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Burg Mauterndorf, Mauterndorf

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  • Very nice medieval castle is visible from the road directly from Obertauern to Murau. We were here in the winter, so the experience was full .... opening days in winter are Tuesday and Thursday. We were here on Saturday.
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  • It looked wonderfully romantic in the snow on a bitterly cold day. Some rooms closed in mid-January but still plenty to see. Signboards and computer screens and all manner of exhibits of clothes and w...  more »
  • The beautiful medieval castle in the heart of the Alpine valleys on the edge of a small ancient village of Mauterndorf. The castle itself is small. Interesting, rather as an architectural structure in the Interior of the Alps and of the town. Castle Museum. Otherwise nothing special.
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  • Nice castle with good exhibition of living in middle ages. Free wifi :) And great history of people connected to castle in 20th century - but look for that on Internet :)
  • The medieval Castle is located in Mauterndorf in Lungau in the province of Salzburg . On a clear day one have a fascinating view of Mauterndorf, the Radstadt Tauern to the north, the Hohe Tauern to the west and the Nockberge in the south from the 130 feet high tower. In the museum we will get to know about the landlord, Archbishop Leonhard von Keutschach and his entourage. A place to know more about the history, the traditions and the characteristics of this alpine region.
  • Nice castle with good explanation(audio tour) how people were living there during the dark ages. Free Wi-Fi available.
  • Old Castle you should visit. Good layout and not much areas you cannot go in the castle. Not much tourists off-season so you can roam freely.
  • Super restoran