Everything has to be done right now and at the same time. Our everyday life is challenging us every single day. We work flat out every day and this situation has to be changed purposely. Welcome to a historical place, which slows down your pace of life.
Mondsee Castle is the perfect place to relax and leave your busy, everyday life behind you. The walls of the ancient former Benedictine monastery still symbolize peace. The power of silence was used by monks who where meditating and praying in early times.
Have you ever relaxed in a Castle? Come and relax in our Spa Castle in Salzkammergut
…whilst enjoying the awakening springtime. See smiling and satisfied faces when walking through Mondsee with eyes wide open. The reason for this is surely because spring is reviving and the sun is showing you its power.
Why a former Benedictine monastery became a competence center!
Mondsee as a university location has been in vogue since 2009. Mondsee Castle, with its history as a monastery, is the perfect location for focused work. Use it to hold a seminar, meetings, workshops or incentives.
It was a place for rest and recreation for monks in former times and nowadays it could also be the place to strengthen your health. Freedom, to find yourself, to hear your inner voice… In addition to a seminar we would like to recommend the ‘path of meditation’ to you. This is a powerful area in the competence center which can be a useful help for a guest who is learning and working. Walk through the meditational path and capture the essence of your life. Your ideas will have their origins right here – you will experience it.
Uncomplicated but special – slow down in Mondsee! We’re looking forward to welcoming you to Mondsee Castle in the Salzkammergut region.
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Sandra Schriebl and Simone Nadine Chatt
Enjoy operas and concerts in spring. The Easter Festival has been part and parcel of the Salzburg culture for the last 40 years. Every year, the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra returns to the city on the Salzach-River, with a new programme.
The Easter Festival in Salzburg was introduced in 1967 by Herbert von Karajan, a native of Salzburg, and presented the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra annually on the stage in Salzburg. Up until his death in 1989, Herbert von Karajan himself directed the Easter Festival. In 2011 Sir Simon Rattle will, once again, resume the musical direction.