to its existence dates back to 1043 when a plot of land belonging to the Castle of Lari was sold for a sword. It was the site of the...more
The museum offers an interesting insight into why Lari is as it is, from it's beginnings to the 20th century . It's history is laid our briefly in Italian and English with interactive sections to keep everyone interested.
Remember to have a walk around outside...More
Great castle with information displays, videos and tour guides in English and Italian. Cost our family €12 and with every cent. Amazing views and provided a great insight into the rich history of the region.
We were absolutely amazed by the way that this has been done and how informative and interesting it is, all for the cost of 4 euro each. It tells the history by both visual tables selecting your relevant language to read all about it and...More
We didn't know there was a castle here but ended up in Lari on our way somewhere else, what a great find!
Great views of the countryside and Lari is a beautiful little Tuscan town.
Definitely worth a stop!
We were there on a Sunday and the castle was closed for visitors. But, we could walk up to almost the top and walk all around the castle on/along the wall. The scenery was great. Well worth the effort, even if you can't go inside.
Since spring 2016 the little museum has some multimedia explanations which make it interesting even for children (if the are previously not affected by the Middle Ages and knights). We have spent more than one hour there and would have spent even more time outside...More
We visit this little castello for a short trip on our journey throu tuscany.
We expectet nothing and thought the castello was closed, so we walked around and suddenley a Woman opens a Window and asked if we want to join the excourse. So we...More