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Franzensburg, Laxenburg

#28 of 87 in Historic Sites in Lower Austria
Castle · Hidden Gem · Architectural Building
Franzensburg is a medieval style castle in Laxenburg, Lower Austria, Austria.

Built between 1801 and 1836, it was named in memory of the last Holy Roman Emperor, Francis II, who died in 1835.

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  • We went there in order to see a theatre-performance and as usual we enjoyed the walk there - you're really in plain nature!  more »
  • A great place to spend a day. Boats for rent, a big park with lots of trails. A gorgeous castle with a cafe that has nice shade. Also much shade under trees next to the small buffet next to the boat rental. Lawn chairs to relax next to the castle in tree shade. Truly amazing place.
  • Pleasant walks in the huge park, very good mood. Nice places with a big lake where you can book several types of boats. Lots of sights in the park: old castle, pavilon, isles, bridges, waterfall, cave, and nice playground. Best is the romantic knight castle which has a Hungarian coronation hall as well 😀.
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