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Schloss Drachenburg

Schloss DrachenburgNearby City

4.4/526 Reviews
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Historical Architecture
"The exterior of the castle is beautiful, and the interior decoration is also good. The promenade on the first floor is painted, and the roofs and furniture of the bedroom and living room are all solid wood. The bearskin carpets on the ground, the large murals on the walls, and the glaze patterns on the glass can all show the luxury of Dragon Fort."
Schloss Augustusburg

Schloss AugustusburgNearby City

4.6/521 Reviews
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"I thought I would regret to miss the inside tour of the castle, but more than an hour before leaving the town, I accidentally found the reception hall of the castle and caught up with the last tour group before the train departed. As the most popular summer residence of the Elector and Archbishop Clemens August of Cologne, Fort Augustus is the most famous masterpiece of Rococo architecture in Germany. Tips: 1. The inside of the castle cannot be entered alone. When it can only reach a certain number of people, the staff will take a unified tour. There is a Chinese explainer for free use, which is more detailed than the English explanation. The tour time is one hour. 2. Tickets are 8 euros, and no photos are allowed inside, nor can you touch any objects. 3. Carry-on luggage needs to be stored, self-service locker, 2 Euro coins put in, and returned when the bag is taken. 4. Postcards are sold in the reception hall to record the scenes of the various rooms in the castle. Friends who do not have high requirements for images can choose a few as souvenirs. Compared with the green castle garden, what surprised me more is the extravagant decoration inside the castle: curiously follow the visiting team to enter the castle through a small door, and the magnificent and gentle and delicate hall stairs make The moment everyone saw it, they all uttered a "WOW" admiration. The colorful marble columns, carved handrails, and vivid ceiling murals made the eyes feel dizzy after receiving such a wealth of information for a while. The summer living room decorated with blue and white, the pink and beautiful music and dance hall, each room has a different color, different style, light orange, gold, light blue, white, light purple... All girls’ favorite colors are also early The representative colors of Rococo can be found here in beautiful combinations. I did not expect that the exterior seems to be a low-key castle, but the interior is so luxurious and shocking!"
Deutsches Eck (German Corner)

Deutsches Eck (German Corner)Nearby City

4.4/575 Reviews
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UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
Open 24 hours (Local time)
"The "German Horn" in Koblenz is a piece of land located at the confluence of the Moselle and Rhine rivers in Koblenz, Germany. There is a magnificent bronze horse-riding sculpture of William I, the first Emperor of the German Empire."
Schloss Benrath

Schloss BenrathNearby City

4.2/531 Reviews
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March 31st - November 1st: Tuesday - Sunday 11:00-17:00, October 31st - April 1st: Tuesday - Friday 11:00-17:00, Saturday, Week It is closed on Monday from 11:00 to 18:00. There are other opening hours, please check the official website. (Local time)
"For the park is free, the museums and castle is costs around EUR14, is worth to go. is a beautiful palace with an interesting history. better go early, as this is huge and the park is really cosy."
Old Town

Old TownNearby City

4.4/582 Reviews
Open 24 hours (Local time)
"Düsseldorf is divided by the Rhine River, with the Old Town (Altstadt) on the east bank and the modern business district on the west. In the old town, both the church of Saint Lambertus and the castle tower (castle tower) date back to the 13th century. The Old Town of Düsseldorf is called "the longest bar in the world" because there are more than 300 bars and discos in the old town. It is said that every bar counter is connected to the next door."
Ehrenbreitstein Fortress

Ehrenbreitstein FortressNearby City

4.5/524 Reviews
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Historical Site
Open from 10:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
"The Viking River cruises slowly in the middle section of the Rhine between Rüdesheim and Koblenz. This section of the river is included in the World Heritage List by UNESCO due to the many historic towns and castles on both sides of the river. The river wheel passes through Marksburg and enters Koblenz. The scenery on both sides of the river is richer and denser. The appearance of the iron bridge and the cable car across the river announces the end of this landscape-Koblenz has arrived."
Eltz Castle

Eltz CastleNearby City

4.9/511 Reviews
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"If you search the Internet for the top ten castles in Germany, it must be listed among them. Eltz Castle is located in Wierschem, Germany. This is a little-known town in the Rhineland-Palatinate state of Western Germany. The town’s architectural style contains a taste of history, but if there is no southwestern suburban col In the Eltz Castle, no one knows this small place. It is said that Eltz Castle is one of the most mysterious castles in Germany. Since its completion, the castle hidden in the mountains and forests has never been destroyed since it was built. After 800 years of vicissitudes, the descendants of the owner of the castle still live here. This is a typical Gothic architectural style castle. It is built entirely of local stone and is built on the top of the mountain. It is 10 stories high from the bottom to the top of the castle. The unique exterior design makes every tourist who comes here for sightseeing, stand on the top of the mountain platform and reluctantly leave it! It is said that the reverse pattern of the 500 German mark banknotes printed in 1965 is the Eltz Castle, and since then, this castle has been well-known in Germany."
Cochem Castle

Cochem CastleNearby City

4.4/518 Reviews
"The castle is located on the top of a hill in the center of the small town of Cochem. If you search for the top ten castles in Germany, it must be listed among them. Cochem Castle must buy a ticket to enter, guided by a tour guide, the fare is 6 euros. Although the tour guide of this castle is also in German, you can get a Chinese commentary. The castle is too big, it takes an hour and a half to visit with a guide. There are too many stories about the castle, and each of the photos below has its own ancient story, which is impossible to record."
Marksburg Castle

Marksburg CastleNearby City

4.4/537 Reviews
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Open from 3/21-11/1(Summer),10:00am-6:00pm;Open from 11/2-12/23(Winter),11:00am-4:00pm;Open from 12/26-12/31(Winter),11:00am-4:00pm;Closed from 12/24-12/25(Winter) (Local time)
"Marxburg is a very old European-style castle on the Rhine. It has a history of more than 600 years. It is located on the top of the mountain and overlooks the scenery along the Rhine. It must have been a very important military fortress in ancient times. It is definitely worth visiting."
Reichsburg Cochem

Reichsburg CochemNearby City

4.6/56 Reviews
Open from 10:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
"From any corner of Cochem, you can see Reichsburg standing on the top of the mountain. We didn't know until the top of the mountain that the castle was open to the public in time periods. The large terrace on the castle overlooks the Moselle valley." is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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