Who doesn’t love vacations? You know, that time when you begin to pack your bags and the only thing you can think about is that place you are going to visit. There are so many beautiful places in this big world and it is hard to choose only one, but today we suggest you some of the most beautiful castles from all across the globe.
With an amazing architecture and a great endurance under the time’s mark, they are still impressive works of art which worth to be visited and admired.
One of the world’s greatest castles is Mont Saint Michel in France. It is an impressive sight to see and it will definitely take your breath away. It is purely majestic!
The next one is Bodiam Castle in East Sussex, England. A 14-th century fortification built in 1385 and it still looks amazing.
Here it stands Miranda Castle in Belgium. This is quite a scary sight to see, the castle was built in the 19th-century in a ne0-Gothic style and it’s also known as Castle Noisy.
Let’s make a stop to the Peles Castle in Romania. It was constructed for King Carol I because he fell in love with the magnificent mountain scenery in the area where the castle was built. These landscapes really complete the beautiful design of this castle!
This one is Matsumoto Castle, one of Japan’s premier historic castles. The building is also known as “Crow Castle” due to its black exterior. It was built in 1504 and the rehabilitation began in 1960.
The Hohenzollern Castle in Germany was built in the 11th century, then was completely destroyed in 1423 and was rebuilt in 1461. The view towards Mount Hohenzollern (855 m) is stunning and very complex.
One of the biggest and majestic castles in the world is Castle Howard in England. This place is actually a family residence of Howard family who lived here for 300 years. It is the largest residence in UK and its construction took about 15 years.
Prague Castle is an icon of the Czech Republic and is one of the oldest and largest castles in the world. This is the largest coherent castle complex in the world, according to the Guinness Book of World Records. A UNESCO World Heritage site with an area of almost 70,000 m².