ToursByLocals Top European Castle Tours

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Here’s your guide to our top European Castle Tours in Madrid, Copenhagen, Bucharest, and Munich. Let an expert local guide unravel stories from the past while visiting these vast architectural wonders!

Madrid Castle Tour

If you are crazy about castles and never get tired of them, then this tour is for you. Go back in time to medieval Spain where you’ll have the chance to stop at four castles all of which are about an hour’s drive from Madrid. The highlight? Lunch in the dining room at the Bishop’s Castle of Sigüenza which dates back to the 12th Century.

Copenhagen Castle Tour

Established in the 1420s, Castle Kronborg played an important part in Danish history which makes this UNESCO World Heritage sight a must see while visiting Copenhagen. Shakespeare enthusiast? Elsinore was inspired by Castle Kronberg in Shakespeare’s play Hamlet! Finish the day off with a stop at Frederiksborg Castle where you’ll see the Barok Garden, the charming church, the Carl Bloch exhibition and the biggest and most amazing renaissance ball room in Europe.

Bucharest Castle Tour

A must see for all Bucharest visitors, this full day tour includes essential Romanian landmarks. First stop is Peles Castle, the former summer residence of Romanian royalty and considered one of the most beautiful European palaces. Next is Bran Castle, famous for its connection with Count Dracula! Last but not least, the Saxon medieval town of Brasov. Experience all of these sights in the scenic natural setting of the Carpathian Mountains. All of the above plus a stop for lunch at a traditional Romanian restaurant where you will sample typical Romanian dishes and local wines. What’s not to love?

Munich Castle Tour

Travel through the beautiful Bavarian countryside to Neuschwanstein for a tour of the famous ‘Disney’ castle - one of the most photographed castles in the world. Stop for a Bavarian style lunch then see Linderhof, the small palace where King Ludwig once lived. Finish the day off with a visit to the charming town of Oberammergau, famous for Passion Play, wood carvings and wall paintings.
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