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The Belvedere Tower

Maloja

The Belvedere Tower

Maloja

The Belvedere Tower and Castle were built, with interruptions, between 1882 and 1903. The main purpose was to build the residence for the Belgian Count Camille de Renesse, founder of the Maloja Palace. Unfortunately de Renesse had to file for bankruptcy with his Maloja Palace after already six months, 1904 he died in Nizza. In the following decades the Belvedere served as a hotel, a boarding school for girls and to the Swiss Army. The tower and the remaining of the castle were sold to the Swiss Federation for the Conservation of Nature (today: pro natura). Today the Belvedere Tower is open to the public from mid-June to mid-October and serves as an observation tower and for exhibitions.

The Belvedere Tower Slide 1

Opening hours
Closed: from 20.10.2019 to 01.07.2020 

Location

Facilities
  • Parking nearby
  • Bus/ train stop nearby
  • Unique View
  • Accessible to the public and free of charge
  • Historical or cultural significance
  • Unique Location
  • Zu Fuss und Bike erreichbar
Contacts
+41 81 252 40 39
Riserva Naturale del Belvedere
7516 Maloja

Location