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Glad I stopped off here and worth the 3€ admission fee. There was a function on so wasn’t allowed inside however 30 mins walking around the courtyard and shop was sufficient. Great architecture set over the town, worth a visit
You need to pay 3 Euro to get into the courtyard and also a little museum of medal toy soldiers. We then paid an additional 4 Euro each for the tour which I felt was well worth it. This is one of the oldest castles...More
The castle is very well preserved but we didn’t see it inside. In the entrance they asked us 3€ per person for entering to the castle and they explained us that there was a guided tour only in German for visiting some rooms. They didn’t...More
Our host at our apartment suggested visiting Harburg Castle and boy were we glad he did! We walked the trail from town, it was a fairly easy hike and a beautiful walk. We had a guided tour and, lucky for us, we were the only...More
Our room was basic but clean. We had a nice view of the inner, large, courtyard so we could see a wedding party. We enjoyed an English tour of the facility; i especially liked seeing the "Keep"; we don't see these in the USA. The...More
I visited Harburg Castle in June of 2018 with a group of 20 high school students. We all loved it. There is great access to a wide variety of rooms, unlike some castles where your ticket gets you in just one great hall. The views...More
This castle dominates the small town of Harburg and has wonderful views down over the town. In the courtyard there is a Biergarten which does good local beer even if the service can be slow. While waiting we watched colibri feeding off the plants and...More
The castle dates back to the mid twelfth century and is well preserved. I visited the castle on a cold, misty September morning and the effect was breathtaking - like going back several centuries.
To enter the castle, you have to pass through several narrow...More