Transfer from Vienna - International Airport
to Slavonski Brod

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Departure from Vienna - International Airport
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Estimated arrival to Slavonski Brod
14:28h

Trip duration: 328min

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Places you can visit along the way

Quality photo of Brunszvik Castle - Hungary

Brunszvik Castle
Hungary

75 min

Given that it takes only half an hour drive from Budapest, it is totally worth a detour from the motorway. The palace belonged to the... Brunszvik family and Ludwig van Beethoven was a close friend of the family and gave piano lessons to Brunsvik girls, thus spent considerable time there. That’s why today, within the Brunszvik manor house you will find a small Beethoven museum where you can explore some period musical instruments, music sheets and information on the Brunszvik family relationship with the composer. The extensive landscape park around the castle boasts of various trees such as white cypress, ginkgo, maple and plane trees but also a small pond and an island with an open-air stage where concerts dedicated to Beethoven are held.

Quality photo of Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum - Slovakia

Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum
Slovakia

105 min

Located in dramatic scenery of a small peninsula on the Danube River, this contemporary Art Museum is an absolute delight. The outdoor space features an... 8000 square meter sculpture park, while the inside of museum is divided in the great hall exhibiting works a leading international artist and the gallery of contemporary art, which features both Slovak and international works. This is truly a world-class art gallery.

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Prandau-Normann Castle
Croatia

75 min

Prandau-Normann Castle in Valpovo is a grand building of an impressive and romantic appearance. It is built in neo-Classical style with a pale-pink clock tower.... Inside visitors can tour the quaint whitewashed chapel, the original medieval fortifications and museum with a permanent exhibition on the Prandau–Normann family.

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Kalocsa
Hungary

75 min

It is said that the lovely town of Kalocsa was founded in the year 1000 by the King Stephen the Saint. Today it is best... known for its historical buildings like St. Mary’s Cathedral and Archbishop’s Palace and for the production of exquisite paprika. Being situated in the midst of a fertile land Kalocsa has a long agricultural tradition which resulted in a long and successful production of paprika that in this town even has its own museum – the Paprika museum, located in the center of the town. Another great museum is The Karoly Viski Museum with the rich exhibition of coins, a collection of traditional costumes, a collection of ancient documents that reflect the history of the city, and a library of approximately 10,000 volumes.

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Komarno
Slovakia

75 min

The picturesque town of Komarno is the most southern town in Slovakia, situated at the confluence of the rivers Vah and Danube. In the past,... Komarno was a single Hungarian town but when the state of Czechoslovakia was formed the borders of the country divided the historical Komarno county and the town of Komarno. The city exudes many historical buildings, sculptures, cultural monuments and the largest and best preserved fortress complex in Slovakia, made up of several fortresses. The center's main sites include the baroque church, the Serb Orthodox Church with an exhibition of sacral monuments and Gyorgy Klapka square.

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Franzensburg
Austria

135 min

Unlike other castles, Franzensburg does not dominate its surroundings from hilltop, but it stands in the middle of a lake, thus to access it one... must take a short ferry ride. Franzensburg got its name from its creator, the Emperor Franz II, who in fact built this marvelous edifice as an imitation of medieval castle. Hard to believe, because it seems truly authentic with its dungeon, chapel and coronation room, which all can be viewed. This is all owing to the fact that original medieval architectural features, that today ornate the castle, were collected from monasteries and churches, palaces and town halls throughout the Empire.