Back in October I saw a posting about a castle in southern Tuscany that is never open, but for a rare day, one could make reservations to get a guided tour of this amazing space with 365 rooms. I told a friend and we spoke to another friend who has a car. Then I made the reservation.
"Full!" was the response. However, I was later informed that due to a high response, volunteers would be extending the tours to two days. So, I made reserved a space for the five of us that fit into the car.
The Castello di Sammezzano lies very close to Leccio, Toscana, Italy. I understand that is it for sale. It definitely needs renovation, but it is truly one-of-a-kind (in a good way) with a large amount of wooded real estate surrounding the castle.
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