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Einen illustren Einblick in das herzogliche Leben gewährt die barocke Sommerresidenz, die heute Gemälde, Interieur und filigranes Kunsthandwerk des 18. Jahrhunderts präsentiert. Schon vor Jahrhunderten war der eindrucksvolle Landschaftspark mit der...more
| Park Belvedere, 99425 Weimar, Thuringia, Germany
We were just driving around and ran across the Belvedere. It was late in the day and the building was closed but the grounds and orangery were very nice. Went back the 2nd time to go through the house and it was well worth the...More
It is not worthwhile to go out to this summer palace. You can only see the main building with its collections of china and glasses and the gardens. The other buildings are now used by the Music High School .
This is described as one of the world’s finest baroque palaces. Built as a summer residence for Prince Eugene of Savoy, conqueror of the Turks in 1718. Extensive gardens with water features are well worth a visit
My first ever visit to a castle. Absolutely everything I imagined it would be and more. Very close to where we were staying. Beautiful artwork, very helpful staff, wonderful gardens. I will certainly be back in the next couple of years to spend more time...More
The chateau is easily reached from Weimar by bike or by car. We cycled there in about 20 minutes. It is nicely renovated and well worth a visit. The surrounding park is well kept and the famous Orangerie features palms, orange trees, oleander and other...More
Duke Ernst August of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach had a Baroque summer residence including an orangery, pleasure garden and labyrinth built here between 1724 and 1748. During the winter months Schloss Belvedere's main buildings are not open to the public. However, the extensive gardens (43 acres of parkland)...More