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Schloss Buerresheim, Mayen
Categories: Castles, Tourist Spots
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We deliberately targetted this castle for a visit on our most recent trip to Europe. It truly is a fairytale castle. It was a slightly dull day in September promising (as indeed it delivered) a gorgeo... read more »
Schloss Bürresheim ist einen Besuch wert. Eine typisch mittelalterliche Burg. Bürresheim wurde niemals zerstört und sogar das Originalinventar ist noch erhalten. Das Schloss ist romantisch, einsam, mö... read more »Schloss Bürresheim is worth a visit. A typical medieval castle. Bürresheim was never destroyed and even the original inventory is still preserved. The castle is romantic, lonely, say not so famous, not crowded like Burg Eltz. With a little luck manages a private tour at half price, which called on Burg Eltz. Thank you on behalf of my Australian fans of the Castle. Eckardshow original
Dieses alte Schloss interessierte mich schon immer. Die trutzigen Mauern und Turmspitzen sind schon imposant.This old Castle has always interested me. The fortified walls and spires are already impressive.show original
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.
Markus JülicherTrue 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...show original
Fabrizio MusacchioGreat Castle! The Castle (at least the trier) is very well preserved and (only) in the context of a guided visit is. The prices are alright, there are also student and senior discounts. Photography is permitted outside the Castle, during the tour or indoors does not. Our guide was very nice and knew how exciting to tell us the history of the Castle and its inhabitants so that you could dip in the middle of ages or the beginnings of the modern era. Then, a visit to the "Hammes mill" the road down is recommended (you have also an own parking lot). You will be here with homemade cake and a beautiful view to the "Nice" received.show original
Andreas PellnyThe castle is embedded in a picturesque valley. The buildings are mostly preserved. Currently, a part will be restored from the outside. Two gardens visible from the outside belong to the Castle, very nice, but unfortunately locked and therefore not accessible. Or in the lock there is no way something to the food and drink to buy. The prices for a tour are in order. When buying the tickets, we have been advised by the seller and leader that children should be quiet during the tour and do not touch anything (we had our three-year son). He said my statement "Children are children" that the other guests would feel disturbed. "Then you write but that children do not have access", I said. "We can't do that", he said. The guide goes approx. 1 hour, which we took only 30 minutes to complete and asked the officer to let us go before. Our son was restless. Also the leader got a guest when taking pictures out the window (photo/film is not allowed) and a guest has striped the corner of a wall with a backpack, what also disliked the leader.show original
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