Visiting castle and garden is definitely worthwhile: both are incredible manifestations of relative wealth and provide fascinating historic insights and perspective. If time allows, visit also the little museum tucked away to the left of the castle in the gardens, it contains a large volume of hunting trophies, historic bric-a-brac, arms, jewellery, etc.
But take care to allow you to attend one of the two daily falconery exhibitions. They take place at 11:30h and 14:00h. We have never before seen such variety of birds presented with such skill, nor have we received so much relevant insights in such humorous and entertaining way.
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