Castel Coredo rises on a hill above the same-named village in the Val di Non valley.
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This ancient castle was built upon instructions from Georg II von Hack at the beginning of the 15th century. Around 1419, Castel Coredo was occupied by Pietro di Sporo, later it became the seat of the court. A fire around 1600 almost completely destroyed the castle and it was not until 1726 that the Coredo family rebuilt it. Thus the castle lost its medieval appearance.
Still today Coredo Castle is well preserved and privately owned.
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ticket: 9 Euros
reduced: 7 Euros
The castle can only be visited (by appointment) as part of a guided tour of about one and a half hours, which includes a visit to the nearby Palazzo Nero.
From 13 September to 1st November: open on public holidays