Built in 1903 by a German governor as a hunting and fishing villa, this hulk of a building spices Qingdao's landscape with a touch of Bavaria. Located along the eastern stretches of Beach 2, it combines Roman and Gothic architectural styles so as to resemble a low-budget castle. The structure's tower furnishes postcard views of Taiping Bay. Thick stands of pine trees and manicured gardens surround the mansion making for the perfect setting for a leisurely walk.
Attractions & Landmarks, Beaches/Bodies of Water