The Kaiservilla is a summer residence located in Bad Ischl, Upper Austria. This Imperial Villa was the wedding gift of Archduchess Sophie to her son and future Emperor Franz Joseph I and his wife Elisabeth. The ground plan of the building resembles the letter "E", which can be interpreted as a reference to Empress Elisabeth. Even during his lifetime, the emperor allowed people to visit the imperial villa in his absence. The villa has been renovated in a Neoclassical style. Even today, the palace, with its English-style park, is the most popular destination in Bad Ischl, where the connection to the Habsburg monarchy is still maintained with traditional events. The interior of the villa has been preserved true to the original. The Habsburg-Lothringen family still owns the villa and can be visited during the warm season.

Jainzen 38, 4820 Bad Ischl, Austria
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