NEUSCHWANSTEIN CASTLE, BAVARIA, GERMANY

An Inspiration behind the Sleeping Beauty’s Castle at Disneyland, Neuschwanstein Castle is an iconic structure that is most visited at the end of Main Street.

This Medieval castle was once a refuge for King Ludwig II of Bavaria, Germany, who spends much of his fortune of kingdom building castles.

BRAN CASTLE, BRASOV, ROMANIA

When the topic is about Bran Castle, most people immediately think of, and Dracula and many consider this is castle has direct like to Bram Stoker’s character.

This castle is about 2500 ft above the sea level and surrounded by trees, and some of its turrets and towers give a mysterious atmosphere.

CHAMBORD CASTLE, LOIR-ET-CHER, FRANCE

As you approach the Chambord Castle, you will immediately get an extraordinary amount of detail in every corner of it.
Francis built this back in 1519, and its French Renaissance architectural design is a mix of classical Italian aspects with medieval defensive structures.

MOSZNA CASTLE, POLAND

The Moszna Castle has an original Baroque style back in the 17th century before neo-Gothic and neo-Renaissance touches were added, which gives it a Hogwarts appeal. Most of the architectural details of this medieval castle offer an impressive stylistic diversity.

LEEDS CASTLE, KENT, UNITED KINGDOM

This Medieval castle is grand and romantic, that is located on two islands in the middle of a lake, and gives a real-life fairytale experience. It is surrounded by gardens and parkland, which makes it a perfect spot for a romantic getaway or day out with the family.

PRAGUE CASTLE, PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC

Recognized as the world’s largest castle by Guinness Book of Records, Prague Castle covers 70,000 square meters and compromises numerous buildings such as defense towers, St Vitus Cathedral, churches, and museums.

Visitors can also witness the Golden Lane, presidential palace, and the 16th-century street that used to be the spot for royal goldsmiths.

PENA PALACE, SINTRA, PORTUGAL

Just above the town of Sintra, Pena Palace is a fanciful destination that glows red and yellow and will give you a Disneyland vibe.
This castle was inspired by German architecture that includes twin chimneys, ornamental buttresses, and cartoon-like gargoyles.

BOJNICE CASTLE, BOJNICE, SLOVAKIA

From the very first glance of Bojnice Castle, you will feel magic, romance, and “once upon a time” aura. It was built in the 12th century and later on restored in the late 19th century, and is perched on a travertine hill surrounded by a beautiful park.

SEGOVIA FORTRESS, SEGOVIA, SPAIN

This 13th-century castle has a boat-like shape and sticks out above the meeting of two rivers, which made the secret passageways possible.

Segovia Fortress is said to be among the inspirations for Cinderella Castle at Disneyland.

BUDA CASTLE, BUDAPEST, HUNGARY

Being one of the most magnificent symbols of Hungary, Buda Castle houses the Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest History Museum, and National Szechenyi Library.

This castle is originally founded by King Bela IV and gives a breathtaking panoramic view over the river.