Japan’s Himeji Castle, one of the few remaining original castles in the country, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Known as the “White Heron Castle”, it stands as a testament to Japan’s rich architectural heritage.
In the heart of France, the Chateau de Chambord is a marvel of French Renaissance architecture. This 16th-century castle, renowned for its distinctive French architecture and its double-helix staircase.
Spanning the River Cher, the French Renaissance Chenonceau Castle is known for its beautiful gardens and rich history. This castle is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in French history and architecture