It is a very huge beautiful building with lots of collections. You will enjoy it better if you are very into Roman, Greek and Egyptian history or you have studied a bit beforehand.
Surprisely, the heavily bulit audio reception man is not very polite and with "the I don't care attitude" . He seems preoccupied with the computer in front of him. And did not give me the floor plan for audio. I have to run back there to get it after seeing some people having them on their hands. Though I rent the audio guide for €4, I did not make use of it much like most of the people. We are just browsing and walking to cover everything. 90% of the paintings are religious like most of the Roman style paintings. You will see a lot of Eygptian tombs and Roman sculptures as well.
They have a bridge for people enjoying Klimt's paintings on the arches. Just a few pieces. This is the highlights.
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