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Riegersburg Castle, Riegersburg

Categories: Castles, Tourist Spots
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4.5/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web
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  • For years/decades we all were no longer on the Riegersburg castle, and a lot has really changed: the modern lift is the nu in the Castle, which attaches itself as glued to the lonely rock. From a distance, you can see the impressive facility! To highlight is that the entire Castle (except the interiors) with dog to visit are very pet friendly, because you must also not extra pay. Somewhat overwhelmed the Lady at the cashier at the lift worked... The snake was also getting longer rather than shorter. Not so on the birds of prey waiting: great service, super show of two girls with Eagles and falcons, an experience for the whole family!
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  • Always back admirably. It is but a pity that now requires entry, but the exhibitions and views are worth every penny.
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  • either comfortably by cable car or on foot to climb the Castle. things are looking up, but easily bewältigbar and it is worth. the great views over the country, making a great Castle, living much about tells suburb fun to explore
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  • Baroque chateau built by Franz-Anton Pilgram, between 1731 and 1775. The guided tour consists of beautiful rooms with furniture from 18th and 19th century. A special attraction is a fully functional estate kitchen. They have guided tours in German and Czech language and offer combined entrance with the Hardegg castle.
  • Amazing castle. A must see.
  • Entrance Garden 2€ Elevator Up 4€ Elevator Down 2€ Entrance Castle 12€ Permittance to make Pictures +2€ (Tourist nap) Take the normal Gardenentrance and go by walk 15min up its enough. Free Parking
  • Beautiful scenery.
  • Really highly recommended and the view is spectacular, the views of the Styrian hill country is breathtaking. The only criticisms: one must also pay if you go on foot up the restaurant has no service, self service,
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