Italy surely has castles with far more interesting stories. But, if you made all the way to Rizzo, and the the piazza della republicca, the castle will provide you with a great view of the sea shore (with the obligatory local 18th century story).
It is one from three points in Pizzo to value to see. Second is cave by see and third are restaurants there :-) This Castello is paid but the view to see from it is very nice.
A small castle, half an hour for a visit, to re-live the story of the execution of Murat. Well suited and interesting for children, ticket not too expensive, nice location - what's not to like? Besides, 20mt up there's the best ice cream in the world :)
Well kept fortification with the recreation of Marat's trial. The rooms are well explained and this is a suitable place for children. The small castle is in the centre of town and is well kept. The entrance is reasonable and not expensive.
This is a small museum in the city center. If you visit it, you will understand better the history of Italy. The museum was thoughtfully done and it is worth a visit.
The castle that housed Napoleon's brother-in-law prior to his execution in 2015. You can visit the castle in a half-hour or so. Unfortunately, little of the descriptive material is in English. Still, the entrance fee is modest and, if you're in the area, it's well worth a visit.
Murat castle is set up as a museum to tell the story of the imprisonment, trial and execution of Murat the brother in law of Napolean. It's well done, not an very large, but interesting. There is a small entrance fee.
We were a bit unsure whether to bother - €2.50 not a big deal, but it seemed like a small place. We actually found it surprisingly interesting. It had been recreated as the prison that Murat, former King of Naples, had been imprisoned, tried and executed in after trying to unify Italy in 1815. The recreation used manikins dressed up... 更多