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Bad Ischl was the summer residence of the Austrian emperor Franz-Joseph and his Wife Sissi (Elisabeth) They came here many times in summer. The Emperor came especially to hunt here. That was his many hobby. Walking through the Villa you see a lot of hunting trophees on the walls.
The declaration of the first world war was signed here. The papers are still on his desk. After the Austrian duke Franz-Ferdinand was killed in Sarajevo. He declared WW I.
It all happened in Bad Ischl between some hunting parties.
1. May - 14. Oct
Daily 09:30 - 16:45 hrs.
Winter / Spring
Every Wednesday until 1.May
at 12:00, 14:00, 15:00
(The access to the house is possible a quarter to these hours)
Entry to the Kaiservilla: including park and guided tour (ca. 45 min; obligatory)
Adults € 9.50
Children until 16 € 4.00
If you got the Salzburgerlandkarte the entrance to the Kaiservilla is free, but there is one catch here the entrance to the park is not included so ou have to pay € 3,00 a person to get to the Villa through the park even if you're not interested in the park.
Address: Jainzen 38, A-4820 Bad Ischl, Österreich
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