Schnbrunn Palace and the Belvedere Palace are sure to go, of course, these two attractions are also on the trip to the Danube.
Schonbrunn Palace is the mansion of Princess Sissi, you can't take pictures in the mansion, everyone will make up for it, the two words are luxurious. However, the luxurious and luxurious palace can not restrain the soul of Princess Sui wishing for freedom.
The garden outside the mansion that can be photographed is completely inferior to the mansion. If it is a few months later, it is lush and green. It is simply an enlarged version of the garden of Dorns Garden of Rights, because the garden does not require tickets. Many locals will walk the dog in the Schnbrunn Palace garden, walk, run, and the back garden of the former palace, now enjoyed by civilians, real name envy of the Viennese.
Tour of Vienna's Belvedere Palace!
This palace is a representative of the Austrian-style Baroque architecture, built with the Versailles as a blueprint, which took only twenty-four years to complete!
The current Belvedere Palace has become the Austrian National Museum of Fine Arts, the Lower Belvedere Palace is the medieval art and the Baroque Art Museum, and the Upper Belvedere Palace is the 19th and 20th century modern art museum.
When you buy a ticket on site, you will be accompanied by an observation guidebook, which can be arranged according to the above instructions.
The upper palace is divided into three levels:
0: the history of the beautiful palace and the medieval, modern art works
1 layer: Baroque, neoclassical, romantic, Vienna Biedermeier Art works from the beginning of the 20th century in Vienna, and the famous "The Kiss" (kiss);
2: Vienna Biedermeier period, Impressionism, Realism, and art works during the war
The upper house contains the most complete works of Gustav Klimt and Oscar Kokoschka, as well as the great works of Egon Schiller and French Impressionism. The most popular collection is Klimt's work!
Pull out the beautiful palace, you can see the garden connecting the two beautiful palaces. A little like the Palace of Versailles, the gorgeous geometric symmetry and the axially set fountain pool are surrounded by meadows and trees. The statue of Poseidon in the
centre fountain and the Baroque Sphinx statue bring us into a fantasy world!
Transportation: Metro U1 line to Sdtirolerplatz station
"Napoleon over the Alps in 1797"
1800 Napoleon claimed that the emperor led an army miraculously through the Alps, unexpectedly defeating the Abu Dhabi army in Marenco. Originally, the Austrians thought that the Alps were a natural danger, and Napoleon could not easily cross. But with his genius-like precision calculations and indestructible willpower, Napoleon defeated the difficulties ahead and used his talents to let the enemy yield to his feet.
The picture shows Princess Sissi and his husband
Princess full name Elizabeth Amalia O'Neill von Witbach, daughter of the Duke of Bavaria in the Bavarian Kingdom, sweet smile, elegant manners The beauty is like coming out of a fairy tale, and the smile is very elegant. Her husband, Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph I
The Belvedere Palace is a historic complex consisting of two Baroque palaces (the Upper Belvedere Palace and the Lower Belvedere Palace), the Orangery and the Royal Palace Stables. The owner of this palace is not the emperor, but the strategist Eugen, who has made great contributions to Austria.
The Belvedere Palace is the Austrian National Museum of Fine Arts and one of the most important art collection museums in the world. Tickets for the Belvedere Palace are 19 euros (about 142 yuan) for adults, and there is no discount for the elderly. It seems that the custom of respecting the old and loving the young is not as good as in China in Europe. Our scenic spots are free of charge for the elderly over 70 years old.
The Belvedere Palace is a Baroque architectural palace in the heart of Vienna. It is known as the three major palaces of Vienna with the Hofburg Palace and Schönbrunn Palace. It was once the palace of Prince Eugen of the Habsburg dynasty. It is now the seat of the Austrian National Gallery. The Belvedere Palace is divided into the Upper Beauty Palace and the Lower Beauty Palace. Shangjing Palace was originally a place for banquet guests, and the lower view palace was originally the prince's living room, and now it has become an art museum. In addition to admiring the master's paintings, the architecture itself, interior design, sculpture, gardens, etc. are in Baroque style and are worth seeing.