The Castle to Burghausen above the old town of the town of the same name is the longest castle complex in Europe at 1051 meters. It has often been the setting for cinema and television productions. It consists of six castle courtyards and, with a few exceptions, is built of tuff ashlars (travertine). A large part of the buildings and the character of the entire complex originate from the time as a residence and state fortress of the Lower Bavarian line of the Wittelsbach dynasty, mainly from the years around 1480 to 1503. Interiors can also be used in the main castle.