Children in the Archbishop’s Palace are free of charge. Adults are 3 Euros. Only the first floor of the exhibition hall and the hall of mirrors are open. You cannot take pictures inside. There are some artistic tapestries and oil paintings inside. The Hall of Mirrors is a large meeting room surrounded by four mirrors, and there is a free open metal art exhibition downstairs.
The Archbishop’s Palace is located in the Archbishop’s Palace Square behind the City Hall. It was built in 1778-1781 and was once the official residence of the Archbishop of Hungary. The palace is still very beautiful. Inside the Bishop’s Palace, there is a Hall of Mirrors imitating the Palace of Versailles in France. The Hall of Mirrors witnessed important events in European history. In 1805, Napoleon and the Holy Roman Emperor signed the "Plaisberg Peace Treaty" here, laying the foundation for the end of the Holy Roman Empire. On the second floor, some rare 17th century British tapestries are displayed. We only came out after visiting the palace courtyard.
The main cathedral is so beautiful and majestic, I really like its design style