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Borgo Medievale, Turin

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See a recreation of what medieval life was like when you tour Borgo Medievale. Visit the garden or tour the castle to see reproductions of numerous famous castles, such as Fénis, Issogne, and Verrès, Strambino. You can also find recreations of religious spots like the Church of Confraternita or the Precettorìa of Saint Antony. Visit a shop that makes armor and weapons, by the drawbridge reproduction, where you can buy real armor, or watch displays of blacksmithing techniques. There are several other souvenir shops as well, selling old books and handcrafted items. Take a look at our Turin online holiday builder to schedule your visit to Borgo Medievale and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • You can walk round part of the medieval attraction for free but pay for the castle tour. There were only 4 of us in the group and though in Italian a booklet in english is provided. Although the... 
    You can walk round part of the medieval attraction for free but pay for the castle tour. There were only 4 of us in the group and though in Italian a booklet in english is provided. Although the...  more »
  • Artificially medieval but also historic in it's own right, it serves a purpose in geting you out of the city and walking through a lovely park. Better still, take the riverside walk back into town... 
    Artificially medieval but also historic in it's own right, it serves a purpose in geting you out of the city and walking through a lovely park. Better still, take the riverside walk back into town...  more »
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  • Nice to see how this is still kept in such a city. Sadly only poor souvenir shops and not much info to collect. Would be a nice place for medieval themed events (which might already be organized though?). After that always good to have a stroll through the park around it!
  • Sad to see that there is no information in English. Castle doors were open, so we went in not knowing that we needed to buy a ticket for that. Staff was very unfriendly after discovering that we went in without buying a ticket. We would have bought one if we knew we needed to. So please make signs in English or learn to speak English so the experience of this beautiful castle will be better for non Italian speaking persons

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