Drama On Lake Maggiore

The castle proudly stands on a spur of rock that dominates the southern shores of Lake Maggiore. Located in a strategic position to monitor the trade routes, it was the house of the Visconti family from Verbano. During 1449 the Borromeo family acquired it. Inside the castle a delightful itinerary will make you discover the great historical halls, recently enriched with the addition of the Sala Delle Maioliche, an extraordinary collection counting 300 pieces.

 

The medieval castle is the perfect location for a dream. Surround yourself with extraordinary panoramas, great court halls, frescoed vaults and live a day worth remembering. For your wedding, this castle opens the gates to welcome you into her magical atmosphere: be thrilled by the great internal courtyard, the huge cellar, the vast terrace overlooking the lake, the marvellous Hall of Justice with frescoes of the fourteenth century, the great Hall of Ceremonies, the hall of San Carlo, and the Sala Dei Fasti Borromeo.

 

There are a range of spaces available for you to choose from, ranging from the smallest which seats up to 40 to the largest, the terrace which seats 350. For larger weddings, it is possible to take on all the internal spaces including the canteen, the noble courtyard, and the terrace to accommodate 990 persons.

 

We classify this venue as 5-star Exclusive. Quote, Reference 4439a.

 

 

 

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