Ciprovac Belvedere

Experience the Austro-Hungarian splendor and explore the belvederes of Paul Kupelwieser.

At the time of Austro-Hungarian Empire, members of the European aristocracy enjoyed the views from these belvederes. In order for our visitors to experience the same views that leave one breathless, the belvederes have recently been restored and the trail has been made.

Paul Kupelwieser, the owner of the islands at the time, had the belvederes built around 1900 and they were manufactured at the ironworks in Vitkovice.
The best preserved among the three belvederes on Kupelwieser’s Brijuni is the Ciprovac belvedere. Owing to their construction, belvederes were even displayed at exhibitions.

Explore these examples of architectural engineering and return to the splendour of Austro-Hungarian Empire, while accompanied by singing birds from the surrounding forests.