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Parking near Buda Castle (Buda hill)

by George_Arba

Are there a parking area near the Buda castle (Buda hill) ?
Do I have a chance to get a parking place for 3 hours, Thursday, at 2 o'clock PM ?

Re: Parking near Buda Castle (Buda hill)

by fischert

Hello George

Yes, there is a parking are in the castle at Dísz square (close to Színház street).
It is the most expensive parking are 580 HUF/hour. I think there is a chance to find a parking place there.
Or i could suggest to park close at Clark Adam square at Lanchid street(it's much cheaper). From there it is a nice 15 minutes walk up to the hill or you can take the Funicular from Clark Adam square to castle.

Budapestian, Tamás

Re: Parking near Buda Castle (Buda hill)

by George_Arba

Thank you very much for the answer!

I have another little question:
How can I pay the parking in this 2 parking area?

George

Re: Parking near Buda Castle (Buda hill)

by fischert

IF I remember well in the castle you have to go through on a gate where you get a ticket and when you are leaving the area you will pay at the gate. There is a small building there with a person.

Parking down the hill at Lánchid street you can park with machines. I'm sending you through mail a short description.

Tamás

Travel Tips for Budapest

go to castle hill on the buda...

by dinasmurf

go to castle hill on the buda side of the river. there is a 14th century cathedral and the romanesque castle sits on the hill with an awsome view of the danube and the parliament builing . in was fun to bargain with street vendors.

Use the Metro...its clean its...

by Michael_D

Use the Metro...its clean its safe and it will zip you anywhere you want to go. Fares were on the 'honor system' when i was there..largely due to not understanding the language or the cost of a ride I rode the entire day for free, knowing full well if I were caught there would be a fine...the fine was something like $1US...hehe I took the chance. next time I am there I vow to pay double;-)

Language

by Stevieboy

Hungarian is a very specific language, and a rather hard one to learn, as I was told. One of the more tricky features is that words can mean a lot of different things according to the way vowels are written (and consequently pronounced).

Since not many people speak Hungarian – except the Hungarians, that is – English is common in hotels and at tourist places. You will have to manage with sign language otherwise (or nod while smiling in an understanding way, which my taxi driver seemed to appreciate very much).

There is one real nice thing about the language though. Allow yourself an hour or so to sit in a local tea-room and listen to people chatter away in Hungarian. Sip your coffee (or whatever is your poison), close your eyes, let yourself be carried away by the sturdy music of this magical tongue, feel old Europe and realise you really should read Jules Verne’s “Le pilote du Danube”…

Rain every month

by ophiro

If you are visiting Budapest in the winter you MUST bring warm clothes and an umbrella !!!
But in the summer also bring a scarf or a small jacket for the evening near the Danube and a small umbrella with you just in case it will rain - we had 2 rainy days on our trip although it was July and very hot.

Liberation Monument

by balfor

This is in the Off the Beaten Paths section because I only "visited" the monument with a zoom lens.

Atop the Gellert Hill, this monument was created by Strobl. It can be seen from Most spots along the Danube near the city centre. It is located near the Citadel.

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