This fascinating Rococo castle came to being through Clemens August's passion for falconry. The two-storey building, perfectly symmetrical in design, is crowned with a belvedere and lantern roof. On the ground floor, apart from the salon reserved for hunting parties, note the small study with its lacquered paintings. On the upper floor can be found the prince-bishop's lavishly decorated private apartments, particularly the mirrored room.
9am-noon, 1.30pm-4pm, weekends 10am-5pm - closed Mon; free access