Budapest Off The Beaten Path

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Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Budapest

  • 1. Molnár János

    There are three publicly accessible caves belonging to the largest cave system in Hungary. They are all situated in Budapest's 2nd district, called Rózsadomb, which is located in the north-western...

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  • 2. MAUTHAUSEN MARTYRS MONUMENT

    Mauthausen Martyrs Monument is located on the outskirts of the Pest side of Budapest.The easiest way to see it is from the Boat when cruising on the River...

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  • 3. Bakelit Multi Art Center

    This place is as "off the beaten path" as it gets, if you don't mind actually traveling a beaten path to get there. It's a really unique, beautiful building,...

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  • 4. Esztergom Castle, Budapest, Hungary ...

    What I like most is that the location of the Castle at the Danube Bend, on which u can see the bridge combining two countries, Hungary and Slovakia ...Almost...

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  • 5. Citadella, Budapest, Hungary ...

    The top of the Gellért Hill is a strategical point from where u can have an overview of both Buda and Pest and shoot perfect photos ... From the panorama...

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  • 6. Gül Baba, Budapest, Hungary ...

    Gül Baba (died 1541), also known as Cafer, was an Ottoman Bektashi dervish poet and companion of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent who took part in a number of...

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  • 7. Ujpest Watertower

    This watertower was built in the early 20th century to provide running water for the large northern suburb of Budapest, Ujpest, and is now a symbol of District...

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  • 8. Urania National Movie Theater

    Quite a few tourists think about watching a movie one evening instead of discovering as much as possible while wandering around.But it's a wrong way of thinking...

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  • 9. The Szent Laszlo Church in Kobanya

    This beautiful Catholic church stands in the centre of Kobanya (Stone MIne) district of Budapest. No wonder the church is not visited by crowds of tourists: the...

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  • 10. The Medieval Synagogue in Buda

    On one of the main streets of the Castle District in Buda, in a small apartment building, a Medieval synagogue was discovered during excavation works in...

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  • 11. Archaeological find: Mummies of the Church

    The Museum of Natural Science preserves one of the most special anthropology find of our age, the mummies of Vác. During the renovation mummies were found in...

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  • 12. Budacastle Sikló

    It was opened in 1870. It is 95 meter long and it has 48% raise. Its lower station is on Ádám Clark square, its upper station is between in Sándor-palota...

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  • 13. trip to Godillo (Empress Elisabeth of Austria )

    I really enjoyed our trip to Godillo Castle near Budapest in March 2008. The guided tour of the building was interesting , but a bit overlong in duration after...

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  • 14. the Saint Margareth highscool

    If You are lazy or simply too tired to climb the Gellért hill to enjoy the views from the Citadel, you-as recomended by most of the travel guides- certainly go...

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  • 15. Circus

    On our 1st visit to Budapest we were staying over near the circus and found it an enjoyable thing to do in the evening so we went back again on this trip in...

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  • 16. Actor giants in the park

    In the park of the new National Theatre there are some statues of Hungarian actor giants of the past.There is a statue about Hilda Gobbi, Kalman Latabar, Manyi...

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  • 17. Day Trip To Vac

    If you are in Budapest for a short time but would like to get out of the city for just a morning or afternoon then nip off to Vac. Only about half an hour by...

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  • 18. Matya's Church

    Szentháromság tér 2, Varbusz, Open daily 9am-5pm, At the very heart of Buda's Castle District is the Mátyás Templom. Officially named as the Church of Our Lady,...

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  • 19. Visegrad - old capital of Hungary

    Old hilly capital of Hungary and castle remains on high mountain is about 40 km from Budapest. From the castle you can see beautiful panorama of mountains and...

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  • 20. Szentendre - small nice town

    Szentendre is small lovely town near Budapest. It was built by influence of Serbs and has many narrow streets, colorful churches, some museums and great variety...

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  • 21. Out In The Suburbs

    I had my magic 72 hour travel pass and one late afternoon I had quick whizz out on the Metro to Deli Palyaudvar in Buda just to see what that was all about....

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  • 22. Children's railway

    A fellow Vter recommended this to me and then I saw a writeup of the trip in Fodor's and it turned out to one of the most enjoyable things we did.The children's...

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  • 23. Have dinner at Kehli Vendeglo

    We found this restaurant recommended on Trip Advisor and although it is a bit far out, we decided to go all the way there. It is located on the Buda side, on...

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  • 24. St. Rochus chapel and Semmelweis hospital

    Located at one of the busiest roads in Budapest and not in a particularly charming neighbourhood the St. Rochus chapel and neighbouring hospital are probably...

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  • 25. St. Therez church

    This nice little church is the parish church of the VI. district. It was built 1811, the spire was added later by Miklos Ybl. The interior is nothing to write...

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