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Majestic

This castle is beautiful, you can't miss it as it looms over the town. The entrance is a marvel in... read more

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SueScapades
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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
This castle is worth the drive!

Decided to take an extra two hours to drive from the Tyrol in upper Austria to see Sigmaringen... read more

Reviewed 10 September 2018
June S
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Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Karl-Anton-Platz 8, 72488 Sigmaringen, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This castle is beautiful, you can't miss it as it looms over the town. The entrance is a marvel in itself, full of trophies from hunts! You buy your ticket at the top of the entrance and then wait for your guide as a tour...More

Thank SueScapades
Reviewed 10 September 2018

Decided to take an extra two hours to drive from the Tyrol in upper Austria to see Sigmaringen Castle in Sigmaringen, Germany before dropping our rental car off in Munich that evening. It was every bit worth the trip! What a wonderful, magnificent place! The...More

Thank June S
Reviewed 27 August 2018

Found Sigmaringen when we driving back from somewhere else. We hadn't heard of it but when we saw it we thought we'd go back another day. We didn't go in the castle but we just had a look around and a walk by the river...More

Thank Keith W
Reviewed 25 July 2018 via mobile

Worth the climb to the top of the hill. To visit the castle one must follow a guided tour in German. However, the printed handouts in English and French served us just fine as we toured this historic castle. As France fell to the Allies,...More

2  Thank joyceheard
Reviewed 23 July 2018 via mobile

Sigmaringen castle is worth seeing. It is on the top of the hill where you can sea breathtaking view and Donau river. Which is the second longest river in Europe.

Thank Jordan1st_jo
Reviewed 10 July 2018

Had read the reviews, so was fully aware that the guided tour was in German. Pity the audio devise given for the military section couldn’t be extended for the guided tour. But as previously stated on reviews, the written information sheet gave you the detail...More

1  Thank siant2015
Reviewed 23 June 2018

The castle certainly is worth a visit.The castle is located in the center of the old city so think about the time needed to park a car,it's not so easy.There're no free tours,only guided tours in German,the audio guide in different languages strangely covers only...More

Thank Evgueni2013
Reviewed 13 June 2018 via mobile

The castle's location is perfect both in terms of a beauty and comfort. It can be easily reached by tourists and beloved by photographers. Built above the Danube the castle can be viewed from different locations. We did not have time to visit the castle,...More

Thank Alona S
Reviewed 17 May 2018 via mobile

I loved it. The tour is in German starting every hour. If you arrive between the tours you can visit the armory. The audioguide is free to take the tour with. The biggest collection of arms in existence still. The castle itself is impressive. Even...More

Thank Carmen D
Reviewed 25 March 2018

This was a wonderful place to visit. But in the German tour there was an American translator who wanted to translate EVERYTHING into English. This meant an hour tour turned out to be almost 90 minutes long. The castle was cold, some elderly folk were...More

1  Thank alexingohr
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Eva K
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hi! yes it can be reach by public with public transport. There's a bus that takes you to town center. There the castle entrance is located near an old fountain. The entrance is a road that goes up to the castle height. Hope... More
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