Castello Ruspoli

Castello Ruspoli is a 16th-century castle situated In northern Lazio. The area has the greatest concentration of historic gardens in the world and is surrounded by vineyards, olive trees and Italy’s largest producers of hazelnuts. Castello Ruspoli continues to be the property of the Ruspoli family, an old and noble Italian family. It is well known for its Renaissance-era Giardino all’italiana.

A fortress that guards a family story through time; through the restoration and measures of preservation taken by the Ruspoli family, this masterpiece is known throughout the world, especially in Europe, as being one of the most unique gardens of the Renaissance period.