Belvedere Palace

The Belvedere Palace is an 18th century monument constituted of two palaces displaying art collections: The upper Belvedere and the lower Belvedere.

Belvedere Palace Museum

The Belvedere Palace is a building complex composed of the Orangery, the Palace Stables and two magnificent palaces established in early 18th century. They have a great baroque style and was used as a summer house for Prince Eugene of Savoy.

The outstanding architecture of the palaces keep gaining large public admiration and Europeaan reputation. Both museums are listed as a UNESCO world heritage site. They present unique collections of renowned artists.

The upper Belvedere museum holds the largest collection of talented Gustav Klimt in addition to a notable collection of 19th and 20th century Austrian art. Here you can also see Egon Schiele and Oskar Kokoschka remarkable paintings.  

The Lower Belvedere museum displays temporary medieval art exhibitions consisting of stunning sculptures of Rubens and Georg Raphael added to a large number of magnificent paintings of the Austrians Vermeer and Titian.

The Palace Museum is also regarded as a leading art museum in Europe for housing the largest collection of Pieter Brueghel paintings.

The Belvedere Palace impresses every art lover and all visitors of the classy Vienna should take a look at this stunning landmark.