Arenenberg Castle

Built in the 16C, this little Arenenberg Castle stands in the middle of a park with a terrace overlooking Constance Lake, and in 1817 it became the property of Queen Hortense, daughter of Joséphine de Beauharnais and wife of the former King of Holland, Louis Bonaparte. Hortense and her son, the future Napoleon III, spent all their summers here until 1837.

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Nearby tourist attractions

Napoleonmuseum
Napoleonmuseum
Left to the canton of Thurgovie by
60 minutes
Island of Reichenau
Island of Reichenau
In the 10-11C, the island of Reichenau
30 minutes
Constance Town Hall
Constance Town Hall
This is a Renaissance building decorated
15 minutes
Constance Basilica
Constance Basilica
The church was built at various periods
30 minutes
Archäologisches Landesmuseum
Archäologisches Landesmuseum
The former convent of Peterhausen forms
60 minutes
Basilica of St Ulrich
Basilica of St Ulrich
Former church in the Augustine convent,
15 minutes
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Other ideas « Patrimony »

Constance Town Hall
Constance Town Hall
This is a Renaissance building decorated
15 minutes
Constance Basilica
Constance Basilica
The church was built at various periods
30 minutes
Basilica of St Ulrich
Basilica of St Ulrich
Former church in the Augustine convent,
15 minutes
See all

Other ideas « Art and Culture »

Napoleonmuseum
Napoleonmuseum
Left to the canton of Thurgovie by
60 minutes
Constance Town Hall
Constance Town Hall
This is a Renaissance building decorated
15 minutes
Constance Basilica
Constance Basilica
The church was built at various periods
30 minutes
See all