K And T Boardinghouse

Mariahilferstrasse 72/18, Vienna, Vienna, 1070, Austria
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How long (timewise) to allow for visiting Belvedere Palace?

by katgoddess23

We shall be visiting Vienna for two nights next week. Our main priority is the Christmas Markets but want to visit Belvedere on the full day. How long will it take to really enjoy the palace, upper and lower? Also what about food while we are there? Are the on site cafes reasonably priced?

Thanks

Re: How long (timewise) to allow for visiting Belvedere Palace?

by hawkhead

I think we took about a couple of hours in the morning for the upper, then had lunch and then did the rest in the afternoon. You know it is an art gallery? But it is very possible to do it in a morning. The restaurant inside is very expensive. See my Vienna page for a good eating place just outside the gates.

Re: How long (timewise) to allow for visiting Belvedere Palace?

by Andrew_W_K

Yup, I agree with the poster above. Half a day max and you'll see everything.

Travel Tips for Vienna

The center

by kris-t

The Innere Stadt is the first Viennese Municipality District. The Innere Stadt is the old town of Vienna. Until the city boundaries were expanded in 1850, the Innere Stadt was congruent with the city of Vienna. Traditionally it was divided into four quarters, which were designated after important town gates: Stubenviertel (northeast), Kärntner Viertel (southeast), Widmerviertel (southwest), Schottenviertel (northwest). The Ringstraße circles the Innere Stadt along the route of the former city walls.

attend a church service here...

by Krystynn

attend a church service here at the glorious St Stephen's Cathedral.

This cathedral is surely not your everyday kind of cathedral. It is another pride and joy of Vienna!
The Stephansdom, or St. Stephen's Cathedral, is an island of Gothic magnificence surrounded by a sea of baroque and 19th Century architecture.

Sadly, this Cathedral was severely damaged in a fire caused by Allied bombings in 1945. However to the untrained eye (er... I guess that would be me huh?), it is almost impossible to distinguish restoration work from the original!! Don't just believe me... take a look at it for yourself. :-)) HOT TIP!

Try climbing the 343 steps to the Tower-Keeper's Room at St. Stephen's and enjoy a breathtaking view from up there.

Art galerie in the (Oberes) Belvedere Palace

by Pavlik_NL

Is art more your intrest? There are various expositions throughout the city of Vienna. Smaller and bigger ones. One of the largest exposition spaces is in the Belvedere upper palace. What's there to see depends on your time of visit. Find out on their website of the Belvedere Galerie Museum: www.belvedere.at

Karlskirche

by bugulma

A magnificent religious building with a large cupola: St. Charles' Church, the last work of the eminent baroque architect Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach. The church, finished in 1739 by his son Joseph Emanuel Fischer von Erlach, was built as the result of a vow taken by Emperor Charles VI during a plague epidemic. Unfortunately it was a problem with my camera when I was near by and the photo you see was made by Holger (HORSCHECK).

Don't stand left on an escalator!

by jensi

Since times unknown Viennese people stand on the right side when using an escalator and walk on the left side.

This is an ancient custom inherited from the Romans who founded the Roman camp Vindobona, who in turn took it over from the Greeks, who had it from the Phoenicians, who had shipped it to Greece from somewhere in the Near East, trading it for olive oil and Retsina.

If you stand, stay right, so people not as lazy as you can walk past you on the left side. I mean it, stay on the right side! If you have a suitcase, a baby buggy, a lover, a violin case, a child, shopping bags or who-knows-what-stuff with you, don't place the useless things on your left! Put in on the step above or below you!

If you are so overweight nobody can walk past you because you take up all the width of the escalator, don't use it. Else everyone who wants to use it in the intended way (i. e. speeding up transport by faster stairclimbing, not supporting laziness by pushing around stationary people) will hate you! By the way, you should use the stairs then anyway, in order to put off some superfluous kilograms.

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Address: Mariahilferstrasse 72/18, Vienna, Vienna, 1070, Austria