Falkenstein Castle on Donnersberg, which dates back to the Middle Ages, is still in ruins today. The remains of towers, walls and the cistern make impressive motifs that are worth photographing.
Lichtenberg Castle near Thallichtenberg in Kuseler Land is one of the longest castle ruins in Germany. The castle complex is still used in a variety of ways and offers an impressive photo opportunity with the completely preserved and accessible keep.
The Karlstal Gorge near Trippstadt offers beautiful, varied photo opportunities with its small waterfalls, rapids and rock formations. Particularly well-known is the pavilion on a small rock plateau in the middle of the stream of the Moosalbe, which is accessible via various paths and bridges designed by the famous landscape gardener Friedrich Ludwig von Sckell.
The Rauhfels Rock on Kleiner Rauhberg near Spirkelbach is an imposing rock reef that offers both photo opportunities of the surrounding rocks and of the rock formation itself.
Herzogplatz in Zweibrücken is lined with impressive baroque buildings, which today include house the city administration. Due to its location on the Schwarzbach and the neighboring Hallplatz with the König-Ludwig-Brunnen, this creates a beautiful photo opportunity.
This observation tower on the Weißenberg near the Hermersbergerhof offers a wide view, among other things into Alsace. Great panoramic photos can be taken from the viewing platform.
After the mining operations were shut down, the Erdekaut landscape park, which is now striking, developed on the site near Eisenberg. A great variety of flora and fauna can be photographed here, which are reflected in the water.
Originally, the Mehlinger Heath area was used as a training site. Only after the withdrawal of the armed forces was today's very species-rich nature reserve, which is one of the largest heathlands in southern Germany.
The Hochstein near Dahn is a rock group in the Dahner Felsenland that is popular with climbers. But photographers also get their money's worth here and are rewarded with impressive nature photographs and a far-reaching view.
The Wegelnburg is the highest castle in the Palatinate. Due to its proximity to the French border, it offers an interesting photo opportunity with other castles both in the West Palatinate and in France.
Together with the Diemerstein Castle ruins in the background, Villa Denis in Diemerstein near Frankenstein offers an attractive photo opportunity - not only for architecture lovers.
The Remigiusberg is located in the county of Kusel and is home to the Remigius chapel and the old provostry as well as the Michelsburg Castle. Here, the interplay of secular and ecclesiastical buildings can be photographically staged.
The Zellertal is a sub-region of the West Palatinate characterized by viticulture. The slopes with the grapevines in connection with the Zellertal Memorial, which can be seen from afar, form a great photo opportunity.
Almost nothing is left of the former castle on the Ruppertfelsen near Lemberg. Nonetheless, the rock offers a good view and is very suitable as a beautiful photo subject for panoramic shots.
The rock gorge "Hexenklamm" near Gersbach/Pirmasens is now a registered natural monument. Many small waterfalls and rock washouts offer interesting photo motifs with a varied play of light and shadow.
Rock hiking trail Rodalben
A photo motif on the rock hiking trail near Rodalben is the so-called bear cave, the largest natural sandstone cave in the Palatinate. During a hike, many other great motifs, such as waterfalls and caves, can be discovered and photographed.
City hall Kaiserslautern
The town hall of the city of Kaiserslautern now stands on part of the site of the former Kaiserpfalz castle. From the 21st floor you can take panoramic photos over the roofs of the city - from Betzenberg in the south to far into Landstuhler Bruch.
This extensive park was built on a former industrial wasteland in Pirmasens. Outdoor exhibits of the Science Center Dynamikum in connection with the former shoe factory "Rheinberger" in the background of the park enable great photo motifs in the landscape park close to the city.
The Japanese Garden in Kaiserslautern is the largest enclosed garden of its kind in Europe. Whether tea house, pond or moss and rock gardens - there are many exotic and Far Eastern photo opportunities here.
The Verena Chapel in Mittelbrunn, which dates from the late Middle Ages, is only preserved today as a ruin. With the well-preserved scabbard arches, it offers a great historical photo motif that one would expect to find in Ireland or Scotland.