Freÿr lies at the heart of a twinning network of historic European houses. This fraternity of estates across the four corners of the continent enables its members to exchange experience, good practice and information.
The network also enables the many common features of these châteaux and gardens, scattered around Europe from Italy to Poland, to be shared as well as exploring their respective differences and the factors that distinguish each of these exceptional houses.
And lastly, the twinning of these châteaux encourages visitors to discover other sites in the network, which different men and women have built, lived in and opened to the public, in the knowledge that their home, parks and gardens are above all spaces of beauty and culture, havens of peace in which to relax and recharge one’s batteries.
Ammersoyen Castle, Gelderland in the Netherland
CHÂTEAU DE LA ROCHE-COURBON, SAINTONGE, FRANCE
Marksburg Fortress, Rhineland in Germany
Villa La Rotonda, Vicenza in Italy
Eggenberg Palace, Graz, Styria in Austria
Nowy Wisnicz Castle, Malopolska in Poland
Oron le Châtel, Canton of Vaud in Switzerland
Association of Luxembourg Castles
The Castle of Modave, Wallonia in Belgium