Burghausen Castle has been bestowed the title of The Largest Castle in the World (1,051.02 meters / 3,448 feet and 2 inches), a fact that should have earned it more fame than it has. Moreover, it is one of the few castles to have preserved original fortifications. It enjoys a picture-perfect location on a narrow ridge between the Salzach River and Lake Wöhrsee, towering over the medieval town of Burghausen, Upper Bavaria. The first mention of this castle can be traced back to the Bronze Age, though it has undergone modifications since then. This gorgeous travertine-stone castle has sprawling courtyards and beautiful Art Nouveau interiors.
Burg 48, 84489 Burghausen, Germany, +49 89 179080