Balmoral Castle – Scozia –
Balmoral Castle is located on a 50.000 acre estate in Aberdeenshire. Purchased by the royal family in 1852 to be used as a residence in Scotland, the castle is also open for public visits. It generally is
closed from August to October, because in this period the queen resides there.
Located inside the
Cairngorms National Park, the main attraction of the castle remains its exterior; a well-kept and fairytale garden wrapped in a spectacular scenery of the Scottish plateau.
Entrance: adults £ 11,50, children (5-15 years) £ 5,00, children under 5 free
Cawdor Castle is famous due to its connection with the
William Shakespeare's tragedy, Macbeth. Current home of the Duchess of Cawdor, the castle is now open to the public at various times of the year. Visitors can see its impressive interiors and have access to the historic rooms.
Entrance: adults £ 11,50, children (5-15 years) £ 7,00, children under 5 free
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It is located on the Isle of Mull off the coast of West Scotland and dates back to the 13th century. The castle has been used several times as
film location for productions such as Entrapment.
Entrance: adults £ 6,50, children (4-15 years) £ 3,25, children under 4 free
Dunottar Castle Dunnottar Castle - Scotland -
one of the most beautiful castles in Scotland, much loved especially for the scenery where it stands. Located a few kilometers from Stonehaven, the castle is perched on a rocky outcrop on the edge of the cliff, 50 meters above the sea.
It is accessed by a thin strip of sloping land. The castle is ruined and relatively small, but from its location you can enjoy a
Entrance: adults £ 6,00, children (5-15 years) £ 2,00 You might also like:
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