Kaprun Castle, built in the 12th century, has become a popular event and venue in recent years, after intensive renovation and refurbishment work. Corporations and companies from Germany and abroad use the castle for company celebrations or large-scale events, spending his wedding in a castle is still considered a small insider tip.
The flair of the medieval walls is an excellent backdrop for a top-class cultural programme at its finest.
The castle association rents out the castle and the premises at affordable prices.
With equity, the Burgverein Kaprun acquired the castle as a rock property, the area around the castle as well as the driveway are still owned by the Gildemeister family, whose family spokesman is Count Medem.
At the beginning, the rapid reconstruction of the castle and the goal of bringing the castle to the public for cultural events was the fastest possible. In the first years it took an enormous financial effort to rebuild the castle stone by stone and the attempt to make the walls as authentic as possible.
This is what district architects in dipl. Ing. Hans Waltl, who gives the castle its present appearance with a lot of love and passion. Although the interior of the castle is far from complete, the many rooms are still being renovated tirelessly and with a high level of financial commitment.
In recent years, the castle has been a popular venue for events of various kinds. Well-known corporations and companies from Germany and abroad use the unique flair of the castle. The old walls are an excellent backdrop for company celebrations, weddings, parties, parties and large eventsthat become an experience for castle visitors.
For many years, the Castle Festival has been one of the highlights of the local cultural scene. The castle and the area are presented for two days in medieval garb and the journey through time goes back many centuries and is the start of the medieval hustle and bustle for every visitor.
STAR ADVENT AT KAPRUN CASTLE
The Star Advent is one of the traditional highlights of Kaprun Castle. More than 30 exhibitors create a pre-Christmas atmosphere in the venerable walls with their colourful stands. The supporting programme inspires again with a varied offer, but above all with the concerts of two Pinzgau bands.