Germany is a country located in the heart of Europe, bordering to nine different countries.

In the capital, Berlin, one can find many museums and tours regarding the time during World War II. In the other big cities, such as Munich and Dusseldorf, there are many rustic old buildings with a gothic style. Germany has been called the “Land of Poets and Thinkers” because of their many famous philosophers. The country has been home to many renowned musicians including Srahms, Schumann, and Beethoven. 

If you have a dream of finding the most medieval castles, Germany is the place to go. This country has over 25 000 castles covering from north to south. Here are three must-go-to castles in Germany!

Neuschwanstein Castle

Like stepping into a fairytale. It is said that this castle was the one Walt Disney’s inspiration came from when creating Sleeping Beauty’s castle in the movie. This classical castle is located in Schwangau in southwest Bavaria. If you want a glimpse of the inside, book a tour and you won’t be disappointed. Here you will find inspiration from the medieval times and beautiful paintings by Wagner. 

Hohenzollern Castle

Being one of the most visited castles in Germany, the charm is understandable. The palace itself is today an open-air museum arranged in an u-shape. It is owned by the House of Hohenzollern and has been rebuilt three times since its first construction in the early 11th century. Travel back in time and enjoy the view, one hour drive from Stuttgart.

Heidelberg Palace

Heidelberg Palace attracts millions of visitors from all over the world, every year. Since the early 19th century, this have been synonymous with Romanticism. It was once upon a time one of the most notable ensembles of buildings in the Holy Roman Empire.

Crowd1 Germany quick facts

Country: Germany
Capital: Berlin
Official languages: German
Currency: Euro (EUR)

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