There are many beautiful castles in Europe that you can visit
Burg Eltz in Western Germany is a charming fairy-tale castle that dates from the 12th century and has been in the Eltz family for 33 generations.
Germany's Eltz Castle
Bran Castle is definitely one of the creepiest castles around. Despite the fact that Bram Stoker, the creator of Dracula, never visited Romania.
Romania's Bran Castle
In the 19th century, King Ludwig II of Bavaria built this Castle as a private retreat from public life. The castle's beautiful architecture, is unlike any other Castle.
Germany's Neuschwanstein Castle
The magnificent Peleș Castle was built for Romanian King Carol I in the 19th century, who fell in love with the Carpathian Mountains.
Romania's Peleș Castle
Hever Castle is located in the United Kingdom. The majestic Hever Castle, once the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, King Henry VIII's second wife and mother of Elizabeth I.
Wartburg Castle, perched on the edge of the Thuringian Forest and overlooking Eisenach, rises from a high hill. The oldest surviving component is the 12th-century Great Hall.
Germany's Wartburg Castle
Kronborg Castle is Denmark's most famous and also one of the finest Renaissance castles in northern Europe, having been immortalised by Shakespeare.
Denmark's Kronborg Castle
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