Schlössli Wörth am Rheinfall - From Promenade, Switzerland
Schlössli Wörth am Rheinfall is a beautiful fortified castle on an island located in the Rhine River near Neuhausen am Rheinfall, Switzerland. The castle was built at the beginning of the 13th century and is the only intact Rhine castle in the stretch between Mainz and Basel. Visitors to the castle can explore its cultural and historical heritage, including its impressive mural paintings from the 16th century. The castle also features a restaurant, which serves traditional Swiss food with a view of the Rheinfall, the largest waterfall in Europe. The island itself is connected to the mainland via a bridge, which is also an ideal spot to admire the views. It is especially popular during the summer months, when the sunsets offer spectacular views of the castle and the Rhine River.