The Belvedere is a palace complex in Vienna, Austria. The complex contains two places known as the Upper and Lower Belvedere as well as gardens and palace stables. The Belvedere palaces were built in the early 17th century, the palaces and the land were built and landscaped in a baroque style. The palaces were used for a while by the most important people in Vienna, it is now the location of the Belvedere museum.
The Belvedere complex is accessible by the public transport system in Vienna. If travelling via the underground, take the U1 and get off at ‘Hauptbahnhof’ and from there it is a 15-minute walk. If travelling on the tram network, take the D line getting off at ‘Schloss-Belvedere’, which is directly outside of the complex. If travelling by bus, take the 13a and get off at ‘Mommsengasse’ and take a short 10-minute walk or catch trams from ‘Hauptbahnhof’.
Opening Times and Admission
You can visit and enter both of the Belvedere palaces and the museum. A fee of 22 euros for adults will get you access to both of the palaces. The complex is open from 9am-6pm daily.