We did overnight in a quiet place just in front of the “Hungarian Versailles”. Fertőd, formerly known as Esterháza, is the economic and cultural center of this micro-region, where Joseph Haydn was active for two decades in the service of the Esterházy family. The Baroque Esterházy manor of Fertőd is the third most significant building complex in Hungary and a World Heritage Site. It was built by Miklós Esterházy (the Magnificent) between 1763 and 1766. The heyday of the manor can be dated to 1768-90 when there were regular balls, theatrical performances, concerts, and hunts, at which the high ranking aristocratic families of the age were guests.