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Lichtenstein Castle, Lichtenstein

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Lichtenstein Castle, a castle built on a cliff, has been destroyed and rebuilt twice. Originally built around 1200, the castle is now owned by the Dukes of Urach. Inside the castle, you can see an impressive collection of historic weapons and armor. While this castle is smaller than other German castles, you will be awed by the structure and the surrounding environment's beauty. A treetop adventure course near the castle offers fun for more adventurous visitors. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Lichtenstein Castle and many more Lichtenstein attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Lichtenstein itinerary maker.
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  • Always a journey into the past is to go on the Lichtenstein! Once beautifully situated. It's just fantastic to watch on his rock about Unterhausen. You can see some things in the tour of the Castle, including a plaster cast of the dead of Napoleon and the largest glass from which really was drunk. And a picture of a gunman who always no matter as it is on the verge, aimed in my direction.
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  • Even if I already zig-fold in the castle was: worth a visit it again and again. The castle is open to the public only with a guided tour, the surrounding courtyard, however, is free to visit. The Castle stands on a single rock, and is accessible only by the (former) train bridge (and via the old escape tunnel, this one can from the outside see, but unfortunately not commit). The leaders are all wonderful and tell the story of the castle in an interesting and humorous way. You can see the ground floor and the 1.Obergeschoss, the other facilities remain sadly closed. Classics: The tiled stove in the 1.OG and of course the image of the Crossbowmen at the end of the tour, before the stairs back down ;-)
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  • All of the interesting parts of the castle were closed for winter. You couldn't even walk around and look at the iconic view of the castle. Not worth going to in the winter. 
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  • Great views from castle walls and the walk from the parking Area to the castle is not far at all. There seems to be a rope course in the woods around it and a family Reaturant and cafe. Lots of fun with the family.
  • Nice entry level castle tour. Awesome high ropes course behind the brau house at the bottom of the castle. Great all day adventure for the family.
  • The view from the castle is really beautiful. The guided tour is €6, while the entry to the courtyard is €2.
  • Holy smokes! This is the most beautiful castle. We also went to Hohenzollern, but this was by far more gorgeous. This one is much older ... So it has more of a charm to it.
  • Get the guided tour into the castle. It's short but very interesting. Also English native speaker guide is available