10 Beautiful Castles from Around the World on Pinterest

We’re trying something new this week.

I’m finding that Pinterest is a great tool for planning trips, and even getting inspiration for great places to visit.

So, in the spirit of sharing some of the beautiful photos we’ve found, and inspiring everyone to travel more, we’re sharing 10 gorgeous photos of castles from around the world.

What do you think? Would you visit any of these castles? Let us know in the comments.

Arolsen Castle, Germany

Bad Arolsen Germany by Bert Kaufmann

Credit:  Bert Kaufmann

Cherry Blossoms at Osaka Castle Park, Japan

Cherry Blossoms at Osaka Castle Park by Loft Travel

Credit:  Loft Travel

Duart Castle, Scotland

Duart Castle Scotland by Hil Vanderwaal

Credit:  Hil Vanderwaal

Dundas Castle or Craig-E-Clare, New York

Dundas Castle by Forsaken Fotos

Credit:  Forsaken Fotos

Eilean Donan Castle, Scotland

Eilean Donan Castle by Gianni Sarti

Credit:  Gianni Sarti

Erenstein Castle,  Kerkrade, Netherlands ‎

Erenstein Castle by Miciel Buijse

Credit:  Miciel Buijse

Gothic Church of St. Peter, Portovenere Liguria, Italy

Portovenere Liguria Italy by Jarle Refsnes

Credit:  Jarle Refsnes

Schloss Schwerin Castle, Germany

Schloss Schwerin by Saturn

Credit: Harald Hoyer

View of the Two Towers from the top of Blarney Castle, Ireland

View of the two towers, from the top of Blaney Castle by Williewonker

Credit: Williewonker

Bride on the Steps of Cathedral Se, Porto, Portugal

6 Responses

  1. On A Junket

    Would have been great to see the Osaka Castle. I visited Japan about 5 years ago…I need to go back. The park is very serene.

    The Eilean Donan Castle looks like something from Games of thrones.

    Thanks for the list.

  2. Gvork

    Its Blarney Castle not Blaney. On a good sunny day its gorgeous. You can always go leprachaun hunting in the gardens if its not….

  3. Robert

    That is not a picture of Dundas castle. That is Craig E Clair castle in Roscoe NY….. The real Dundas is much larger.

    • Charles Kosman

      Thanks Robert. I just made the change. It is known as the Craig-E-Clare however it was built by Ralph Wurts-Dundas in 1924 so calling it the Dundas Castle is still appropriate though obviously it’s not the same as the Dundas Castle in Scotland. Thanks for the note. Surprised no one caught it before today.


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