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Medieval castle in ruins, but with wonderful views. Well worth the climb!

The castle in itself is in ruins with no much to see. The only structure which remains is a tower... read more

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Pilar G
It's like walking through the village in Beauty and the Beast

What a gorgeous place this little town is. We felt the entire time that we were walking through... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Reviewed yesterday

The castle in itself is in ruins with no much to see. The only structure which remains is a tower which you can climb via an spiral staircase for a nice panoramic view. The best are the views of the town of Kaysersberg and the...More

Thank Pilar G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

What a gorgeous place this little town is. We felt the entire time that we were walking through some thing Disney. Beautifully kept, vineyards all around, ruin of a castle up on the hill, breathtaking views......... we just loved this place. It turned out to...More

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Reviewed July 18, 2018 via mobile

Kaysersberg is a great opportunity for some neat travel photography - architecture photography! Walk the streets or take the short hike (10 minuets) and experience everything from above at Château de Kaysersberg! All you really need is your tripod, 14-24 mm lens and the usual...More

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OfficeDeTourismeKB, Responsable commercial at Chateau de Kaysersberg, responded to this reviewResponded July 20, 2018

Dear Brian, Thank you very much for your visit! Very usefull advices to photography Kaysersberg from the castle. See you soon in Kaysersberg Sandra - tourist office of the Valley of Kaysersberg

Reviewed June 19, 2018

Lovely views over the town and the surrounding vineyards from the tower.... And a welcome breeze on a warm day. Worth the climb.

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OfficeDeTourismeKB, Responsable commercial at Chateau de Kaysersberg, responded to this reviewResponded June 21, 2018

Thank you for your visit! You are right: the view is not to be missed from the castle! See you soon ;-) Sandra - tourist office Vallée de Kaysersberg

Reviewed June 8, 2018

The Chateau is an old ruin, but is kept in good condition and has wonderful views from the top. The stairs can be a work out, but we took a small lunch with us to enjoy the quaint and quiet surroundings. Its was a lovely...More

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OfficeDeTourismeKB, Responsable commercial at Chateau de Kaysersberg, responded to this reviewResponded June 13, 2018

Thank you for your visit! See you soon in Kaysersberg! Sandra - tourist office Vallée de Kaysersberg

Reviewed May 17, 2018

It is a rough path/steps up to the ruined castle but it is free and you get a great view from the top of Kayserberg and the surrounding area.

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OfficeDeTourismeKB, Responsable commercial at Chateau de Kaysersberg, responded to this reviewResponded May 30, 2018

Dear Susan, Thank you for your visit of the castle! See you soon in Kaysersberg ;-) Sandra - tourist office valley of Kaysersberg

Reviewed January 12, 2018

We stopped at the advice of locals and we are so glad we did. This is the cutest little village. If you use the public restrooms inside the wall, you can go out back and get a great photo of the castle on the hill,...More

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OfficeDeTourismeKB, Responsable commercial at Chateau de Kaysersberg, responded to this reviewResponded January 15, 2018

Thank you for your visit Tonia! See you soon in Kaysersberg! Sandra - Office de tourisme Vallée de Kaysersberg

Reviewed August 29, 2017

The Chateau de Kaysersberg was the first ruin we visited while in Alsace. We were able to find parking at the base of the hill quite easily before making the climb up to the ruin. The climb itself was not terrible in midwinter - it's...More

Thank amandamesa
Reviewed August 16, 2017 via mobile

Well worth a visit for the spectacular view of Kaysersberg and sloping vineyards and surrounds. It's free and open 24hrs. But as there is not much light in the tower, it's more practical to go in the day time. A short walk (250+ stairs) to...More

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Reviewed July 27, 2017 via mobile

These castle ruins are brilliant, the little paths up to the castle are charming and make you feel like you're stepping into time. The existing part of the castle consist maximally of it's watch that which you're able to climb quite easily. The surrounding walls...More

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