Regensberg Castle was once the ancestral seat of the House of Regensberg.
Regensberg Castle can be found in the municipality of the same name, situated to the north-west of Zurich. It lies in a somewhat elevated location on the eastern foothills of the Lägern ridge, which links the north of Zurich with Baden.
Regensberg Castle has characterized the region since the 13th century. The castle and the small town built around it – both of which have been extremely well preserved – were once the ancestral seat of the House of Regensberg.
Nowadays, the castle belongs to the Regensberg Castle Foundation. The round tower is still open to the public and offers a spectacular panoramic view of the surrounding region. In addition, information panels inside the tower relate the history of the small country town of Regensberg.
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