Schloss Belvedere to the Canal

Designed by Paul Engelmann, a student of Adolf Loos, and the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein, this building has strict lines and a stepped design reminiscent of the Bauhaus style. It’s now occupied by the Bulgarian embassy.

Lonely Planet's must-see attractions

Nearby Schloss Belvedere to the Canal attractions

1. Hundertwasserhaus

0.31 MILES

This residential block of flats bears all the wackily creative hallmarks of Hundertwasser, Vienna’s radical architect and lover of uneven surfaces, with…

2. Fälschermuseum

0.33 MILES

Wow, a museum with Schiele, Raphael, Rembrandt and Marc Chagall paintings that nobody knows about? Well, that's because they are all fakes, though…

3. Arenbergpark

0.34 MILES

Laid out as a private park for Hungarian prince Nikolaus Esterházy in 1785, Arenbergpark is now an appealing garden, with leafy avenues, lawns and, most…

4. Hundertwasser Village

0.34 MILES

Created from an old Michelin factory, Hundertwasser Village bears the inimitable hallmark of the wacky Austrian artist of the same name. It contains…

5. KunstHausWien

0.56 MILES

The KunstHausWien, with its bulging ceramics, wonky surfaces, checkerboard facade, technicolor mosaic tilework and rooftop sprouting plants and trees,…

6. Museum für Angewandte Kunst

0.66 MILES

MAK is devoted to craftsmanship and art forms in everyday life. Each exhibition room showcases a different style, which includes Renaissance, baroque,…

7. Stadtpark


Opened in 1862, the Stadtpark is a tranquil pocket of greenery, with winding paths and willow-tree-rimmed duck ponds. It's great for strolling or relaxing…

8. Unteres Belvedere

0.76 MILES

Built between 1714 and 1716, Lower Belvedere, at Schloss Belvedere, is a treat of baroque delights. Highlights include Prince Eugene’s former residential…