It was still very early spring when we visited Belvedere. So the garden between the two palaces was still pretty bare with no flowers at all.
The Lower Belvedere boasts a few fairly impressive rooms in marble and gold respectively. (But do not expect anything like what eg. Saint Peterburg has to offer). Adjacent to this, we saw a temporary exhibition of Hundertwasser with some of his major and most colorful works.
I never really was a Gustav Klimt fan. But after my visit to the Upper Belvedere I definitely am! What a superb selection of works. Besides we got to learn another Austrian painter Egon Schiele. Definitely worth paying attention to as well. In toher sections of museum you encounter a few French impressionists and a single Van Gogh - if those are your favourites, go to Paris or Amsterdam instead.
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