This was built by the architect Johann Likas, and was the summer residence of Prince Eugene of
Savoy. Located on the Belvedere Hill, this is in fact two palaces inside one, each known as the
Lower Belvedere and Upper Belvedere. The latter has a more decorative facade, meant to reflect the
glorious reign of the Prince. In the inner part, the sitting room, the broad staircase, the chapel
and the Marmorsaal (Marble hall) are outstanding. In both palaces you will find an important
collection of art from the 19th and 20th centuries; among them you will find an outstanding
collection by Gustav Klimt.