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Belvedere Palace in Vienna Austria

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Belvedere Palace in Vienna

Opulent palatial grandeur right in the middle of town

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Belvedere Palace in Vienna
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Belvedere Palace

The baroque Belvedere Palace was the summer residence of Prince Eugene of Savoy (1663-1736). Today it contains a large and distinguished art collection.

From the Hotel Capri you can reach the Belvedere Palace within 10 minutes by car. This baroque palace with its wonderful gardens can also be reached within minutes by public transportation. On your cultural journey you will see lots of other amazing sightseeings of Vienna. For instance Vienna State Opera is located on the Opernring in proximity to the Palace.

Vienna's Belvedere Palace: Baroque palace grounds in the Third District

The Vienna Belvedere Palace is not just one structure, but two: an upper palace and a lower palace. The upper Belvedere houses the most significant collection of Austrian art, the lower the world's largest Gustav Klimt collection. Moreover, works from eminent Austrian artists like Egon Schiele and Oskar Kokoschka are exhibited for your admiration.

The Lower Belvedere Palace: The splendor of Prince Eugene

In the lower Vienna Belvedere Palace you can experience grand insights into the baroque world. Stroll through the former living and work rooms of Prince Eugene, such as the Bizarre Hall, the Marble Gallery or the Golden Room. Your visit to the Vienna Belvedere Palace can be best continued with a walk through the palace gardens which were modelled on French design with numerous trees, hedges, sculptures and fountains.

Hotel Capri Tip: Vienna Belvedere Palace

Your holidays in Vienna should without a doubt include a visit to the Vienna Belvedere Palace.  Just as a stay in the Hotel Capri in Vienna. Our comfortable hotel rooms and Suites  are designed for rest and relaxation. Send your non-binding request to our hotel team.