10 Things to Do in Castroreale That You Shouldn't Miss

Discover the best top things to do in Castroreale, Italy including Piccolo Museo Della Moto, Duomo di Castroreale, Planetario di Castroreale, Museo Civico, Pro Loco Artemisia, Chiesa della Candelora, Castello di Castroreale, Chiesa di Santa Marina, Chiesa SS. Salvatore, Museo Parrocchiale.

1. Piccolo Museo Della Moto

Via Umberto I, 55, 98053, Castroreale, Sicily, Italy Museums, Specialty Museums, History Museums
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5 based on 25 reviews

Piccolo Museo Della Moto

Reviewed By seniors2Melbourne - MelbourneMelbourne

Charming motorbike museum

Enrico is a charming and enthusiastic owner of this small and charming museum of motorbikes many which he has raced in the past.Well worth a visit if only to enjoy Enrico.

2. Duomo di Castroreale

Piazza delle Aquile 1, 98053, Castroreale, Sicily, Italy Sights & Landmarks, Points of Interest & Landmarks
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4 based on 39 reviews

Duomo di Castroreale

Reviewed By IvanGrasso - Catania, ItalyCatania, Italy

Bella e panoramica

Bellissima Chiesa, con pavimento spettacolare e torre campanaria più volte ricostruita per via dei terremoti

3. Planetario di Castroreale

Via Guglielmo Siracusa 47, 98053, Castroreale, Sicily, Italy Museums, Observatories & Planetariums
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5 based on 6 reviews

Planetario di Castroreale

WHAT 'A PLANETARY ASTRONOMICAL? Many people confuse a planetarium with an astronomical observatory. A planetarium is a simulator of heaven: what you see is not real but rebuilt. Modern planetary so real astronomical laboratories, at least initially better suited to the study of the basics (and more) of astronomy. The planetarium is constituted by a half-dome of 3.50 meters in diameter, inside which, through a suitable projector, it is possible: • Observe thousands of celestial bodies (planets, satellites, nebulae, galaxies and more.) Thanks to images taken by the most famous space telescopes • Recognize all major stars and constellations • Simulate the motion of all the heavenly bodies in real time, watch the sky as it appeared thousands of years ago and how it will look in the future, • Simulate the phenomenon known as the precession of the equinoxes • Representing the geographical coordinates, Equatorial, altazimuth etc. • Observe the ecliptic and the celestial equator • Observe the sky at different latitudes, from the North Pole to the South Pole through the equator, so from anywhere on Earth • Simulate the apparent motion of the Sun and the planets, the seasons, the eclipse of the Sun and Moon, planetary conjunctions etc. • Interfacing a telescope for the rapid and simple detection of objects to be observed. But the planet is not, as I said, a powerful astronomical laboratory, but is also a spectacular tool because it can involve the observers by making them forget to be under a dome, creating the impression of being in the universe of surfers. The planetarium becomes a laboratory orientation, where the public can acquire the knowledge and techniques that people in the past used it for their travel, but can also become a fascinating time machine that allows us to immerse ourselves in myths and legends ancient civilizations depicted on the vault of heaven. For these reasons it is well suited to play a role interdisciplinary. ARCHITECTURE OF PLANETARY 1. DOME The central and dominant component of a planetarium is a dome (often double), with inside in white fabric, high riflattanza, mounted on frame hemispheric lattice of fiberglass or carbon fiber for the domes of great diameter, and with an external part, always in fabric, which has essentially the task of retaining the light emitted by the video projector. The dome is supported on suitable supports adjustable in height. 2. PROJECTION SYSTEM E 'essentially constituted by a digital machine which projects through a PC and dedicated software, the images on the spherical surface of the dome. 3. SOFTWARE The software we use is the "STELLARIUM" open source SW suitably modified and adapted to your needs. The software is distributed in Italian and is easy to use.

