The Kaiserpfalz in Goslar, Germany is the most important and iconic building of the city. It is a royal palace from medieval times, built in the 11th century CE. It consists of different buildings and was used by different emperors over time until 1253. Fires and natural deterioration destroyed the buildings until restauration works started in 1868.
Today you can have tours through the main building and visit a museum on the grounds. Since 1992 the place is a UNESCO world heritage site. You can park directly in front of the building – and from there it is also only a short walk to the wonderful city center of Goslar.