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It took about half an hour bus ride from Koblenz to get uphill to the castle which had been built in the 19th century. Entrance fee of 5 Euro per person was required and you could toured around the castle and the garden as well....More
Taking a 20min bus ride from Koblenz (arround €5 return) and a steep winding walk up the side of the hill, reveals the Cream turrets of a splendid fairytale castle overlooking the Rhine. Well worth the visit, the castle has a tour (although in German,...More
We got the bus from koblinz which stops where the castle is.
You can then walk the winding road through the woods up to the castle.
It cost 5 euros per person to get in which included a tour. The tour is in german, took...More
Our son selected this one and we all liked it. You get a tour when you paid for the entry - it is usually in German - but they have a folder in English with the main info. The garden is really nice and stands...More
Castles fascinate me for so many reasons ,rekindling the stories from my childhood about knights and princesses (one of them undoubtedly myself ) .Or may be I am stunned by their striking architecture .According to the statistics ,Germany is home of 20000+ castles ,which means...More
This castle had been closed and we were glad it was reopened. Very beautiful. You can only go on a guided tour. Ours was in German but they did give us an English guide. It was a 20 minute steep walk up to the castle....More
We had a really good guided tour of this beautiful old castle. It was in German but we had German speakers among our party so it was fine!
The castle is a short, maybe quarter hour drive from downtown Koblenz. It is perched high above...More
Outside the center of Koblenz, to Castle Stolzenfels. This impressive castle was built in the 19th century on the remains of a 13th-century castle, which was destroyed by the French in 1689. Within the castle you will find beautiful, spacious gardens and parks.
The second Castle I visited is Schloss Stolzenfels. There is a parking ramp at the entrance to a long walking path to the castle. The path is a single lane paved road. It is a low to medium grade and around 1500 feet. The castle...More