Down the hill from the back door of the castle's golden alley and into the town square, you can pass through Warrenstein Palace along the way. There are very beautiful gardens, a pool of blue water with petals and a few self-pitying pigeons have attracted us for a long time.
It took Warrenstein seven years to build the palace, but the emperor was not happy. Every day he opened the window on the castle and saw that the palace was more beautiful than his own, so he found a way to solve it. Later, the palace was sold to Warrenstein's nephew and still belonged to the Fahrenheit family. It wasn't until after World War II that it was nationalized and became the Senate.
It's beautiful. It's worth visiting. Walking up the hill from the bridge next to Charlie Bridge, you can see it in 10 minutes.