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The Grafenegg Castle was built by Leopold Ernst in the mid-19th century. Today, it is an important cultural centre hosting many exhibitions and concerts. The Grafenegg Castle allows guided tours of its interiors, which include a chapel, as well as decadent parlours decorated with wood and furnished with period furniture, carpets and fireplaces. The castle is surrounded by a beautiful well-kept garden, which is a popular spot for picnics and relaxation.
If you want to eat well, the Grafenegg Castle offers a restaurant with a hotel owned by the cooking celebrity and wine producer Toni Mörwald. A menu of three to five courses will cost you 45-60 EUR. Accommodation costs 89-103 EUR in a single room and 118-138 EUR in a double room. The best way to access the Grafenegg Castle is by car or train. You should take road S5 to get here by car, but do not forget to turn in time. There are six trains a day arriving to the railway station of Wagram-Grafenegg, about 2 km from the castle.