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We visited with our kids age 17-21 and they liked the experience, as did mom and dad. English speakers will be delighted by the visitor information offered at every exhibit. This is a self guided tour which offers two emphasis. One, on the history of...More
We walked to the castle from the train station. We followed the yellow "Wanderweg" signs to the water, which took us past 2 very nice play areas. It was nice to stop and let the kids play, which broke up the walk for my 4...More
Nice castle wif v friendly staff, Swiss Travel Pass can get you free entrance into the castle. Nice and interesting displays which clearly explained how the Royals lived in olden days. It'll sure leave you in awe to know how intelligent people already were, judging...More
I enjoyed this castle. It has been maintained. Some rooms contained displays and others were left pretty much as they were. I enjoyed seeing the old wooden construction in the Keep. There were nice views of the town, vineyards and Thunersee from the top.
Interesting and varied displays in English of Swiss history, medieval life, etc., including holograms, made this an excellent castle experience. Unlike some castles, rooms were well appointed and there was a good flow pattern. Our three hours spent here were well worth it. As you...More
There is nothing spectacular about the castle itself, nor any spectacular history associated with the castle or its owners, but the views over the lake are close to spectacular. A visit of 20-30 minutes would cover all the rooms -- a bit more if you...More
Spiez castle is located at the end of the road at the lake side. It is not too big you you will need no more than 20 minutes to walk around. There is pay and display parking outside the castle. Good photo opportunity. Castle is...More