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Gellért Hill

Walk: 2,4 Km 35 minutes

  • Our Lady of Hungary Church Rock
 
  • St. Stephen's statue - 2001 Paul Stone, limestone works
 
  • Citadel
  • Statue of Liberty
 
  • Bishop St. Gellert statue - of the Metropolitan Council of Public Works commissioned by the statue erected in 1904, sculptor Gyula Jankovits made major figure of the pagan figure was portrayed Gardos Alpha, was the architect Imre Francsek.
 
  • Great WaterFalls
 
  • Gellérthegyi Reservoir
 
  • KIC Urania Observatory
 
  • jubilee Park
 
  • Philosophical garden - Wagner Nandor sculpture group (inaugurated in 2001, restored after the 2006 vandalism: 2010
 
  • Lookout Stone Statue - Buda and Pest prince princess; Lesenyei Martha George Hunter shared the statue in 1982 and 1984

Castle District Buda

Walk: 1,7 Km, 25 minutes

As part of one of the city's Castle Hill district, Budapest I. Castle. Since 1987, under the name Castle Hill on the UNESCO World Heritage ListIn the field numerous monuments of medieval origin, and 17-18. century houses and public buildings are located. Three main part of the Castle Hill in Buda Castle, St. George's Square and the historic residential district.
Buda great bastion
Buda Castle

     Budapest History Museum
     Stephen's Tower
     Hungarian National Gallery
     National Széchenyi Library

mace Tower
Fehérvári rondella
St George's Square

     Funicular
     Sándor Palace
     Theatre

 
Historic neighborhoods

     Decorative background
     Gothic houses
     Military History Museum
     telephony Museum
     Fishermen
     Mary Magdalene's Church
     Trinity Square
         Matthias Church
         Old Buda town hall
         Holy Trinity Column
     Golden Eagle Pharmacy Museum
     Vienna Gate Square
         Vienna Gate
         Buda Lutheran Church
         Hungarian National Archives
     Rock Hospital Museum

 
 

János Hill - Normafa - Libegő

Walk: 13,6 Km, 3 hour
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Public transport: 38 minutes

János Hill in the mid-19th century, a popular holiday place and its inhabitants in Pest. Best known for hits to Queen Elizabeth in 1882. This visit was erected in 1908-1910 to commemorate the coronation of Elizabeth Lookout mountain
The Normafa lookout point of view towards the north appears to our eyes the highest point in the area of John-Elizabeth Lookout Mountain. So literally starting from the ridge towards the tower can move, and Norma Wood-slope leaving shortly for Anna meadow achieved. The blue circle following the tourist route signals from the ski jump and Sports hostel buildings left we reach the upper terminus of the chairlift. From here starts rising road leading to the summit of Mount John, standing 527 meters high Elizabethan kilátótoronyhoz (Frederick Schulek neo-Romanesque monuments).
The tower panoramic views across Budapest and the Buda hills. The trip is about two and a half kilometers long, steep ascent at the end of a one-hour walk to move through. On the way back to the other branch signal (circle line) to get back to the Normafa.
The chairlift was built in 1970, from the Zugliget leader János Hill cable car, aerial cableway As Budapest XII. district.

The Chair path exactly 1,040 meters in length, the height difference between two stations 262 meters, this distance makes it about twelve minutes. The cable holder in two places in the columns under the wheels, the others running over the wheels.

The valley station of the chairlift Zugligeti, the 102 bus terminus is located.
The 102 bus stops in the Széll Kálmán Square, in Csaba street.

János hill-station of the mountain is located in the connecting Norma Hármaskút with wood-roof. The Normafáig can be reached by buses 21 and 21A marked the Széll Kálmán tér departing from Norma Fa 20-30 minute pleasant forest road leads to the top station of the chairlift.

The Children's Railway or János Hill Flower Valley Station a short woodland walk away.

