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We took the 'yellow bus,' which is really more of a truck with seats. It dropped us off right at the facility. We were told we could walk it but the bus worked best for us. We did not eat there although a nice meal...More
We drove and parked near the castle and had just a little walk. It is the earliest hill fort layout traced in the Mosel Valley (293-306). There are informational signs around to share the history, It was so interesting to see how the stonework was...More
The castle offers a beautiful view of the town below, and a seemingly popular cafe/restaurant. We peeked in the restaurant and noticed the staff setting up for some sort of event dinner; I imagine this would be a beautiful setting for a small wedding reception...More
With amazing views of the Mossel valley and surrounding vineyards, this castle and restaurant are a great place to hike and enjoy lunch, dinner or a nice glass of the local wine.
The restaurant has floor to ceiling glass walls that allows you to enjoy...More
Landshut Castle was built in the 13th century by the Archbishop of Trier. It is now a ruins. The Archbishop stayed here and recovered from a serious illness by drinking local wines from the vineyards just below the castle. It is one of the oldest...More
We took the train up to the ruins and walked down. The view was incredible. The view from the restaurant, with floor to ceiling windows was breath taking. The food looked great (we ordered beer and cappuccino). A must see.
The best view of Bernkastel-Kues is from this old castle - which is clearly the reason why the Romans built it (and mediaeval Germans improved it) in the first place.
It can be difficult getting to the top on foot, as it's quite a long...More
We caught the little yellow bus up to the castle which was good value for €7 (or €6 with you visitor discount card) for the round trip. Stop for lunch or coffee in Schutzenhaus Beer garden and restaurant. Excellent menu and reasonable prices. Loved the...More
Located on the top of the valley, above the town of Bernkastel-Kues, it's either a 15-minute walk up the hill to the fortress, or you can drive and park. Inside is a bar/restaurant that looked expensive but decent. Entry to the fortress is free and...More
Response from Mihaela L | Reviewed this property |
Yes, but you can climb up to see the view. Besides, there's nothing really exciting to see inside. They have a restaurant in the summer but the food is crappy. Well, it's nice to stop for a glass of wine after the hike up.