The Middle Rhine Valley is a World Heritage Site because of its amazing castles! It has all kinds. For the Seven Kingdoms series, I chose a tollbooth castle, a fortress, a fort with tunnels, a fairy tale garden, a cloaking wall, a castle with ravens, and a hidden castle.
Here are handy links for mini-tours for:
- Saffron Kingdom (Burg Rheinfels in St. Goar)
- Magenta Kingdom (Ehrenbreitstein Fortress in Koblenz)
- Cochem Kingdom (Reichsburg Cochem),
- Fairy Kingdom (near Kall on the “Traumpfad” path of dreams), and
- Blackfly Kingdom (800-year-old tollbooth on the Rhine).
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Tour the Saffron Kingdom: Burg Rheinfels
Burg Rheinfels is the next stop in our Tour of the Seven Kingdoms! The Saffron Kingdom! The Seven Kingdoms fairy tale world is inspired by
Tour Magenta Kingdom: Festung Ehrenbreitstein in Koblenz
The imposing entrance to the fortress that guards the Rhine and Mosel Rivers from above. Ehrenbreitstein means “Honor Broad Stone”. The fortress overlooks the German
Tour Cochem Kingdom: the real home of TROUBLE WITH PARSNIPS
Steep vineyards going up to Reichsburg Cochem Reichsburg Cochem, the inspiration for the Cochem Kingdom in the Seven Kingdom Fairy Tales series: Trouble With Parsnips
Tour a Fairy Kingdom???
Yesterday, we walked for five or six hours and I got buckets of new ideas about the Fairy Kingdom. I love the “Traumpfad” hiking trails
Tour the Blackfly Kingdom: Pfalzgrafenstein Castle
When we travel these days, we often drive or fly. In earlier times, the rivers were the highways. Big and long rivers, like the Rhine