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We made this a stop on our way to Vienna. Although you are not allowed to view of the property what did view was very interesting. It is great to see history preserved so the public is able to access at least some of the...More
Stopped in Grein while riding the Danube trail and was looking forward to seeing the castle. We got to the castle approximately 45 minutes after opening and ended up having to do a self guided tour which doesn’t go through all the rooms because the...More
This lovely Castle is owned by the grandson of England’s Queen Victoria. It features an interesting “diamond” room and a grotto. The house has many portraits of royal family and beautiful views of the Danube. We were lucky on our tour to see a local...More
On a bicycle tour, so had one day in this town. Unfortunately, it was Monday, the one day this place is closed. However, the courtyard was open. The signs said that the guided tours start May 1. One could see lots of heads of killed...More
Schloss Greinburg is the oldest residential castle in Austria, dating back to the late middle ages. Highlights are the Renaissance -style courtyard, the Diamond Vault, so named because of its extraordinary ceiling, and the Sala Terrena -- all the surfaces of which are covered in...More