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Really cheap, and there are some little signs with explainations in english and in german. Nothing much left from the castle but the view over the Bastei bridge and the mountains around is very nice. It was not as crowded as the bridge.
Neurathen Castle was located as a observation fortress in the sandstone rock formations of the Bastei. First mentioned in 1755, the remnants of the castle include rooms and staircases carved into the rocks, a cistern and catapult. The views acrid the Elbe River and the...More
The Bastei Bridge is amazing. If you have been to Zhangjiajie, China then you can relate to this place. The views are amazing and the place is really well maintained. If you are afraid of heights then not ideal. You can also hike in this...More
These are the scant remains of a castle with amazing views. It is inexpensive (only 2€) but very interesting. It is fun simply to climb around the remains. I wouldn't make a special trip just for this, but if you're already at the Bastei Bridge,...More
As long as you time your visit to avoid the bus loads busy ticking this off their list, the castle is well worth a visit. Just above the iconic Bastei bridge, there is not a great deal of the castle left. The sheer drops below...More
The Neurathen castle trail is a continuation of Bastei Bridge trail. It is a 1/2 hour one-way loop of an exposed into an air combination of stairs and metal bridges. There are railings everywhere so even for a scary-chicken like me it was OK. It...More
I have found this amazing place just by googling around on Google maps. It was STUNNING! If you come early enough (8am) you can enjoy the beauty in solitude. Depends also on the season and weather. I would recommend sport shoes even though it is...More