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Erzsebet
Erzsebet
January 7, 2020
City Park is the largest park in Budapest. The first trees and walkways were established here in 1751. Vajdahunyad Castle, a replica of a Transylvanian castle of that name, was built to show the various architectural styles found in Hungary, and has Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque parts…
Márton
Márton
December 16, 2019
Beautiful greenspace in the middle of the city. Well connected to public transit lines (Széchenyi fürdő and Hősök tere on the M1 yellow line). Several attractions including the Széchenyi bath, ice skating rink/pond, zoo, Heroes Square, and Vajdahunyad castle.★33 MINUTES ON FOOT/ 15 MINUTES BY THE…
Eva
Eva
January 16, 2020
This neighborhood is full of gems. In the winter you can skate on the city lake, have a nice bath in the world famous Széchenyi Thermal Bath, go to the zoo and meet cute animals, watch a show in the Hungarian National Circus, go and see an exhibition in the Museum of Fine Arts or walk down the…
David
David
January 30, 2020
Beautiful greenspace in the middle of the city. Well connected to public transit lines (Széchenyi fürdő and Hősök tere on the M1 yellow line). Several attractions including the Széchenyi bath, ice skating rink/pond, zoo, Heroes Square, and Vajdahunyad castle.★27 MINUTES ON FOOT/ 21 MINUTES BY THE…
Péter
Péter
December 5, 2019
Museum of Fine Art, Modern ARt, Heroes square, Zoo, Széchenyi Bath (must try!), Ice Rink, Vajdahunyad Castle in the same Park

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District XIV., 1146