Harry Potter fans can now attend real-life 'Hogwarts'

A castle in Czocha, Poland has been turned into a spellbinding kingdom of Witchcraft and Wizardry, where adults can live like a real-life 'Hogwarts' student, it has been reported.

Harry Potter fans can now attend real-life 'Hogwarts'

London: A castle in Czocha, Poland has been turned into a spellbinding kingdom of Witchcraft and Wizardry, where adults can live like a real-life 'Hogwarts' student, it has been reported.

More than 200 muggles now have a place to don robes, carry wands and craft their magical skills in a real-life castle with the creation of the Czocha College, reportedly.

"Students" get the chance to take part in a four-day program full of spells, broomsticks and other magical mysteries.

Claus Raasted, an organiser of the wizarding school, said that it was a wild feeling because it feels like to be in a movie and it does not feel like that the people are not real wizards or witches.

The idea came from a colleague who found that the castle could be rented for reasonable rates.

The next experience will be on April 9-12 at Czocha Castle and registration is on Dec 11. 

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