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In 1997, the People's Stadium (Népstadion) which forms part of an immense sports ground held the European Athletics Championships.

Name: Peuple's Stadium
Category: Nature and gardens
Location: 1143 Budapest, Istvánmezei út 1-3.

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In 1997, the People's Stadium (Népstadion) which forms part of an immense sports ground held the European Athletics Championships. Take the big road Ifjúság útja lined with monumental sculptural groups exalting sport and the army. To the North of the stadium a quarter spreads out that is made up mostly by detached houses, at No. 14 Stefánia út, the Institute of Geology is a very fine example of the Secession style attributed to Ödön Lechner.



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A promenade to be compared with that of the labyrinth in Úri Street where you will discover a network of natural grottos which over the years have been fitted out and used by the different occupants of the city.

Name: Grotto of the castle
Category: Nature and gardens
Location: 1014 Budapest, Országház utca 16.

Description

A promenade to be compared with that of the labyrinth in Úri Street where you will discover a network of natural grottos which over the years have been fitted out and used by the different occupants of the city. During the Second World War this amazing underground city was used to house over 4,000 people. The German, Hungarian and Russian armies used these underground hideaways to store arms and munitions and even to house a military hospital.



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This park (Jubileumi park) was inaugurated for the fortieth anniversary of the Revolution of October.

Name: Jubilee Park
Category: Nature and gardens
Location: 1118 Budapest, Citadella Sétány

Description

This park (Jubileumi park) was inaugurated for the fortieth anniversary of the Revolution of October. On the Southern side of mount Gellert, it is a place to go walking which has plenty of interest, well set out, with its shady pathways, its flower beds and lawns. The steep slope of mount Gellért is made much gentler... From there, you can take a path which leads to the Gellért bathsa well deserved rest!



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Janos Hill is the highest in Buda (526m).

Name: János Hill
Category: Nature and gardens
Location: 1013 Budapest, János hegy

Description

Janos Hill is the highest in Buda (526m). A chairlift takes you to the summit. Once there, turn right towards a Neo-Romanesque observation tower, from which the panoramic view is splendid. The tower can also be reached by the children's train.



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Surrounded by ramparts, Castle Hill overlooks the Danube.

Name: Castle Hill
Category: Nature and gardens
Location: 1013 Budapest, Lovas út.

Description

At day it’s best to go up to the Castle (Budai Vár) by Sikló, a funicular railway, thus, saving energy for exploring the antique little streets of the Castle Hill, the Fisherman’s Bastion (Halászbástya) and the Matthias Church (Mátyás-templom). The Gothic residential buildings will amaze you as you take short breaks in between the Museum and Institute of Military History (Hadtörténeti Intézet és Múzeum), the National Archives of Hungary (Magyar Országos Levéltár) and the Mary Magdalene Church (Mária Magdolna-templom). At night the Castle provides the atmosphere, the cityscape delights the eye, and the two together deliver romance.

Castle District
Castle District

 

Surrounded by ramparts, Castle Hill overlooks the Danube. At night, it takes on a new appearance with lighting effects... The royal palace with its dome, Mathias church with its glazed roofs, Fishermen's Bastion, to be seen from Pest, then shine with the light from a thousand spotlights. If you take the funicular railway up the hill, do not miss the sculpture symbolising the famous 0 kilometre, the coat-of-arms of Hungary and the beautiful view over the Danube and Pest (telescope).



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