This imposing hilltop fortress dates all the way back to the 12th century. Although the main body of the building is medieval, the fortress was reinforced with extra towers during the 16th century. It is built around a central courtyard, overlooked by three floors of colonnaded galleries. Besides an exhibition of period weaponry, paintings, and ceramics, the fortress hosts medieval archery displays. Many say it's haunted by a young woman named Veronika who the count of the castle had drowned for marrying his son without permission. During a 1982 renovation, a woman's skull was found bricked into the wall of the chapel, so the story may well be true.