The Château Cloister, which was completed in 1912, was initially open to the public, and was later converted into a private Château Hot Spring Center. The water outlet in the corridor is only for residents to drink. Although it is no longer possible to drink the water from the Upper Palace Castle Spring, you can still go to the Art Nouveau pavilion in the Palace Castle corridor. The castle cloister was first built in 1910 and was designed and constructed by the Vienna architect John Friedrich Oman. The Upper Palace Castle Spring in the Palace Cloister and the Lower Palace Castle Spring in the Market Cloister belong to the same spring, but the topography is different, and the hot spring taste and temperature are slightly different.
The Baroque architectural style on both sides of the creek is even more lingering. The town is full of hot springs, also known as hot spring towns. Walk around the palace castle corridor. Bring your own cup to drink high-quality spring water at different temperatures. The highest water temperature is more than 70 degrees.
It's not particularly fun to visit selectively, especially after a few days of playing, it will feel slightly inferior
It's worth it, it's beautiful, and the decoration inside is really good