Vienna Woods, Lake Neusiedler, and the Danube River

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  • 1. Bratislavský hrad


    With roots dating back more than a millennium—it was first mentioned in 907 for its role in a battle between Bavarians and Hungarians—Bratislava...Read More

  • 2. Burg Kreuzenstein


    Seemingly lifted from the pages of a German fairy tale, Burg Kreuzenstein bristles with storybook turrets and towers. Sitting atop a hillside...Read More

  • 3. Richard the Lionheart Castle


    It may involve a steep, 30-minute climb up to 500 feet above the town, but the ruins of this famous castle—and its spectacular views up and...Read More

  • 4. Schloss Esterházy


    The former palace of the ruling princes reigns over the town. Built in the Baroque style between 1663 and 1672 on the foundations of a medieval...Read More

  • 5. Schlosshof


    A true Baroque gem, this castle is shining even more brilliantly since the completion of extensive restorations. The product of that master...Read More

  • 6. Devínsky hrad


    Located on the confluence of the Morava and Danube rivers that form the border between Slovakia and Austria, just 10½ kilometers (6½ miles)...Read More

  • 7. Esterházy-kastély


    A 30-minute drive east of Sopron in the town of Fertőd, and near the southern shore of Neusiedl Lake, this magnificent yellow baroque and rococo...Read More

  • 8. Primaciálny palác


    This gorgeous Neoclassical building, constructed between 1778 to 1781 for the Archbishop József Batthyány—"primate" is a title given to a bishop...Read More

  • 9. Schloss Rohrau


    Also in Rohrau, this palace is where Haydn's mother worked as a cook for Count Harrach. It also has one of the best private art collections...Read More

  • 10. Schlossmuseum


    The massive four-story Linz Schloss (Linz Castle) was rebuilt as a palace by Friedrich III around 1477, literally on top of a castle that dated...Read More

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