Jade Panzio

XIX. Iranyi Daniel utca, 47, Budapest, 1193, Hungary
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walking to Citadella

by cucaron

Hi, I want to know if there is a path to walk from the Erzsébet bridge to Citadella in a direct way through the park or forest, between Citadella and the river, it is safe? always open? and how long to reach the top.

Re: walking to Citadella

by fischert


You can walk there from Erzsébet bridge, but there is no park "between citadella and the river". You can walk from Erzsébet brdige or you can walk from Szabadság bridge side. Both walking tours are the side of the hill with a view to the river. They are safe during the day. The tour is not long but altitude change is "big".
If you need detailed route plan I can do it at the weekend (earlier I went to Citadella only by car, never on foot:-).

Budapestian, Tamás

Re: walking to Citadella

by johngayton

Yes Erzebet Bridge to the Citadella is a pleasant enough walk (and perfectly safe even in the evenings) either side of the river. Getting to the top of the Citadella depends how energetic you are feeling - you can go straight up by the steps (say 10 minutes) or zig-zag up the footpath, but either way is worth doing for the views alone. I think the Citadella itself closes in the evenings but the area around is a public space and so is open 24/7.

Enjoy Budapest.

walking to Citadella new question

by cucaron

Thanks fischert and johngayton for your information, an one more question. If I start walking at the corner of Szent Gellert ter and Kelenhegyi ut after crossing the Szabadsag bridge, and walk north west I will reach the citadella? Now in my way down I want to get Taban church walking north. passing close to the end of Orom utca to Hegyalja ut in fron of the church. Is this possible?
thanks again


Re: walking to Citadella

by danbp

Yes, you can do that, but don't follow Kelenhegyi ut too long: make your way up where the street turns a bit to the left or even somewhere before that point. It's easy to find the Citadel: it's at the very top of the hill. So if you're going down (or flat for a long time), you're on the wrong way. If you're not sweating, you're on the wrong way, that's it :) A pleasant uphill walk takes about 10-15 minutes.
There are pleasant walkways zigzagging around the hillside. You'll surely find one that leads past the end of Orom utca and then you can make your way down to Elisabeth Bridge (and on to Taban Church). The area is safe at the daytime. At night...paths aren't well lit, so if you'd like to visit the Citadel at night, stick to bus 27. (Leaves from Moricz Zsigmond korter stop of buses 7 7E 173 173E and trams 6 18 19 47 41 49, get off at Busulo Juhasz stop and walk for 5 minutes uphill.)

Re: walking to Citadella

by cucaron

Thanks danbp for your helpfull opinion, with it Im in the right path.

Travel Tips for Budapest

I don't speak Hungarian. Do you?

by irvbur

I don't expect people in whose country I am visiting, to speak English. So, I have the desk clerk of my hotel write the name of those locations that I wish to visit on the back of a hotel card in the native language. I write the name of that location in English, on the front. You can get around by bus or taxi (or even ask directions on the street) by showing this card. It also gets you back to your hotel when you're finished for the day. The cards make great keepsakes if you're keeping a scrapbook or journal.

Photo spot at the Chain Bridge

by MedioLatino

To take decent pictures of the Chain Bridge and the Gresham Palace at night is not easy witout a tripod, but it can be done with some help :)

On the Budapest end of the Bridge just make it carefully to the little "island" dividing the 2 lanes and use this traffic sign to halp you.

Pest courtyards

by diocletianvs

The courtyards in Pest side of the city are somewhat different. The 19th century rental houses of the central part of the city had large appartments (usually one of them owned by the owner of the whole complex) at the street side, and smaller appartments for renting organized around small courtyards. If you take a closer look you’ll see that the rhythm is door – window – door – window on each floor, showing that appartments were rather small, consisting sometimes of only a single room with kitchen and bathroom.

Some of these courtyards still have the charm of small communities where you can see that everyone knows everyone as they are in a way forced to live together in such a limited space.
It’s either cooperation and understanding or the living hell.

Ice Skating

by Etoile2B

Patsy wanted something to wear out dancing so somehow we ended up at the mall in Budapest. Who would have thunk it? ;) Much to our surprise they featured an indoor ice skating rink in the middle of the mall. It was hot out and we were in the mood to cool off and be a little silly so we decided to go for a skate. Rentals are available adjacent to the rink, and although the rink was on the small side I think the four of us were the only people on the ice. It's a great way to escape the heat and have a little fun.

DO BEWARE: Although they provivde lockers and give you a key my camera was stolen out of our so don't keep anything of value in there. Skate rentals are available at the rink.

Szabadsag hid (Freedom bridge)

by german_eagle

This bridge that spans the Danube downstream from Chain bridge and links Gellert square (Buda) and Fövam square (Pest) was the third bridge in the city, opened in 1896. Its original name was Franz-Josephs-Brücke, named after the Hapsburg Emperor.

The bridge has a gracious appearance despite the overload of decoration. The architects' motto was "beauty, simplicity and economy". Especially by night (see pictures) it is a very romantic view. Just imagine the traffic wasn't there ;-)


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