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Budapest Tour with Optional Danube River Cruise
"Begin your tour with a pick up from your Budapest hotel and travel to Heroes’ Square one of the three largest squares in the city. Take in sights such as the Millennium Monument and the Museum of Fine Arts before continuing onward to the magnificent Vajdahunyad Castle near the City Park lake. Completed in the early 20th century the castle is an intriguing mix of Gothic Renaissance and Romanesque architectural styles.Leave the sites of City Park (Városliget) behind you and head to Andrássy Avenue a UNESCO World Heritage site and popular spot for shopping in Budapest. Enjoy fine views of the Hungarian State Opera House and the grand townhouses that line the avenue. Learn of the area’s rich history from your knowledgeable guide.Marvel at th one of the largest in the world and St Stephen's Basilica
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Budapest Tour with Optional Danube River Cruise
"Begin your tour with a pick up from your Budapest hotel and travel to Heroes’ Square one of the three largest squares in the city. Take in sights such as the Millennium Monument and the Museum of Fine Arts before continuing onward to the magnificent Vajdahunyad Castle near the City Park lake. Completed in the early 20th century the castle is an intriguing mix of Gothic Renaissance and Romanesque architectural styles.Leave the sites of City Park (Városliget) behind you and head to Andrássy Avenue a UNESCO World Heritage site and popular spot for shopping in Budapest. Enjoy fine views of the Hungarian State Opera House and the grand townhouses that line the avenue. Learn of the area’s rich history from your knowledgeable guide.Marvel at th one of the largest in the world and St Stephen's Basilica
From EUR32.00
 
Budapest's Memento Park 3 hour Private Excursion with a Historian
"In the summer of 1989 the statue of Lenin in Budapest’s City Park was removed ostensibly for maintenance never to return. Instead it eventually found its way to the Statue Park located in suburban Budapest along with other communist relics from the post-­Revolution period. At the park visitors enter through a side gate and find themselves literally walking in circles as they take in statues that once adorned the public spaces of Budapest but now have been corralled into this site “safely away” from the masses.Inside statues and memorials exist to Hungarian communists as well as Lenin
From $350.00

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Museum of Fine art

This museum has a great collection of masterpieces from throughout Europe with works by Da Vinci , El Greco and a collection of the leading names of impressionism. There is also a nice collection of...
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Jim_Eliason
Feb 28, 2016

Museum of Fine - International - Arts.

Museum of International Arts would be a more appropriate name as National Hungarian art is on display in the museum of the Buda castle "Discovering Hungarian painters and sculptors.".The...
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breughel
Mar 15, 2015

Old Master Paintings - Flemish.

The Old Master Paintings collection with about 3000 works is the most important part of the museum on floor 1 and 2. It presents a comprehensive overview of European painting of the 13th up to 18...
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breughel
Mar 15, 2015

Old Master Paintings - Dutch.

The collection of Dutch painters is very complete with the masters of the Gouden Eeuw - Golden Century (17c). Good works with classical landscapes, portraits, genre scenes, still lives but no...
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breughel
Mar 15, 2015

Old Master Paintings - German.

I stopped in front of this "Ill-matched couple" from Lucas Cranach the Elder around 1530. Cranach painted more than half a dozen such couples showing a lecherous old man and a young woman, sometimes a...
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breughel
Mar 15, 2015

Museum of Fine Art

With a large collection of paintings from the 14th century to the Baroque period this musuem for me was like being in "shoe heaven." The pieces of art are magnificent and it houses one of the largest...
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Gypsystravels
Dec 09, 2014

Guided tours in English

The Museum of Fine Arts (Budapest) offers free guided tours in English almost every day until mid-July. You do not need to pay for the tour separately, it is enough if you buy a regular ticket (HUF...
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Dorqa
Jul 13, 2014

MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS

Located across Heroes square from the Palace of Art, is the Museum of Fine Arts. This Museum has a large selection of European art. Its Old Gallery has 3000 paintings from the majority of Europe's...
balhannah
Mar 13, 2014

Fine Arts Museum

Hungary's largest collection of international art. The Museum of Fine Arts (Szépművészeti Múzeum) is housed in an imposing neoclassical building built between 1900 and 1906 is Hungary's largest...
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shavy
Aug 31, 2013

Budapest's Museum of Fine Arts

While Hungarian art is on display at the national gallery located at Buda Castle, the country's most important international collection is housed at the Museum of Fine Arts, located at Heroes' Square....
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Jefie
Nov 12, 2012

Museum of Fine Arts

The Budapest Museum of Fine Arts is a large, beautiful museum located on the left side of Heroes' Square. The museum dates from 1906. You can view German, Classical, Egyptian, Italian, Spanish,...
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hungariangirl896
Sep 04, 2012

Szepmuveszeti Muzeum

On the left of the wonderful Hosok tere there is the nice Szepmuveszeti Muzeum, museum of Fine Arts. It was built by Albert Schickedanz and Fulop Herzog and it has got a neoclassical facade. The...
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Apr 04, 2011
 
 
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Things to Do Near Fine Arts Museum - CLOSED UNTIL 2018

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Tropicarium

This Oceanarium is deffinatly must see if you going there with kids, or yourself are a fan of waterlife! Personally I was seduced by 11m big long tunel with different kinds of fish and quite fat...
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City Park - Varosliget

Another impressive statue, was of Alpar Ignatius. I passed by it on Hunedoara promenade on my way to the main entrance of Vajdahunyad Castle. The bronze sculpture of this Guild Master, is 2.8 metres...
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Gellert Baths

Budapest is famous for its hot springs, and many baths and spas were established here because of these geological phenomenon. The Gellert Baths are among the most famous. Once you pay your entrance...
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Citadella - Citadel

I visit Citadella three times already. From the top of the Citadel, there is a best panoramic view over the city, over the Danube and its eight bridges. It is a huge complex. It offers two specific...
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Rudas Baths

Costs 3200 ft for access to thermal baths. 2200 ft for access to swimming pool only, and 4200 ft for both. No early exit concessions. Good on grey winter days as you are under a Turkish hammam cupola...
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Central Market Hall - Nagy Vasarcsarnok

Budapest's Central Market Hall is housed in a majestic building originally built in 1896 and completely restored in 1999. It's a great place to go if you're looking for souvenirs - the first floor is...
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Getting to Fine Arts Museum - CLOSED UNTIL 2018

Address

Dózsa György Utca 41

Hours

  • Sunday 10:00 to 18:00
  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday 10:00 to 18:00
  • Wednesday 10:00 to 18:00
  • Thursday 10:00 to 18:00
  • Friday 10:00 to 18:00
  • Saturday 10:00 to 18:00

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