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Not that we’d expect anything less from a man once quoted as saying: “I want to remain an eternal mystery to myself and others.”Despite its roots back to the 14th century, this castle was subsequently left to ruin, and would have stayed that way—that is, if owner Count Wilhelm hadn’t seized the opportunity to have the entire medieval structure rebuilt in 1842.Inspired after reading the novel , the Count based his design around the original castle walls, which rest on a plummeting cliff edge.Instead of Grand Dukes and Prussian officers, Schwerin Castle now houses the State Parliament, as well as a museum, porcelain collection, and concert venue.Fronted by English and French-style gardens, and neighboring the Saale river, this candy-colored palace contains not one but three distinct castles, each corresponding to a different epoch.Turrets and towers rise from all across the German countryside, crowning Alpine mountains and overlooking vast parklands, forests, and charming villages.
Travelers, especially families, can plan an entire vacation here, as the site hosts two world-class spa hotels, complete with restaurants, yoga facilities, a hammam, outdoor pools, a concert hall, and guided nature excursions.
Its 120 rooms and suites are tastefully done with leather upholstery and wooden desks.
The hotel also boasts views of the Rhine Valley and a 3-star Michelin restaurant, Vendome.
Now, there is also a golf course, several restaurants, and a whiskey bar with live jazz.
Overlooking the Salzach River, this hardwearing 11th-century citadel, capped with lustrous red tile roofs, was once a gruesome site of torture and executions (there’s even a museum with various iron implements on display).
At 3,422 feet, it’s the longest castle in the world, and features a magnificent collection of late Gothic panel paintings, along with a cycle illustrating the history of Bavaria.