The official London residence of Britain's sovereigns since 1837 and today is the administrative headquarters of the Monarch.
Visit the ruins of a medieval castle, situated on a cliff top in a stunning setting.
One of the most important Renaissance castles in Northern Europe, part of UNESCO World Heritage since the year 2000.
Situated in the Scottish Highlands, this Victorian castle is one of the Queen's of England private residences.
An outstanding 189 room castle in Scotland, home to the dukes of Sutherland for more than 800 years.
Overlooking the Loire river, settled on a limestone cliff, Chateaudun Castle offers an incredible view of about thirty kilometers.
Just a two hour ride from Paris, on the Loire Valley, this fairy tale castle awaits its visitors.
Rising from the moat, with pointed towers and a drawbridge, this castle looks like it just got out of a story book.
Situated 120 meters (400 feet) above sea level, the castle provides magnificent views of the city.
The first fortification built across Great Britain, running for 117 kilometers (73 miles) across the country.
A great example of French architecture, with an 18,000 square meters gallery, making it the largest history museum in the world.
With its unmistakable contour and scenic position along the Tiber river, Sant Angelo Castle is one of Rome's famous attractions.
The famous castle that was the setting of Alexandre Dumas' novel "The Count of Monte Cristo".