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13 Aug 2022
Excellent
Excellent guided tour in Hungarian. The palace is wonderful, the staff is kind and helpful.
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Elisabeth,  Austria Austria
19 Oct 2021
Excellent
Eindrucksvoll!! Die Führung war sehr interessant! Spannende Geschichte über die Familie Esterhazy!
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Vladimir,  Slovakia Slovakia
21 Oct 2021
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About: Esterházy Palace

Feast your eyes on the stunning Esterházy Palace in Vienna's Eisenstadt - one of the most beautiful baroque palaces in Austria and a venue for festivals and events. Built in the late 13th century, the Palace Chapel and the world famous Haydnsaal, plus the banquet hall, and wine cellars all offer a glimpse into the life at the court of the Princes Esterházy. The Haydn exhibition explores the life of the musical maestro Joseph Haydn, who served as the composer here for 40 years.

Friday Closed
Saturday 10:00 - 17:00
Sunday 10:00 - 17:00
Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday Closed
Esterházy Palace
1, Esterhazyplatz, 7000, Eisenstadt
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