You can spend here couple of hours and enjoy the gardens and the palace itself and feel the real Austrian history. There are many nice hiding places inside the gardens. The palace itself is open for v...
This place was just plain lovely, the gardens were enough for us to just love it. It's well maintained and the palace is wonderful to look at from outside. We didn't go inside so can't say anything ab...
One of the most beautiful palaces I've been...make sure you take the full tour inside the rooms!!After take your time to walk around the gardens and enjoy the rest of the monuments..you need a lot of ...
Great museum venue to learn about the lives of the monarchy (ticket required) and wonderful garden area for a walk (free). Audio tour is recommended. Before or after the tour, there is a good cafe to ...
You can't miss Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna. Most of the tourists want to see where the Princess of Sicily lived and want to see the loation of scenes from the movie. Known as the symbol of Vienna, it is the Summer Palace of Princess Sissi, one of the most beautiful Baroque palaces in Europe. The name comes from the Holy Roman Emperor Matthias. It is said that in 1612 he lived here, drinking the spring water, refreshing and sweet, and named this spring "Meiquan". Since then, "Meiquan" has become the name of this area. The Royal Garden behind the Schönbrunn Palace is free to enter and exit, and it has become a great place for Viennese holiday and leisure. There is also a very interesting sight in the garden - the garden maze, and children who like to play hide and seek should not miss it. There are three parts inside, one of which is very high. It is really difficult to find the correct path from the outside to the most central viewing platform. But when you go to the high end of the finish line and overlook the people still get trapped in the maze, that kind of happiness is hard to explain, as if you are back to childhood.
Must see place, totally spectacular. Gardens and all the walks and facilities sorounding it are kept to perfection.
Do walk around and make an effort to climb up. Spectacular views.
Schnbrunn Palace, located in the western part of Vienna, was built at the end of the 17th century and was originally a royal hunting palace of the Habsburg dynasty of the Roman Empire. The princess in the movie also lived here. Now Schnbrunn Palace is Vienna's most prestigious tourist attraction and has been included in the World Cultural Heritage List.
The entire palace is Baroque, but most of the interiors of Schnbrunn Palace are Rococo style, which is closely related to the history of Schnbrunn Palace. The size and luxury of the original design of Schnbrunn Palace was comparable to that of Versailles, but due to limited financial resources, the initial design was not realized. Although the current Schnbrunn Palace cannot be compared with the Palace of Versailles, it still shows the aristocratic style of the Habsburg dynasty.
The garden roads of Schnbrunn Palace are mostly paved with fine sand and gravel, and the Arc de Triomphe leading to the top of the garden Meiquan needs to hike, so it is best to avoid wearing slippers and high heels. On the side of the Schnbrunn Palace is an arched promenade filled with roses, and when we go, the blossoms of the roses bloom, attracting countless tourists to take pictures.
Schnbrunn Palace is a Baroque art building in the southwestern part of Vienna, Austria. It was once the royal palace of the Holy Roman Empire, the Austrian Empire, the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the Habsburg dynasty. It is now Vienna's most prestigious tourist attraction, Schnbrunn. The palace and its gardens are listed by UNESCO in the World Cultural Heritage List
Schnbrunn Palace with a total of 1,441 rooms, 45 of which are open to visitors. The entire palace is Baroque, but 44 of them are Rococo style. All rooms show the life and utensils of the Austrian royal family. The Chinese ceramics in Schnbrunn Palace are innumerable
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The Royal Garden on the back of Schnbrunn Palace is a typical French-style garden. The large flower beds are lined with manicured green trees on both sides. The green trees are the characters of 44 Greek myths
annual At the beginning of June, in the garden of Schnbrunn Palace, the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra held an open-air evening concert, which is the famous Schnbrunn Palace night summer concert.
Schönbrunn Palace is a former summer residence of the Austrian royal family, the Habsburg family. It is located in the southwest of Vienna and is one of Austria’s cultural landmarks. The interior of the palace is extremely luxurious, featuring a sophisticated Rococo decor. The legendary empress Maria Theresa and her husband, King Franz I, lived here for many years and saw a huge remodel of the palace, its refurbishments still present today. The famous composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart once performed for the Austrian empress Maria Theresa here when she was a teenager. The palace building is surrounded by beautiful gardens, fountains and even a zoo on one side. Visitors can purchase tickets for the zoo separately.