The fortified village dating back to the Lombard period is called "Castello", occupies the top of a hill and is dominated by the Civic Tower. To reach the Castle you can use the car and get directly into the heart of the village, I recommend another route that starts from the lower area at the Lucchini bridge, a structure that dates back to the 14th century. The bridge is located in Via Abeiena and is easily identifiable. From here begins the oldest route to access the village. Once past the bridge, you begin to climb a long staircase alongside some renovated houses that certainly represent a small nucleus of old houses. The stairway ends up on the main access road to the Castle, preseguendo on the main street slightly uphill you find yourself very soon between stone houses and narrow alleys of the most historic area of the Castle. Crossing a small vault we see a square overlooking an imposing building, Evangelisti Palace built in the sixteenth century and immediately after the facade of the church dedicated to St. Joseph, dating back to the fourteenth century, which preserves some important works among which the painting of the Madonna del Rosario. On the side of this square there is a balcony, a side of the main square where the Podestà Palace nowadays is the Civic Museum. On the right side of the building an alley allows you to get closer to the civic tower which has nothing interesting, rather better to see it from afar. From here begins the visit to the archaeological area of Pitinum, after some excavation campaigns, a medieval necropolis and a Roman building area of the Republican period was discovered.