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It is located at the back of the palace, food is ok, prices are average (nothing is cheap in europe) A good place to chatch your breath after a long walk up the garden hill. has an Ok view of the city for those who...More
The view from this location is absolutely amazing and well worth the walk if you find yourself in the gardens. If you happen to be driving in the neighborhood above, it is well worth a stop to enjoy the view and the grounds from above.
Being a party of 6 we thought we would have to wait a long time, but probably not more than 10 minutes, so very good. The restored building is beautiful. The coffee and cakes are good, as you would expect in Vienna. Go downstairs to...More
Hike up to the historic Gloriette while visiting the Schönbrunn grounds. The views of the grounds and the city of Vienna are worth the hike.
Tip: Take public transit. The U4 Metro station is only one long block away from the entrance of Schönbrunn. Walk...More
We took a tour of the Palace and its grounds. Highly recommend including the grounds. We walked up to the Gloriette. Great view looking back at the Palace and the city. We treated ourselves to cake and coffee on the terrace. Our reward for conquering...More
The monument Gloriette was built on a hill in Schonbrunn Garden.
The inscription on the monument is IOSEPHO II. AVGVSTO ET MARIA THERESIA AVGVSTA IMPERANTIB.ERECT.
MDCCLXXV. So, the year when Gloriette was built is 1775.
Here, the Austrian emperors used to eat in the Dining...More
Thankfully, I was able to visit the Gloriette during a rather sunny day in November, and let me just say that it was one of the most beautiful things I saw in Vienna. I think making the trek up and see materialize in the distance...More
Response from Claudia V | Reviewed this property |
No, you cannot walk around the gardens or up the hill 24/7. There are opening and closing hours for the park as well. Go to their site and you can see what the working hours are, all depends on the season. The parks are free.