Facing directly onto the Waltherplatz square, Palais Campofranco hosts restaurants, bars and cafés, shops and a supermarket in an elegant baroque building that will delight history and culture buffs as well as shoppers and diners.
Palais Campofranco’s centrepiece, however, is the Ginkgo biloba tree in the palace’s inner courtyard. It has survived the two world wars and is now housed in what is probably the world’s largest vase. To anyone visiting Palais Campofranco to dine in style or visit its modern shops, we recommend paying a visit to this historical tree. For visitors arriving by car, the large Waltherplatz underground car park offers direct access to the palace.