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This was our 14 yr old request and after a bit of homework we thought we’d all enjoy it so made the trip by public transport ( easy). A beautiful walk through the picturesque town of werfen - and up to the castle - steep...More
You pay 16.50 euro to get into the castle grounds but then to actually get inside the castle you have to pay again to go on a tour and rent an audio guide. So it ends up being 22 euro which is crazy for what...More
Didn't take the tour, but the Falconry demonstration was really enjoyable. The DaVinci exhibit was very interesting. Enjoyed the visit. Interesting that the castle didn't seem as massive as it did in the movie.
We have both climbed to the castle and hiked the trail. There are many displays and we found the castle tour very interesting. The bird show is a must see! When guests come to visit us from the states, we take them to Hohenwerfen and...More
We visited the castle after the ice cave. All members were quite exhausted. For me who runs 50km every week, it seems OK, but one does feel the muscles....
Take the lift up to the castle. The place is quite ordinary for those who already...More
When we were driving to our hotel in Maria Alm, my wife saw the fortress from the highway and mentioned it to me. We received the "Hochkonig" card, which gave us a discount to see the Hohenwerfen Castle. It was a beautiful castle where we...More
A well preserved stunning castle in beautiful landscape.
Access is via a funicular railway or on foot but its a steep climb so beware.
On reaching the courtyard it's a little confusing where everything is but just take a wander. You can stroll around the...More
Drove past this castle about 10 years ago and vowed I would visit. Instantly recognisable as the Schloss Adler from the movie Where Eagles dare, it’s a picture postcard castle in an idyllic setting. Though only the externals were used in the move, it’s still...More
We always carry enough cash to get into places but yes most places take debit/credit cards. My advice would be ensure your bank has been notified of your plans to travel so they don’t think it’s suspicious activity on your... More
We always carry enough cash to get into places but yes most places take debit/credit cards. My advice would be ensure your bank has been notified of your plans to travel so they don’t think it’s suspicious activity on your card and from what I saw not a lot of places take American Express.