I visited Bridgnorth a few years ago. Not much remains of the castle - just a few scattered stones and broken walls. Except for the toppling tower. The views of the River Severn in the valley are simply beautiful as are the gardens that surround the ruins of the castle. It was a wonderful day out visiting the market town. There are many grand listed buildings and Tudor homes. Saint Leonard's Church has been rebuilt, there is a theatre on some steps that go down to the lower part of the town, great chips and England's oldest and steepest cliff railway.
Beat that, Tuscany.