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Claims to be the longest castle in Europe & I tend to believe them. But most of it is like walking through a walled village, rather than a castle. Most of it is free to roam except the buildings at the end which require tickets...More
An absolute must if ever you are visiting this Bavarian region... consisting of 3 distinct fortifications... the view is awesome. Situated on the Austrian border, you can easily reach Salzburg within 30 minutes by car...
This was a fortress castle built with moats and views across the river into Austria. This is the opposite experience of the gold gilded pleasure castles. This old castle is free to walk with beautiful views and a lovely place to have lunch. It's considered...More
Situated high on the ridge above Burghausen, Lower Bavaria, Germany is the world's longest castle, which is made up of a series gates, towers, churches, myriad structures, and a castle at the tip that forms a number of courtyards and runs for about 1 km....More
This is a fabulous castle, running along a ridge above the town. it can be reached by a couple of different paths, both rather steep. Once you're up top, you can wander through a quiet stretch with some great views, toward to main bastion at...More
We stayed kinda next to the castle while we were in burghausen. it's nice to look at it from the town centre but it's even nicer to walk up there, explore the castle and enjoy the view.
there are a few different ways to walk...More
I thought this would be admission to another castle but
It wasn't! You park your car then you walk quite a ways
To get to the castle part...hence the advertised "longest
Castle in the world". You have to walk through many
Courtyards to finally get...More