I hesitated between a 3 or or 4 in this case since much of the greatness of this place is its location, which you can enjoy from a distance. The inside of the castle is not much to see really - three-four rooms of which some of them are displayed as they would have looked some 150-years ago, the other rooms mostly empty. Quite expensive too if you compare with what you get. Photos are however allowed which made the difference for me to put a 4 instead of a 3.
The views of the castle from the surrounding hills IS the main attraction of this place, and if you have a deeper interest in Castles I can recommend a visit - otherwise stick to the views. Bring a good zoom lens!
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