[Scenery] Emperor Franz and Sissi met in Bad Ischl, where he ordered the emperor, and Emperor Sophie gave the villa to the emperor as a gift. The royal family often comes here on vacation to hunt
[Interest] The courtyard is covered with green grass, and there is a low hillside opposite the palace, which overlooks the whole town
[Value for money] The Royal Palace Garden is 4.6 euros, and the palace and photo museum are charged separately. Since there was only a German commentary in the palace and I didn’t understand it at all, we only bought tickets for the garden
At that time, the Austrian King Franz Joseph established a summer palace in this beautiful, quiet and quiet town, and also held an engagement ceremony with the historically famous Princess Sissi. It has since become the summer residence of the Austrian royal family and is also known as It is heaven on earth.
The small town of Bad Ischl is famous all over the world for the engagement of Princess Sissi. Many people visit here every year. Like most small towns in Europe, this small town is quiet and beautiful, surrounded by mountains and rivers, which makes people linger.
Building was built in 1849, at the beginning of the Franz Joseph siting. In 1853, Franz Joseph and sissi engagement in the held a grand ceremony. 1854 years later, there will be two people, become the royal family summer home. Here has a museum of the camera, camera enthusiasts might as well come to visit, here to display a lot of photos, there are many rich historical traces of the camera. Is a good place for camera enthusiasts. Like sissi visitors can come here to watch her introduction, to know more about the life of the princess.
Kaiser Villa is founded on 1860's. However they are tenporarily closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.You can visit there from Austria's Salzkammergut (Lake District) and lakeside Hallstatt on this full-day private minivan tour from Salzburg.
little town of Bad Ischl in Upper Austria, the former summer capital of the great Austro- Hungarian Monarchy, however they are close for visit now