We have selected what we think are 30 Of The Most Beautiful Castles in Europe and I’m sure you’ll enjoy viewing them.  If you’ll look around the net, you’ll  basically see the same castles everywhere. Although we kept some of the most popular castles in our collection too, we aimed (and I think that we succeeded) to gather a diverse, yet unique collection of castles.

Nevertheless, below, you’ll see some really beautiful castles from countries such as France, UK, Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Romania, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Poland or Lithuania. That means 11 countries and an extremely diverse palette of styles.  Furthermore, some of the castles are built in the Middle Ages, while the others are built in the 18 or 19th Century. So, in terms of historical heritage, it should make this article an extremely interesting one.

Another thing, I don’t know if you guys watch or have heard of Downton Abbey (TV Series), but we have selected the beautiful Highclere Castle (where the action takes places) in our collection. Now, enjoy all these unique castles, be inspired and if you will like this article, then please share it with your friends or community! Many thanks! Cheers!

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Château de Sully sur Loire (France)



Windsor Castle (UK)



Bodiam Castle (UK)



Highclere Castle (UK)



Örebro Castle (Sweden)



Taranto Castle (Italy)



Chambor Castle (France)





The Castle of Mota (Spain)



Chenonceau (France)



Challain Castle (France)



Cheverny Castle (France)



 Château de Frazé – Eure-et-Loir (France)



Château de La Source (France)



Trakai Castle (Lithuania)



Peles Castle (Romania)



Rosenbork Castle (Denmark)



Chateau de Bourbilly (France)



Chateau Martainville (France)



 Neuschwanstein Castle (Germany)



Eilean Donan Castle (Scotland)



Chantilly Castle (France)



Marlbork Castle (Poland)



Saumur Castle (France)



Chateau De La Cazine, Limoges (France)



Beuvriere Castle (France)



Dunrobin Castle (UK)



Haar Castke (Netherlands)



Beauregard Castle (France)