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Rotteln Castle, Lorrach

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  • In good weather, it's a beautiful walk among the ruins which give a fair idea of the role of this fortress. And then, from the top of the two towers, it has a very nice view on the surroundings. For children, it's amazing, with a small museum that might interest them. Finally, the cost of the tour is minimal.
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  • Here, your little ones can climb, play Knight, hiding, celebrate birthdays with the grill and eat tasty Curry sausage in the beer garden. A perfect day in the countryside.
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  • A beautiful idea of release, this partially restored medieval castle is very interesting for those who love the genre. From the top of the Dungeon a beautiful view of the city of Lörrach
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  • Nice place to spend your time there, taling photos. At the bott of the castle, there is a little pub where you can have a beer or a sausage. Like!
  • We like this castle ruin because it's close to home! But it is also well cared for, and has a little museum with a number of artifacts. From the castle turret - on a clear day - you can also catch a glimpse of the Alps. The view from the castle, even without the Alps, is beautiful. There's also a small restaurant so you can have a Kaffee, or an ice cream on a hot day.
  • Beautiful Castle with amazing views from the two towers. A small fee to enter and a very cheap beer garden and cafe. Excellent for a small day trip on bike or public transport from Basel followed by a small uphill walk.
  • Traditional regional food, great for walking around with kids
  • Great restored castle ruins.