High above the romantic Neckar valley in Germany, surrounded by vineyards and broad forests, Germany’s only undestroyed Staufer era castle opens its gates for visitors seeking spectacular eagle air displays, a prizewinning castle museum and tasty eatertainment. One of the many striking features of the Guttenberg Castle is that it has always been inhabited. Today it is still occupied by its owner family, the barons of Gemmingen – in the 16th generation by now. “Extraordinary experiences are the air shows with free-flying eagles, owls and vultures, which are rare to find in Europe,” Bernolph von Gemmingen, baron and owner of the castle, says.