A world of wonder just waiting to be discovered. Step back in time for a day and visit some of the world’s most amazing medieval castles. There are fascinating attractions from every period and style to discover in all of Germany's federal states and in every region. Experience a world beyond your imagination – like a fairytale brought to life.
Neuschwansteinstr. 20, 87645 Schwangau April to 15 October: 9 am-6 pm | 16 October to March: 10 am
One of the most visited castles in Germany and one of the most popular tourist sights in Europe the Schloss Neuschwanstein is a symbol of romantic architecture and the story of the life of Ludwig II.
The Wartburg castle and its museum remember today their former, famous residents. Martin Luther translated the New Testament in the Wartburg castle. Since 1999 it's on the UNESCO World Heritage list.
The romantic castle in Müglitztal combines outstanding way different architectural styles and rich evidence of its 800-year history. The exhibition on the history of the house and its former owner is open daily
Located in the middle of the Cultural Landscape of Moritzburg, about 15 km from Dresden, are the Baroque Moritzburg Castle which compound surrounded by a pond attracts thousands of visitors every year.
40 meters above the lower town of Meersburg at the northern shore of Lake Constance, and roundabout 440 m above Sea Level you find the "Old Castle" of Meersburg which is the oldest inhabited castle of Germany.