Caetani Castle is located in the town of Sermoneta, in the province of Latina, in Lazio, Italy. This castle dates back to the 13th century and was built by the Caetani, an Italian noble family. The castle is one of the largest and best preserved in the area, and is famous for its medieval architecture.
This castle, now restored, is open to visitors. The visit will allow you to explore its multiple levels, including the towers and perimeter walls, the internal courtyard, the chapel and the halls. The castle also houses a museum which tells the story of the Caetani family and the town of Sermoneta.
What can you do during a visit to the Caetani Castle?
Castello Caetani is a perfect destination for lovers of medieval history and architecture. It also offers a panoramic view of the town of Sermoneta and the surrounding countryside. The visit to the castle can be combined with a walk in the medieval town of Sermoneta, which offers numerous restaurants, shops and other points of historical interest as well as being within walking distance of the famous and much visited Garden of Ninfa.
When to visit it?
The castle is open all year round, but it is recommended to visit during spring or autumn to avoid the summer heat. Furthermore, during the summer, the castle often hosts cultural events, such as concerts and art exhibitions, which can further enrich your visiting experience. For more information and to book a visit you can visit the official website of the Castle.
Photo by Simone Antonazzo.
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