There is so much to explore.
From the majestic castle crowning the Hohentwiel to the petite Yburg Castle, there is something for everyone who loves damsels and knights.
Hohentwiel's imposing ramparts, its fallen towers and defiant ruins still evoke the military might of the fortress.
Rötteln Castle is located in the southwestern corner of Baden-Württemberg. It is the third-largest ruined castle in Baden.
On the edge of the Swabian Alps, the remains of one of the greatest elevated fortresses in Southern Germany lie high above the town of Neuffen.
Hochburg Castle, at the foothills of the Black Forest, is one of the largest ruined castles in the Upper Rhine Valley.
Hohenbaden Old Castle is one of the oldest possessions of the margraves of Baden - its origins go back to the 12th century.
The site has survived since the Middle Ages in outstanding condition and is prime example of a Staufer residence.
Dilsberg Fortress Ruins are know for their sweeping 360° views of the Neckar valley and the Odenwald forest.
Badenweiler Castle sits atop a picturesque hill with a marvelous view overlooking the spar gardens of Badenweiler.
The ruined Yburg Castle is a popular destination for day-trippers, and a symbol of the wine region Baden-Baden.
Alt-Eberstein Castle occupies a hilltop with an ideal strategic position. The keep offers a magnificent vista.
Right into the late Middle Ages, the castle on Hohenstaufen was a focal point of political power.
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