Reviewed By Marco R - Messina, ItalyMessina, Italy

da visitare

E' una delle località con attrazioni turistiche bellissime ma non molto pubblicizzate.Il piccolo borgo offre davvero tanto e una passeggiata è d'obbligo.Da vedere

4. Museo Civico

Via Guglielmo Siracusa 31, 98053, Castroreale, Sicily, Italy Museums, Art Museums, History Museums, Specialty Museums More
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4.5 based on 7 reviews

Museo Civico

Reviewed By imgettingannoyed - SydneySydney

Well with a visit.

The museum is well worth a visit and showcases an incredible collection of ancient art and artefacts from the surrounding churches dating back more than 600 years. The guides speak a little bit of English, but with the help of Google translate we managed

5. Pro Loco Artemisia

Via Trento nr. 2, 98053, Castroreale, Sicily, Italy Traveler Resources, Visitor Centers
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4.5 based on 4 reviews

Pro Loco Artemisia

Reviewed By Veronique1988 - Acireale, ItalyAcireale, Italy

Ottima organizzazione

Durante la mia visita a Castroreale ho scelto di essere affiancata da una guida del posto per avere maggiori delucidazioni sulla storia del paese e sui suoi monumenti.Ho telefonato al numero della ProLoco presente su Facebook e il signor Sapienza ha saput

6. Chiesa della Candelora

Corso Umberto I, Castroreale, Sicily, Italy Sights & Landmarks, Churches & Cathedrals
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4 based on 2 reviews

Chiesa della Candelora

Reviewed By Veronique1988 - Acireale, ItalyAcireale, Italy

La cappella del castello di Federico II

La Chiesa della Candelora si trova alla fine dell'attuale Corso Umberto, ex via Artemisia, e risale al XIV secolo. Inizialmente ebbe funzione di cappella per il castello di Federico II, di cui oggi si conserva solo la Torre nelle immediate vicinanze.Essa

7. Castello di Castroreale

Salita Federico II d'Aragona, 98053, Castroreale, Sicily, Italy Sights & Landmarks, Castles
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3.5 based on 4 reviews

Castello di Castroreale

Reviewed By Veronique1988 - Acireale, ItalyAcireale, Italy

Torre di Federico II

Il castello di Castroreale si trova sul rilievo dove un tempo sorgeva l'antica Crizzina, in prossimità dell'odierno centro storico del paese.La parte meglio visibile già da lontano è il torrione circolare, la famosa Torre di Federico II. E' possibile acce

8. Chiesa di Santa Marina

Piazza Santa Marina, 98053, Castroreale, Sicily, Italy Sights & Landmarks, Churches & Cathedrals
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5 based on 1 reviews

Reviewed By MM1958074 - Berlin, GermanyBerlin, Germany

Wunderschön

Welch wunderschöne Kirche in Venedig, die nicht nur für Touristen interessant ist, sondern auch von Venezianern gerne aufgesucht wird.

9. Chiesa SS. Salvatore

| Quartiere Ebraico o Giudecca, Castroreale, Sicily, Italy Sights & Landmarks, Churches & Cathedrals
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4 based on 1 reviews

Reviewed By MM1958074 - Berlin, GermanyBerlin, Germany

Ruhig und schön

Die Kirche liegt auf dem Weg von San Marco nach Rialto.Eine sehr schöne Orgel, ebenso schöne Bilder und ein toller Altar erfreuen bei besinnlicher Atmosphäre.

10. Museo Parrocchiale

Via Guglielmo Siracusa | Chiesa di S. Maria degli Angeli, 98053, Castroreale, Sicily, Italy Museums, Specialty Museums
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4 based on 1 reviews

Museo Parrocchiale

Reviewed By IvanGrasso - Catania, ItalyCatania, Italy

Chiesa Museo

Anche in considerazione del fatto che l'unico Parroco del paese deve ruotare nelle decine di Chiese attuali, si è pensato di adibire a Museo Parrocchiale la Chiesa dedicata a S.Maria degli Angeli

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