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Budapest City Tour with Danube River Sightseeing Cruise Ticket
"Leave your centrally located Budapest hotel in an air-conditioned minivan and head for the famous Chain Bridge on the Danube River. View the massive edifice which was built in 1849 and was the first permanent bridge between Buda and Pest. Pass the vast neo-Gothic Parliament Building and cross the Margaret Bridge to the UNESCO-listed Buda Castle District. This fortified hilltop district dates to the 13th century and reached it zenith in the 15th century when Hungary’s King Matthias built a palace here. Explore the cobbled streets and view its showpiece monuments such as the Matthias Church and Buda Castle (also called the Royal Palace). Then walk onto the Fisherman’s Bastion terrace to drink in the stunning views of the city and Danube below.After a stop at Gellért Hill cross the Elizabeth Bridge and head into Pest to see the Central Market Hall Dohány Street Synagogue
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Budapest Castle District Sightseeing Tour
"Start your tour with a pickup from your centrally located Budapest hotel and travel by air-conditioned vehicle to the banks of the Danube River to admire the first attraction of your tour — the famous Chain Bridge. Admire the stone-and-iron edifice as yo take time to admire the monumental Hungarian Parliament Building. This massive neo-Gothic structure is the world’s third-largest parliament building and sits imperiously on the edges of the Danube River making it especially photo-worthy.Drive across the Danube River over Margaret Bridge on your way to the main focus of your tour the UNESCO-listed Castle District of Buda. Packed with monuments perched above the river this fortified cobbled area was first constructed in the 13th century to defend the burgeoning city from Mongol invasion.Hear facts about the area’s past on a short walking tour with your guide. View impressive Buda Castle (also known as the Royal Palace) and s
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Budapest Transfer: Budapest Airport to Hotels
"When you clear customs at Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport meet your driver in the arrivals lobby and hop aboard your shared air-conditioned shuttle vehicle ready to be whisked off to your centrally located Budapest hotel.Whether you’re traveling individually with a partner or in a group your shared transfer will make your journey from the airport to your hotel simple and smooth. Skip any lines for cabs buses or trains
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Museum of Applied Arts - Iparmuveszeti Muzeum Tips (22)

MUSEUM OF APPLIED ARTS - BIGOT PAVILION

The Bigot Pavilion contains a display of Art Nouveau and Architectural Ceramics from ParisI was lucky to see some of this collection, as it was the first time since the Paris World Fair of 1900, that...
balhannah
Mar 11, 2014

MUSEUM OF APPLIED ARTS - PERMANENT COLLECTION

The permanent collections are quite a mixture!The collection includes Hungarian folk ceramics, French furniture, old chairs, Ottoman carpets, Baroque gold ware, Tiffany glass, 16th century clothing,...
balhannah
Mar 11, 2014

PERMANENT EXHIBITION - GOLDSMITH COLLECTION

The Museum of Applied Arts has both permanent and temporary exhibitions.One of the permanent exhibitions, is the GOLDSMITH COLLECTIONThe Museum has a collection of 11,000 items in gold, copper,...
balhannah
Mar 11, 2014

MUSEUM OF APPLIED ARTS - INTERIOR

Stepping inside this building is an amazing experience! I wonder how many do what I did, and that is stand still and whisper to ones self -"this is wonderful! - wow!" I imagine there would be...
balhannah
Mar 11, 2014

MUSEUM OF APPLIED ARTS - EXTERIOR

We were in Budapest and trying to find the street our unit was in, when we passed by this most stunning building. We couldn't stop then, so I said to my husband I wanted to return, as the architecture...
balhannah
Mar 10, 2014

Museum of Applied Arts

This is another landmark of Budapest - a highlight of Art Nouveau (called "Secession" in Hungary) architecture. It was built by Ödön Lechner and Gyula Partos and opened by Emperor Franz Josheph in...
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german_eagle
Apr 03, 2010

Iparmúveszeti Múzeum (Museum of Applied Arts)

If you love architecture and museums, you will love this place. Established in 1872,The Iparmúveszeti Múzeum as it is known in Hungarian (Museum of Applied Arts)was the 3rd of it's kind to be opened...
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budapest8
Mar 10, 2008

Inside the Museum

Nowdays it is the white colour wich dominates the main hall and the stairs of the interiors and these very cute lacy decorations but originally the museum was much better ornated with the frescos of...
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1courage
Sep 21, 2007

Museum of Applied Arts: A Must!

The Museum of Applied Arts is a 'don't miss' when you go to Budapest. It only takes you about 1 or 1,5 hour to visit it, so try to squeeze it into your planning. The building itself is a wonderful...
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Museeuw
Sep 06, 2007

Iparmuveszeti Muzeum (I&V)

Iparmuveszeti Muzeum – the Museum of Applied Arts in Budapest was founded in 1872. It is the 3rd oldest in Europe (the datum Hungarians are very proud of), established just after museums in London and...
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Zvrlj
Apr 16, 2007

The Museum of the Applied Arts-outside

This fantastic and very original building was constructed according to the plans of Ödön Lechner (see his bronze statue on the picture) and Gyula Pártos. This is the 3rd Museum in Europe dedicated to...
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1courage
Dec 20, 2006

Museum of Applied Arts

This beautiful building was designed by Odön Lechner and completed in 1896. It houses a number of interesting exhibitions with a permanent display of arts and crafts and furniture in the upstairs...
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Heniko
Apr 16, 2006
 
 
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Things to Do Near Museum of Applied Arts - Iparmuveszeti Muzeum

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Danube Palace - Duna Palota

The Danube Palace can be found in the heart of the recently restored, beautiful heart of the 5 th district, near the Saint Stephan's Basilica. This stately old building is home today to a number of...
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Holocaust Memorial - Raoul Wallenberg Memory Park

We are still at the Great Synagogue, now making my way to the back where the Raoul Wallenberg Memory Park is located. Here, I found some interesting pieces, the stand-out being the "TREE OF LIFE."...
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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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National Museum - Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum

I thought it was a rather small collection considering it is a national museum. Though it was fairly chronological it was a bit hard to follow since so little of the exhibition had any description in...
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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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Stamp Museum - Belyemuzeum

When ever we travel, we make it a point to always seek out the local post office. Most all places we have visited, we have come home with colorful stamps from the country we visited .... Great To...
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Getting to Museum of Applied Arts - Iparmuveszeti Muzeum

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Ulloi Ut 33-37

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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