Private rooms of the emperor
Tratzberg Castle – Maximilian Rooms
Emperor Maximilian I
Tratzberg Castle was first mentioned in the 13th century and served as a fortress to defend the border against Bavaria.Back then, Emperor Maximilian used Tratzberg as a hunting lodge. The private apartments of Emperor Maximilian I, which were specially furnished for him by the Tänzl brothers, consisted, as was customary at the time, of a receiving room and a bedchamber.
In the emperor's receiving room, you can still view the original chalk decorations on the wooden wall paneling, which among other things reflect his favorite saying: “I am alive and don't know how long.I'm dying and I don't know when. I'm traveling and don't know where. It's amazing that I'm so happy. " Go on a virtual tour of discovery with the current owner, Count Ulrich Goëss-Enzenberg himself.