The Károlyi Palace (or Castle) (Hungarian: Károlyi-kastély) is a 19th-century castle, of Classicist and Eclectic styles, it is located in the village of Fehérvárcsurgó in the Fejér County, Hungary. The complex was built by György Károlyi from the Károlyi noble family, designed by architects Henrich Koch and Miklós Ybl
The castle is a one-storey Classicist building, middle avant-corps, a tympanum, the building has 20 rooms, a chapel, a library, a conference hall and a restaurant. On the side of the castle rises its 30-meter-high tower, with 1-1 branch tower on its four corners, with balustrades between them. The architects created a small French garden in the courtyard.
The park is a 40-hectare arboretum. For over 150 years there are pines, lindens, oaks and chestnuts, as well as lakes, promenades and bridges. In 2014, the renovation of the castle park started and the central part of the park has been renewed, trees and shrubs planted, and the previously dried-up lake and bridges and garden pavilions have all been restored. (source: wikipedia)