“The Bergisch Three” are three neighbouring major German cities north of the Bergisch Land, namely Wuppertal, Solingen and Remscheid. They share both a unique low mountain landscape and an impressive industrial history whose legacy still continues to shape the region. Visitor’s highlights include the 107m high Müngsten Bridge, which is more than 100 years old, and to this day, the highest railway bridge in Germany. Also, the mighty Schloss Burg in Solingen is one of the largest restored castles in western Germany. In Wuppertal, the most famous sight is the suspension railway, the city’s landmark, and the renowned Von der Heydt Museum, home to a world-class art collection.