Belvedere Palace © Ignaz Wiradi
The Belvedere is a world-renowned museum, housing Vienna's most prestigious art galleries displaying excellent examples of Austrian works from the Middle Ages to the present day. It boasts an unrivalled collection of paintings by Klimt, as well as famous pieces by Schiele, Renoir and Monet. The complex consists of two splendid 18th-century Rococo mansions, facing one another across sweeping grounds offering views over the city. The Medieval and Baroque works are presented in the Lower Palace where many rooms have been preserved in their original state.
Address: 27 Prinz Eugen Street
Telephone: +43 1795 570
Transport: Upper Belvedere: Tram D to Schloss Belvedere or Trams 18 or 0 to Südbahnhof; bus 13A or 69A to Südbahnhof
Opening times: Daily 10am to 6pm. Lower Belvedere and the Orangery open until 9pm Fridays. Upper Belvedere opens at 9am daily.