What a great place! Really brings to life how people back then lived. Gorgeous views from the castle of the valley, too.
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Marksburg Castle is like no other on the Rhine because it's complete and open to the public. Wear strong comfortable shoes to walk on the rough cobblestones. Guides will take you through eight rooms including the common room, and blacksmith shop. The castle was built...More
Took a tour of the castle. Had seen it from the Rhine river and then went for a tour. One word...beautiful! Only castle on the Rhine not ever to be destroyed. Walking the hallways gave a feeling of going back in time. Well worth the...More
The only castle on the Rhine that has never been rebuilt, it is still the original 13th Century castle. But it has to be said getting up to the castle is a bit of a struggle. there are stairs or a slope from where you...More
We went as part of a Scenic tour - did the Castle tour followed by a medieval dinner/feast with music and a jester. Great evening - the dinner was good (not 5 star) but the entertainment was the highlight - maybe a bit corny but...More
We decided to visit Marksburg Castle as it looks very impressive and is the only castle on the Rhine that has never been destroyed. We walked up to the castle from the K-D pier. The walk isn't very long but is very steep and quite...More
This is an original castle and unlike many along the Rhine was not destroyed or rebuilt. The interior is well furnished and there are guidef tours. There sre English guided tours at the 1pm and 3 pm and we had Robert who was amusing and...More
This was an optional extra tour on our river cruise on the Monarch Queen. We loved the castle and especially our tour guide who's dry sense of humour was a feature of the tour !
Very interesting historic castle which is the only one along Rhine which was never destroyed or taken by enemies. Located on the top of a hill close to the rive with a magnificent view. Go along with a tourguide, information booklets are available in several...More