The Scaligero Castle is the undisputed symbol of the magnificent village of Sirmione and is nothing short of incredible. Here is all the information regarding timetables, ticket prices, duration of the visit and openings.
- Scaligero Castle Sirmione: history and information
- Rocca Scaligera: what to see and architecture
- Rocca Scaligera: ticket price, opening times and useful contacts
- Rocca Scaligera Sirmione: images and photos
Scaligero Castle Sirmione: history and information
Il Scaliger Castle of Sirmione is one of the most beautiful lake fortifications in Spain and in the world and, without a shadow of a doubt, is one of the most spectacular, incredible and best preserved in the Lake Garda.
Probably built between the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, the Rocca Scaligera it was strongly desired by the Della Scala family of Verona as a defensive garrison of the village and the port and when Sirmione it passed under the control of the Republic of Venice, during the first years of the 400th century, was strengthened and the dock was built.
Over the centuries, the inland basin of the Scaliger Castle was buried by heaps of debris then, starting from 800, it became walkable but, starting from 1919, extraordinary renovations began to bring the structure to its maximum splendor and, above all, to make the water of the Lake Garda inside.Sirmione discos and night clubs
Only to March 2018 the Rocca Scaligera it was officially open to the public thanks to the Museums of the Lombardy Region.
Rocca Scaligera: what to see and architecture
La Rocca Scaligera of Sirmione it has an architecture very similar to contemporary manors scattered throughout the territory and therefore has shielded towers open inside but the real gem is the extraordinary port fortification of fifteenth-century origins, we are talking about the dock.
questa magnifica flacustrine ortezza it has never been used as a noble residence so it has no particular decorative elements but being in front of the Angular Tower that leads to the walkways, with the typical Ghibelline dovetail battlements, trust me, is priceless.
Currently, the dock can also be visited.
All'interno dell'ampio interna portico del Scaliger Castle A Roman and medieval lapidary has been set up, as well as a sort of small museum in which some panels contain the most important information on the fortress.
Rocca Scaligera: ticket price, opening times and useful contacts
La Rocca Scaligera, unless otherwise specified, it is usually open from Tuesday to Saturday from 9:00 to 19:15, on Sundays from 9:00 to 13:15; closed on Mondays.
I prices of entrance tickets to the Rocca Scaligera I'm:
- full: 6 euros for citizens belonging to the EU
- Reduced: 3 euros for children between the ages of 18 and 25
- Free: for teachers, students, children and teenagers under the age of 18 always belonging to the European Union
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All those who, in addition to the Rocca Scaligera, they intend to visit the Villa Romana and Grottoes of Catullus, can buy a combined ticket for € 14.
Please note that prices as well as opening and closing times may vary so we always recommend that you consult the website first. www.museilombardia.cultura.gov.it/musei/castello-scaligero-di-sirmione/ or call (+39) 030 916468.
To turn the length and breadth of the Scaliger Castle of Sirmione it takes, on average, about an hour and, obviously, there is no time limit.
If you want to visit it very quickly, half an hour is more than enough.
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