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Schloss Buerresheim, Mayen

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  • The castle itself is nice (but also not nicer than many of the others in the area), to enter only with a guide. Family prices are moderate, but children (Incidentally, dogs) are not allowed here. Rarely experienced a worse and current leadership than here. Children were on angeranzt and were allowed to ask any questions. Not the point. That in the land of Rhineland-Palatinate employees should even consider whether they so get your workplace on time! With children does not go, but better to the Burg Eltz.
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  • The arrival was what weird, there is no shop or such, only a counter on deck seven. The man saw us, but was on the phone, he was in no hurry to help us and surely gave us 10 min in the iron cold after his phone call, he asked what we wanted, a bit surprised, I said we would lock like to visit is that possible? We were, after all, for a counter ' tickets here ' and with a price list next to it so I was a bit surprised by the question, yes that could. ... a silence ... He kept staring back at us what.. uhh ok how then? can you loose walk around or is there a tour, sure enough it could only with a tour, and he had already started but we could at, do you want that??? Uhm yeah so are pretty cool Yes.. via a walki talki was the tour guide that we came out and informed that he had to wait. The tickets were very slowly settled and then we hopped behind the man, and we were led, in a room in 1 sentence he said what is in the room and that everything in the lock are really of origin from the lock. and that we were allowed to the stairs and that in there somewhere would his colleague and hup was away that. Somewhat confused what we ran what leave by and found idd. the group. If you know that people only through the tour in May and that has already started, then let you people not first make at least 10 min wait, then add them to the Group? the tour itself was fascinating, I did have the idea that the approach of this lock what less professional was that the other castles that we had visited, sometimes seemed it or they all together had picked up on a dusty attic and had put down. All times and styles walked by each other. Well it may of course be that the former inhabitants, have collected different things over the years and continue to add to their interior that are??? There was also not very good for the pieces taken care of, the last room, the music room, was really in bad shape, the substance of the chairs that there were was so dirty, I almost went over my neck when I looked, they had a good look at yet can least cleaned. It struck me during the tour also on several other pieces. but all in all not a bad place to visit.
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  • Schloss Bürresheim is worth a visit if you like medieval castles. Bürresheim was never destroyed and even the original inventory is still preserved. The castle is in many ways similar to the Castle Elz, but far less crowded and expensive. Guided tour was very informative.
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  • Nice historic castle. You should book the tour (only way to get inside) with a very 'special' guide if you like mediaeval interior.
  • Very nice castle in a great Valley. We walked there on nice roads. Bit sad it wasn't allowed to walk around the castle with our dog.
  • Nice and well preserved Castle. The tour is not expensive. Though tricky to get there for people with reduced mobility, as you may have to walk up. Well worth it!
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  • Although beautiful castle, but one is not welcome with dog. Not even allowed in the courtyard. What a pity
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  • True on a walk and wanted to look at this beautiful castle. Not should it but unfortunately, because we had a dog. Dogs are not simply desirable. Too bad... well I can't stop either with each man, allowed but probably anywhere in...
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