The world is full of beauty and the more I explore the world of travel bloggers and vloggers, the more places get added to my travel wish-list. I don’t know about you, but I get so distracted by the beauty of far-away places that I tend to overlook the beauty near-by. Wartburg Castle was one of these beautiful places I explored not too long ago.
The famous Wartburg Castle, known for Martin Luther translating the New Testament, is actually not too far away from where I live in Germany. Also, it wasn’t the first time I’ve been to Wartburg Castle. However, the first time I’ve been to Wartburg Castle was during a class trip in elementary school and I have no recollection of that trip whatsoever. So the second time around, it still felt like I’ve explored the castle for the first time.
I love castles in general and really can’t stop taking photos of every corner. So that’s why I’ve thought that it would be interesting to share my personal highlights in case anyone is looking for things to do in central Germany.
Wartburg Castle in Eisenach, Germany
Admission: Prices for a guided tour: Adults 9€; Handicapped 7€; Students 5€; Children under 6 years of age are admitted for free.
For the exhibition and the museum only: Adults 5€; Handicapped 4€; Students 3€.
Accessibility: No information on the homepage. However, I believe that people in wheelchairs might not have full access or at least issues accessing every part of the castle. Please contact the castle for more information on that.
Martin Luther’s room:
Anyone been to Wartburg castle? What are some hidden gems near you that you always try to visit, but somehow never manage? Leave a comment down below!