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The history here goes back the 1300s with thick walls and an old moat. It is hard to imagine royalty actually living there and it being considered luxury. One can only image the real life of we ordinary people. It must have been terrible. Each...More
The castle is part crumbling fortress, part Renaissance buildings. It seemed that the only way to see the inside of the buildings is by guided tour, and these occur in English only once a week on Wednesday at 2pm, according to one of the web...More
The guide Ann was very good. There was just the 3 of us including a 9 year old and she gave enough detail to keep all of us interested with our being too much. She was able to answer any question we asked. A beautiful...More
This castle is very good because you get to see the medieval side of the castle and how it then expanded during the renaissance. The castle is also small enough that you don't rush from one side to another. We were there with our 3...More
This is preserved to an amazing standard and so well kept it is in quite an incredible state. The grounds are so peaceful and the architecture beautiful. The extensions were added sympathetically which makes it so more interesting to imagine how it all came together....More
The castle is worth the visit. Take the tour, it's really cheap, we paid 6€ for 5 people (kids were free). You can visit the grounds free of charge, you just pay for the guide and the temporary exhibition if you chose to.