There are buildings in the world that make us imagine, moving to the past and believe that we are in one of those fairy tales we heard when we are children, where the princesses, medieval time and legends of dragons were the protagonists.
1. Eltz Castle
This stunning castle sits on a large rock at 70 meters above the Moselle River and some rooms are open to the public.
Located 50 kilometers from Stuttgart, it is not the original castle, it was rebuilt in honor of the Hohenzollern dynasty in the nineteenth century. Today it works as a museum.
Located in Bavaria, it is one of the most famous icons of Germany. Although it may seem Medieval, it is a building built in the nineteenth century by Ludwig II of Bavaria, known as the “mad king”.
Today is the seat of parliament in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. Originally a fortresses and then a palace, its ornamentation has evolved over the centuries.
It is the longest castle in Europe, with its 1043 meters, located on a hill near the border of Austria and it has over a thousand years of history.
You can read the second part of the True Fairytales Castles in Germany here.