Cadolzburg lookout tower

Cadolzburg lookout tower


Panoramic view from the "pencil

If you want to enjoy the view of historic Cadolzburg and the imposing castle from above, it is worth climbing up the 25-metre-high Cadolzburg lookout tower, affectionately known as the “pencil”. In 1893, the striking neo-Gothic tower was erected at a particularly high point in the town with the aim of attracting more visitors to the picturesque town. You can climb up five floors via a wooden staircase. In the middle there is a small balcony and in the upper part you can then reach the covered viewing platform, which offers a wonderful panoramic view of the region on a clear day.


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