Burg Pfalzgrafenstein is a spectacular island castle situated in the middle of the Rhine in Kaub, Germany. This fortress was built in the 1300s and served as a one-stop shop for tolls, taxes and tickets for the Rhine. It is an impressive sight, surrounded by water and surrounded by an elaborate system of canals, moats and drawbridges. Its unique shape and style makes it a prime destination for international tourists and photographers. Explore the ancient castle and its defense system, including its two rings of defensive walls, two towers and two gates. Get a unique view from the terraces and marvel at the beautiful Flora and Fauna that inhabit the island. Immerse yourself in the mystery of centuries-old artifacts, including the original toll-booth machinery, and feel the history of this special place.