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The two Belvedere palaces were built in the early eighteenth century by the famous Baroque architect Johann Lucas von Hildebrandt to be used as the summer residence of Prince Eugene of Savoy (1663–1736). One of Europe’s most stunning Baroque...more
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This is one of my favourite places in Vienna. The gardens are beautiful, with lovely fountains & statues (and no entrance fee!) There are 3 separate museums on site, the upper & lower belvedere & Belvedere 21. None are enormous, so totally possible to do...More
Part of our river cruise arranged tour , we visited this museum. The views, the gardens are beautiful but the art inside is quite interesting. I preferred the second level to the first. This is a big place to visit so be prepared to spend...More
We were on a river cruise and they arranged a special performance with a 10 piece orchstra, opera singers and ballet dancers who perfor.ed for about 45 minutes just for the cruise of about 100 guests in the room they signed the documents for Austria's...More
Beautiful palace and gardens, great museum with many interesting artworks. We got there as it opened at 10 and it was very pleasant for the first hour or so before it got to busy. One star removed for the awful overpiced cafe with beligerent staff...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit! Their Klimt collection is superb. They also have other major artists’ work there and a few surprising pieces as well (see pics). Also, the size of the collection was just right....perfect size for the price and is not overwhelming.
Belvedere, is a beautiful eighteenth century summer palace with amazing architecture, collection of famous artwork and surrounding gardens. Take your time looking at the way royalty used to live and relax outside at the cafe with a nice variety of food and drink. Walk through...More
In the museums in and around Vienna there are many examples of Klimpt's work. As he is such an'attraction' I would be very surprised if the tourist board in Vienna allowed many of Klimpt's works to disappear. There will, I... More
In the museums in and around Vienna there are many examples of Klimpt's work. As he is such an'attraction' I would be very surprised if the tourist board in Vienna allowed many of Klimpt's works to disappear. There will, I am sure, be lots left to see! There is, of course the Secession museum where his work is painted ON the wall!
The gardens are beautiful, and a visit could be as short or long as you like, and weather may be a factor. I think you can get a feel for the grounds in as little as 20 or 30 minutes, but could easily spend an hour or two... More
The gardens are beautiful, and a visit could be as short or long as you like, and weather may be a factor. I think you can get a feel for the grounds in as little as 20 or 30 minutes, but could easily spend an hour or two strolling amongst the various areas. The views are also quite spectacular.