Germany boasts some of the world's most majestic castles.
Rising from the thickly forested foothills, Neuschwanstein looks like a mirage.
Inspired by the works of Richard Wagner, King Ludwig II envisaged the castle as a giant theatrical stage where he could escape into a dream world.
Burg Hohenzollern is one of Germany’s most imposing castles.
With many turrets and battlements rising above the town of Hechingen, the castle is an architectural masterpiece.
Marienburg reminds me a lot of the castle in the Sleeping Beauty.
The castle was the token of true love, which dwells between King George V, the Last King of Hanover, and Queen Marie.
It was the gift of His Majesty to his wife on her 39th birthday. The Queen loved this place and resided here until the exile of King George V in 1866.
Seemingly floating over the water, Schwerin Castle looks like the work of a magician.
The castle has a “storybook appearance”, featuring turrets, golden domes, and a stunningly beautiful garden.
Parts of the castle’s attractiveness lies in the surrounding lake and gardens.