Neuschwanstein Castle – This castle is one of the most well-known out of all castles in the world, and is often called a castle right out of a fairytale. The castle was opened to the public in the year 1886, and visitors still marvel at the architecture involved today.
Sanssouci Castle – Named one of the most beautiful castles in German, this structure was built as a summer home for Frederick the Great and is said to rival Versailles in France. The exquisite colors and landscaping make this castle gorgeous to look at.
Lowenburg Castle – Many individuals travel to Germany to tour the many castles in this country, and one that should not be missed is Lowenburg Castle. Although severely damaged during World War II, renovations have restored the structure.
Lichtenstein Castle – One of the most visited castles in Germany is Lichtenstein, and this castle is still owned by the same noble house although it has been opened to public visitors. The weapons room is astounding.
Castle Liebenstein – Castle Liebenstein is one of the castles in Germany that actually allow guests to stay overnight on the premises. In addition, there are medieval-style meals for guests to enjoy.
Marksburg Castle – This castle is one of the Rhine castles, and it is the only one that is still intact and in good shape, without any past serious damage. A tour through this castle includes many rooms still furnished in the past styles.
Hohenzollern Castle – This is one of the castles in Germany built in the Gothic Revival style, and it has a medieval fairytale castle appearance. The castle is perched on top of a mountain and offers exquisite views of the countryside.
Albrechtsburg Meissen – This is one of the castles which can be seen on Rhine River cruises, and it was built in the 1400s using the Gothic style of architecture. This castle has been called one of the most beautiful in Germany and is a must-see for any castle enthusiasts.
Hohenschwangau Castle – One of the most visited attractions in the country of Germany, Hohenschwangau Castle is fairly modern compared with most the castles, and was built in the 19th century. The location was the site of the ruins of an earlier fortress, and the castle was built over the remains of the previous structure.
Burg Eltz – Burg Eltz is one of the few castles in Germany that is still inhabited, and while most of the castle is open to the public, one-third of it is still in use as a residence by the current generations of the original Eltz family and is not open to visitors.