This castle is naturally incomparable with Neuschwanstein Castle and the like. From the outside, it is a mound, and the medieval costumes and weapons displayed inside are also very random.
Why should I go? In fact, it was just to experience the long narrow corridors that the guards in the ancient Middle Ages walked. Behind the corridor is a rotating staircase, and the exit part of the staircase enters the top three of the "Despise the Fatty Series".
From the stairs, on the "Beacon Tower", you can look back at the passage and the main body of the castle, and overlook the hilly plains of Perugia. So the significance of this castle is to climb to the top and overlook the Umbrian plains. It is very refreshing when the wind blows.
Standing on a hilltop, the visitors are rare, apparently the legacy of a Tuscan nobleman. The hall displays the annual ASSISI celebration record and Tuscan nobleman's life style. I was racing along the dark road in the city walls, coming out from the tower at the other end, and finding myself at the end of the cliff at the top, overlooking ASSISI and the vast Tuscany countryside. Unlike the well-divisioned fields of the UK, the landscape and terrain are more exuberant, and it's a great place to have a wine estate here, like Machiavelli, famous for wine and people.
The most imposing castle in the city, Assisi Magire, this mountain-built fort overlooking the beautiful scenery in the valley, as well as looking out at Perugia. The entrance fee is only 2 euros and definitely worth the price! There is an ancient cold weapon exhibition in the castle, it is recommended to take a look, and the "christy belt" is also a surprise.
Experience the life of the medieval aristocrats - Umbria - Assisi - Magire Castle - (Italy must go to the Old Castle) - to Italy of course not miss the castle, you can see all kinds of exquisite interior decoration and majestic and magnificent architectural appearance. The best friend expressed interest in Magire Castle and decided to take a look here. The online guides all mention a walkway where the guards patrol daily and look forward to the journey. The castle is first drawn to its shape, with tall buildings hanging on the hillside and all-stone buildings making it seem inviolable. Around it is a circuit of culverts, presumably mentioned in the online guide. After entering the castle we followed the docents to visit the changing rooms, the master bedroom, the servants' den, the kitchen, the parlor, and so on. All the sights were the most precious embroidery of the time, covered the walls, ceilings and even the floors of the room. I was dazzled by the sight. The changing room was even more incredible, with a secret door that could lead to the master bedroom. In the restaurant even sees the table can be raised and lowered and the ringing bells call the servants of all kinds. It can be said that money makes life quality into leaps and bounds. Come to the net red chan road found very narrow, here is said to be once the guard must go daily. But not very friendly to fat people (the turnout is narrow and short) I think people come here mainly to see the working environment of the guards [tips] free entry: Via della Rocca, Parco del Monte Subasio, 06081 Italy, Asissi Perugia