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Visited almost be accident. Was walking around Vicopisano and wanted to generally look around. Accidentally found a brilliant and passionate tour! A father/daughter pair of guides who could communicate in multiple languages (English/Italian/French witnessed) and cared so deeply about their town and its history. As...More
Went on Sunday afternoon. Didn't have to wait long for a tour. The professor as mentioned by others on here was incredibly knowledgable, interesting and somewhat quirky - in a good way. This is obviously his life and passion. We all found the tour to...More
We stayed in Vicopisano by chance; whilst wandering around we came across the Rocca di Vicopisano, which we discovered would be open for a tours at the weekend. We visited on a very hot Sunday morning. The tour was really interesting, our guide, John, spoke...More
My wife and I took a tour of the castle and premises and were thoroughly impressed! The tour guide was very knowledgeable in the history of the castle and spoke in English as well as Italian. It is an impressive tower with multiple rooms accessed...More
Had a lovely 2h guided tour through the castle, down into the dungeon and up to the tower - full of details and history, led by a professor for this subject (!) who would answer any question and made the tour both in Italian and...More
While in Vicopasarno we took a tour of the tower.The views from top were spectacular and well worth the climb.Through each part of the castle from the prison cells, the walls and the tower we were given excellent explanation and history.Many levels within the tower...More
We were staying close to Vicopisano and could see the castle in the distance so decided to visit. I think it is only open on weekends so we went on Sunday afternoon, not expecting much. Instead we had an excellent tour in English, just for...More
The guided tour of the Rocca del Brunelleschi was the highlight of our few days in this quaint little North Tuscan village. This was made so much better by the quality of the guide who appears to have dedicated his life to its history and...More
The Rocca opens only on weekends as least during the time we have been there. Because the road signs following the SGC Fi-Pi-Li announces the castello we have been hit by surprise realizing the opening hour. Although the walls and towers are worth a stroll.