Roman Palace Complex, Bruckneudorf Located next to a highway, there's a Roman Palace Complex in my district. The visible part is small, compared to Carnuntum (it's just one building), but it's worth visiting. You can detect the first signpost between Parndorf and Bruckneudorf, and it's easy to find the location. A cycle way runs next to it, but it's also possible to get there by car. Here's a screenshot from Apple Maps, showing where you're coming from(1): From a distance, it looks like this: A view from different angles: What looks like door frames, is the location where doors have been, but it also contains the description and information about the rooms you're looking at. It's only written in German, though. This one shows the heating system during three periods. You can see what the floors looked like when the complex was found, and the mosaics are described exactly. Most of the mosaic floors are in a museum now. There have been four different periods for this building: a wooden building was erected here about 50 - 90 AD. About a hundred years later, a half-timbered building took it's place. About 200 AD, it was replaced by a stone building. The palace was built after an earthquake, in the 4th century. It used some of the walls of the stone building. It's allowed to walk around there, and take pictures. I needed about 50 minutes for walking around there, reading and taking pictures. I've seen others, writing 30 minutes are enough. So if you're searching for a location where you don't have to spend a lot of time, I'd recommend the palace complex.