๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡น Belvedere Palace

Belvedere Palace, Vienna

Planning to visit Belvedere Palace? Check out our information below!

Information:

The Belvedere Palace is a beautiful piece of Baroque architecture and was commissioned by Prince Eugen of Savoy during the first half of the 18th century. The castle is very similar to the castles of Versailles, this is because those castles were models for the Belvedere Palace. The Habsburgs and Archduke Franz-Ferdinand wound up in this beautiful castle.

Today, the Belvedere Palace is a beautiful building to visit and inside is a museum of modern art. The museum houses art from the Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque, Impressionism, Realism, Romanticism, Sezessionsstil and with the Biedermeier style…. really everything passes in review. The best-known and most famous painting hanging inside is the painting ‘The Kiss’ by Austrian artist Gustav Klimmt.

Not an art lover? Surrounding the castle, the beautiful Belvedere Park is one of the most beautiful parks in this capital, with ponds, waterfalls and many romantic spots. It consists of an amazing contrast, worth exploring!

Opening hours:

The Belvedere Palace is open every day of the year from: 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM.

Photographer: Johannes Mรคndle by Unsplash

Tips and Tricks!

Here are a few tips you should know before you visit Belvedere Palace!

  • The gardens cost nothing to view and have been open to the public since 1780.  
  • The most famous painting is the painting ‘The Kiss’ by Austrian artist Gustav Klimmt.
Photographer: Martin Zenker by Unsplash

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