The earliest mention of Laudon Palace was in 1130. Throughout its history, this Baroque water palace, surrounded by a magnificent garden, has repeatedly been associated with weddings. Emperor Frederick III presented this enchanting fairytale castle to his wife Eleonor, Infanta of Portugal, in 1460 on the occasion of their marriage. In 1776, the palace passed into the possession of Field Marshal Ernst Gideon von Laudon, who lent it his name.
You can book the palace’s fresco hall or the smaller library for your dream wedding.