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The most beautiful castle location for your event

Burg Landskron

A-9523 Landskron
People: up to 250 in 4 rooms
Type: Representation rooms
Price from: by arrangement

Booking request

    • 4
      Representation rooms
    • 360m2
    • 250
      Maximum number of guests

    Whether for business or pleasure - Landskron Castle is always a special place

    Landskron Castle offers the unique experience of hosting seminars and events in a historic setting. The restored rooms in the castle are the perfect ambience for your guests. The outstanding technical equipment makes every event a perfect experience. In addition to the rooms, Landskron Castle offers attractive outdoor areas that can be used for team activities or breaks. Here, participants have the opportunity to enjoy the impressive view and be inspired by the atmosphere. To spoil you and your guests with culinary highlights, the "castle kitchen" will create exquisite dishes from the region. To ensure that everything runs smoothly, the castle team will accompany you from the very beginning and provide professional on-site support.


    Rooms: with cinema setup:
    Tower hall: 105m2 for max. 110 people
    Crown Hall: 103m2 for max. 72 people
    Burgstüberl: 58m2 for max. 32 people
    Mareschsaal: 93m2 for max. 40 people

    A chapel is available for weddings.


    Supporting programme at the castle
    Eagle Arena
    Monkey mountain

    Destination Location Distance
    Train Villach 6,4km
    Airport Klagenfurt 43km

    The event rooms offer the following options

    • WLAN
    • Seminar room
    • Terrace
    • Castle courtyard


    • Electricity connection 230V
    • Microphone
    • Beamer
    • Screen


    • not barrier-free
    • Parking area
    • Chapel
    • Outdoor wedding area


    • Seminars
    • Management meetings
    • Anniversaries
    • Birthday parties
    • Product presentations
    • Weddings
    • Exhibitions
    • Concerts
    • Movie set


    • Caterer in the house


    • Nearby

    Sanitary facilities

    • Ladies/Gentlemen extra

    In the surrounding area

    • Mountainbike
    • Lake
    • Hiking
    • Culture
    • Riding
    • Golf
    • Tennis

    From a burial mound to an imposing castle

    Sword discoveries, inscription stones and burial mounds prove that Landskron was already inhabited in the 9th century BC. Some of these artefacts are now walled up in the Kronensaal. A document of King Karlmann from 878 reports that the property was donated to the Altötting monastery in Bavaria. In 1028, Count Ozzi appears as the new lord of the manor, followed by the Counts of Sternberg, who built a castle. In 1330, the estate was sold to the Counts of Ortenburg.

    In a document dated 25 July 1351, "Landskron" is named as such for the first time. In 1355, the Habsburgs were the new lords and in 1392 the castle was pledged to the Counts of Cilli. From 1436 to 1447, the Lords of Stubenberg were at Landskron. Emperor Maximilian I donated Landskron to the Order of the Knights of St George in 1511; the castle burnt down in 1542 and could not be rebuilt by the Order. Christoph Khevenhüller zu Aichberg bought Landskron on 8 July 1542.

    In 1552, Emperor Charles V was a guest at Landskron Castle. A son of Khevenhüller, called Bartlmä, was given the lordship of Landskron. He built it into a leisure castle and ensured its fortification. For ten years (from 1584 to 1594) a 150 metre (!) deep well was dug. Around 1600, Landskron was a magnificent Renaissance manor house. The castle was surrounded by a double ring wall with seven towers, the main building had four floors, a high castle tower and was fortified with strong defence towers.

    In 1628, the Protestant nobility had to emigrate and the castle was confiscated. Count Dietrichstein acquired Landskron in 1639. Lightning struck in 1812. The magnificent castle was completely burnt down. In 1953, ÖR Hans Maresch built a first-class café-restaurant in the remains. After his death, his sister, Mrs Christine Kunz, took over the castle ruins and brought the restaurant up to its current state through further renovation work. In 1982, Mrs Kunz handed over her property to her two daughters Elisabeth Catasta and Dipl.-Ing. Susanne Bucher.

    Today, this romantic excursion destination is one of the most beautiful sights in Austria. A good road leads directly to the car park inside the castle. The ruins can be reached by foot along a quiet forest path. Once at the top, you are rewarded with a magnificent view of the Karawanken and Julian Alps mountain ranges, the Villach valley basin, Lake Ossiach and the Kanzelhöhe.

    Burg Landskron
    A-9523 Landskron

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