The Belveder Summer Palace (Kralovsky Letohradek) is the only palace of its kind in the Czech Republic, which is a palace in the Renaissance style. You may have already seen it, from one of your observations from other parts of Prague. It is recognized from afar by his roof, which looks like an overturned large boat.
It was not accidently built so alike the Italian style, those who designed it in the 16th century were Italian architects, who were invited by King Ferdinand I as a gift to his beloved wife Anna, who unfortunately died after giving birth to her fifteenth son.
Today the palace serves as a museum for exhibitions. Most of the time it is closed and can only be entered during exhibitions and concerts. On the other hand, many say that the palace, which many consider the most perfect Renaissance structure outside of Italy, and its gardens, are designed to be seen mainly from the outside.
Notice that outside the fountain in front of the palace makes sounds of the water falling on the bronze, and has given the fountain the nickname "the singing fountain." Look out over the magnificent St. Vitus Cathedral nearby.
Along the palace is a columned terrace overlooking the Belvedere Summer Palace garden, also known as the Royal Garden. These majestic gardens reach the height of their beauty during the spring and summer, with the tulips and flower beds at the height of their spectacular blooming.