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The Castle sits high on the ridge at the northern end of town and is well worth a visit if inthe area. The terraced gardens in the grounds are also very nice to walk thru particularly on a hot day. Nice views to Bad Nauheim...More
I’ve been to a few castles and this area is charming. Driving in through the walls brings you to several different period buildings which lead to the large and old landmark. A lush green space with pathways and benches makes for a good place to...More
I used to take the train from Marburg to Frankfurt and I was curious about the city with the wonderful tower.
So I went twice, in February and in June. The gardens were magical, typical winter in Germany. The walls and bridge were beautiful, but...More
My wife went to high school here and it's still in use as a school. Brought back memories and it was worth the trip. We stopped by during the weekday afternoon and did not go inside any of the buildings. We just walked the grounds...More
We took the train from Frankfurt to the end of the line (Friedberg). We found the castle to be quite picturesque and a bustling place. Students have classes there and some folks live in certain quarters. There is a section that is preserved with historical...More
A beautiful town. I served two years and stationed there most of it. I had many local friends. There was plenty of small restaurants and pubs to visit. Quite often, some type of event or another is going on, usually summer months. When there, talk...More
We visited the castle on April, while me and my fiance doing our shopping arround Friedberg. We walked from downtown friedberg to the castle. I was so fascinated by the castle with its gates, but found it so strange that there is some banner saying...More
The castle in Friedberg is a funny one. In the times of the Holy Roman Empire, both the city (then a trade fair place of national importance) and the castle were immediate subjects of the emperor, leading to a fierce rivalry, incl. legal action to...More
Nice castle just to go through it.
I didn't see any museums, but I see that family live at the first floor of castle's tower. You maybe think they are take care of buildings - NO!!! They just live in the oldest tower of the...More