This originally early Gothic castle was built in the style of "French
castle" and modified in the Renaissance style. Later it was re-built
as a baroque chateau. In the end of the 19th century the chateau was
renovated in the romantic style for Archduke Frantisek Ferdinand d´Este.
It includes a rose garden, a large English park, luxurious lounges
and chateau collections (such as an armory, a library, a chapel and
others), private rooms of F. F. d´Este, a picture gallery, the St.
Jiri´s (George's) Museum and a shooting gallery.