Esterházy Palace, Fertőd
The Esterházy Palace in Fertőd is the most beautiful baroque palace in Hungary; it is also referred to as ‘the Hungarian Versailles’.
Perhaps the most special attraction of Sopron is the Taród Castle, also called Fool's Castle and Owl Castle. For the most part, it is the 50-year work of one single man, István Taródi, who used 150-200 railway cars of stones and bricks in the course of the construction until his death in 2010.
Széchenyi Palace, Nagycenk
The residence of the Széchenyi family in Cenk, as a national memorial monument of Hungary, commemorates the life and work of István Széchenyi and the family working for the development of Hungary.
Széchényi Palace, Fertőszéplak
A 1264 document mentions a tower that stood on the site of the palace. The Széchényi family took possession of the palace in 1682, who took it from the Esterházy family as a pledge.
Bishop's Palace, Fertőrákos
The sources first mention the Rákos estates of the Bishop of Győr after the Mongol invasion, during the time of King Béla IV. After the Turks occupied Győr, Fertőrákos became the seat of the bishops of Győr in the 16th century.
The Röjtökmuzsaj Palace
An outstanding attraction of Röjtökmuzsaj is the Nagy-Verseghy palace in Felsőbük. With the reconstruction of the manor house of the Széchényi family, the Nagy family of Felsőbük expanded it into a palace in the second half of the 18th century.