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Castillo Pittamiglio

Montevideo, Uruguay
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Montevideo City Bike Tour

3 hours 30 minutes
from USD 46.15
Visit the highlights of Montevideo during this bike Tour. Discover the Uruguayan culture, walk through the Old Town and enjoy the beautiful European architecture

The best way to get to know the capital city of Uruguay!
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Alejandro del Pino wrote a review Feb 2020
2 contributions1 helpful vote
It is wonderful to see that this magical place, unique un Uruguay, has been recovered. The museum and a walk through the castle grounds, take us back to an era thet we should not forget. After visiting the museum and going through the mysterious gardens, we enjoyed a nice coffee in the shop, full of creativity and magic. When visiting Uruguay, don't miss this experience.
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Date of experience: February 2020
Kim W wrote a review Jan 2020
7 contributions3 helpful votes
There isn't a lot known about the building or about Humberto Pittamiglio. The building's architecture and decorations are filled with meaning, however the building was oppressive. The outside of the building that you can see from the street is very cool.
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Date of experience: January 2020
Raoul M wrote a review May 2019
18 contributions2 helpful votes
We say that Pitamiglio was an Alchemist of 4th degree. The conception and the constructionof the castle wre made under his inspiration. Some legends let know that during the 2nd world war the Saint Graal was recovered in Montecasino in Italy and translated to the Pittamiglio castel. It could have been recovered by the Vatican after the second visit of JP II Pope
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Date of experience: March 2019
Connielr wrote a review Mar 2019
16 contributions3 helpful votes
Fascinating architectural gem created by a true eccentric. Unfortunately, the tour was offered only in Spanish and though we had a Spanish speaker in our group translating on the fly, I'm sure we missed a lot of the explanation. Still, it was worth the experience.
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Date of experience: February 2019
00GMF wrote a review Mar 2019
Brisbane, Australia73 contributions41 helpful votes
Pittamiglio was an engineer, architect and alchemist. 54 rooms, 33 doors and many stairs. It is a labyrinth of 14,000sq ft spread over many levels. Tours are available in English and it is not wheelchair friendly.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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