Today the official residence of the Austrian President
, until 1918 it was the residence of the Emperor of Austria.
This baroque palace was once the summer residence of Prince Eugen of Savoy, consisting of the Upper and the Lower Belvedere. It is also home to the Austrian Gallery
One of the most important baroque estates in Europe and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Up until 1918 it was the Imperial Summer Residence and it contains the Imperial Apartments as well as the oldest zoo in the world
A 17th century baroque residence which includes the stately Haydn-Hall
that regularly hosts concerts.
This imposing fortress from the Middle Ages
houses 20000 exhibits and an armoury.
The beautiful ruins of Landskron Castle can be found near Villach. Attractions include a bird of prey exhibition
and a "Monkey-Mountain" with free-roaming monkeys
was built on a limestone rock that rises 150m above the valley
, allowing visitors a spectacular view over the neighbouring mountains, hills and countryside.
is the most significant castle complex of romantic historicism in Austria, just a 40-minute drive from Vienna
, and host to numerous cultural events
Prince Eugene’s summer palace Schloss Hof
was brought back to life as one of the most beautiful baroque buildings in the world
, thanks to a renovation project that began in 2002 and cost more than 30 million euros. It contains a ballroom, the state apartments, and a baroque garden terrace complete with pavillions and fountains.
This popular tourist destination near Vienna has medieval origins and was rebuilt in the 19th century. Today it attracts visitors with its bird of prey displays
The Baroque Palace of Riegersburg
The most important baroque palace in Lower Austria
, with state apartments and historic palace kitchens.
A lavishly decorated Renaissance castle near Horn
. Attractions include a bird of prey display and a tournament ground.
Splendid Renaissance palace near Melk, with an arcaded courtyard, terracotta decorations and an exhibition centre
Upper Austria Schloss Greinburg.
Renaissance castle overlooking the Danube, with exhibition rooms and a maritime museum
Once the Bad Ischl summer residence of Emperor Franz Joseph I and "Sisi" - Empress Elizabeth I
SalzburgerLand Hohensalzburg Fortress
A genuine symbol of the town of Salzburg
and one of the largest surviving fortresses in central Europe.
Built in 1606, Mirabell Palace boasts beautiful palace gardens
in the heart of Salzburg
This tall, jutting rock offers a
gusty view of the surrounding mountains. The province’s falconry centre, the dashing weaponry, the museums and the dark corners
all encourage visitors to investigate the mighty walls from within.
This baroque palace in Graz
is part of the UNESCO World Heritage site “Graz - Historic Centre”
, and also houses the pre- and early history collections of the Universalmuseum Joanneum
Look forward to beautiful baroque rooms and a 300 year-old wine cellar
Just the sight of Riegersburg Castle perched on top of an extinct volcano
amidst the rolling hills of South-Eastern Styria would be worth a visit. However, the castle has much more to offer, including
3 museums, regular birds of prey shows and a Via Ferrata course on the rock
A Renaissance palace overlooking the city of Innsbruck
The Innsbruck Hofburg
The former seat of the ruling Princes of Tirol, remodelled into a baroque palace by Empress Maria Theresia
The landmark of Kufstein, the fortress has the largest open-air organ in the world
and hosts regular cultural events.
One of the most beautiful late Gothic, early Renaissance
palaces in Europe.