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I visited Schloss Burg by myself for 2 hours and it was really worth it. Lovely to just walk around and take in the scenery and have a drink at one of the little restaurants. I didn't go to the museum, but it looked good....More
The castle has been kept in excellent condition, the entry fee is 5 Euro where you can have a tour (not guided) through the museum of knives and other weapons.
The weapons kept there are from 1400 century.
Alot can be discovered with a short...More
A very pretty castle in good condition and interesting.
Due to poor planning on our part we ended up getting there from Solingen town by taxi, cost 40 euros and 4 buses to get back.
Well worth a visit, one tip if your German isn't...More
Although I am not a history fan and I don't get easily impressed, this place was magical. So many things and objects to see. Everythign so interesting and really well maintened. I really loved the women costumes and the spears! It was also the first...More
A lovely little castle that I used to visit when I was at school and now take my own children too. Not sure how much the kids enjoy it (not being from the area themselves), but if you are interested in late medieval history, this...More
Schloss Burg is close to were I grew up and my sister and I and cousins used to play here in the 60's so when I get back to look around it is both a trip down memory lane and just to visit a beautiful...More
I have visited Schloss Burgh many times while visitng a nearby aunt and it is absolutely fabulous. Think great castle, inside and out, wonderful for exploring outside on a non-rainy day, stay inside and explore and eat there on a rainy day. Great day out...More