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I visited the Churburg together with my wife and our three kids (12, 10, and 8 years old). We were all very impressed with the level of preservation of the Burg and with the knowledge of the guide who showed us the place. We joined...More
Coming from New Zealand,castles are one of the things that we‘re most interested in. We have truly glorious nature but none of the beautiful buildings Europe has to offer!
We were in Italy last fall but I forgot to hand in my report then and...More
My boyfriend and I are passionate about history and really love castles so we came up from Bolzano.
Castel Coira looks exactly like a medieval fortress should....we were already excited on the way up from the carpark.
The tourists go to a waiting room with...More
A really beautiful castle with superb Renaissance frescoes and a big collection of late medieval arms and armour. Very sadly, admission is only by guided tour, and although they obviously sometimes offer it in English, the day I visited I had to tag along with...More
Very interesting place to
Visit. Great staff and welcoming. A little boring for youngest (around 6-7 years) but the prisons and the room with the armours' collection is a memorable memory for all kids, adults and teen.
Well organised the tour and also
This old castle doesn't only look like the quintessential castle, it is also nicely preserved with a lot of original structures and items from several centuries. Beautiful wall paintings, amazing rooms, and some rare artefacts. The castle is fairly small but the tour is worth...More
The castle is steeped in history and the Von Trapp family still reside there. You see the castle as you drive into the town. Walk up as the views are worth it although there is a car park close to the castle. Closes at 12pm,...More