 

Duna Corso & old town center

Walk: 6,2 Km, 1 hour 15 minutes

The Great Synagogue or, as happens in everyday language: the Great Synagogue, Budapest. district, Tobacco street, the Hungarian Jewry neolog largest synagogue and the largest in Europe. The former Jewish area, where today, many Jewish people live, who the traditions are still kept.
The synagogue is an important symbol of Hungarian Jewry, as well as major tourist attractions of Budapest. The capital plays an active role in the cultural life too, because space gives classical music concerts, festivals serve different place; One can hear the walls of a pipe organ concerts and kántorfellépések.
The Great Hall (officially known as Central Market Hall, other names: Market, Central Market Hall Fővám Square, formerly Dimitrov hall), the biggest market hall in Budapest, which IX. district, Fővám Square (formerly Dimitrov Square) 1-3. below.
The most famous shopping area of ​​Váci utca in Budapest, V district, connects the Vörösmarty square Vámház the same time. The number of side streets and pedestrian street.
Roman Catholic Church built in neo-Renaissance St. Stephen's Basilica in Budapest, Hungary Parish or Lipótváros Lipótváros between the Bajcsy-Zsilinszky Boulevard and St. Stephen's Square (the main facade overlooks the square). One of the most important religious building of the Basilica of Hungary, the capital's biggest tourist attractions, the main venue of the cult of St. Stephen. The building is named after the founder of the Hungarian state, King Saint Stephen, whose right arm remained intact, preserved as a relic of the Holy Right here. The building itself is 96 meters of the third tallest building in the country.
The Parliament (commonly Parliament) is one of the most famous public building in Budapest, the Hungarian Parliament and certain institutions (such as the Parliamentary Library) is established. V. district of Budapest, the Danube in Kossuth Square. The river view side of the refurbishment after 21 years of work, came to an end in September 2009, [1] the floodlight renewed in the summer of 2014th [2]
The World Heritage Site of Budapest is currently part of the following (for listing in the order of years):
    The Danube and the Buda Castle Quarter (Culture 1987)
    
Budapest Danube are part of a World Heritage Site since 1987th The Buda side, flanked by the Technical University of some of the buildings and the Széchenyi Chain Bridge area on the Gellért Bath, Gellért Hill Statue of Liberty and the Citadel and Buda Castle district buildings, the Royal Palace, the Liberty Square and the buildings located there, Matthias Church, the Holy Trinity Column, the Fishermen's Bastion, the Danube and the Margaret Bridge all the way buildings are part of world heritage. On the Pest side protected from the Parliament building is located on the Pest side of the Chain Bridge Széchenyi tér and some of its buildings, the Academy and the Gresham Palace and the buildings are up to the bank of the Danube Bridge Petofi Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

St. Stephen's Basilica Budapest

After the tour lunch in traditional Sas Center restaurant

Andrassy Sugarway - Hero's Place - City Central Park

Walk: 4 Km, 50 minutes

The Budapest Andrássy út 2310 m long avenue that Budapest VI. perimeter, at the outskirts of Teresa. The road connects the downtown area of ​​the City Park. Underneath runs the Metro Line 1.
The end of Andrassy Avenue downtown

 

Andrássy út in 2002 became a world heritage site along with the Millennium underground train going underneath the back of lying and Heroes' Square.

 

The Hungarian State Opera House (Budapest, Andrássy út 22.) operas, ballet troupe to Hungary with one large and specifically specialized in theater. One of the most important monuments of the 19th-century building in Budapest. It built in neo-Renaissance style by Miklós Ybl. The richly decorated interiors contributed to the development of well-known Hungarian artists as well.

 

The Heroes' Square in Budapest biggest and most impressive square in the XIV. district, in the narrow sense refers to the Millennium memorial. The Heroes' Square in front of him with the World Heritage Andrassy Avenue.

 

The Museum of Fine Arts includes World Heritage sites of Budapest as part of state-funded and maintained national museum in Budapest Heroes Square monument complex. Between 1900 and 1906, based on Ferenc Albert Schickedanz and Fülöp Herzog plans built in Neo-Renaissance and Neo-Classical style.

 

The largest exhibition hall of the Palace of Arts in Budapest, located on Heroes' Square opposite the Museum of Fine Arts. Most of the exhibitions of contemporary art space.

 

The Hunedoara castle or Vajdahunyadvár (officially known as Historic Building Group) formed by Ignatius selves architect of buildings in Budapest XIV. district, in the City Park. The City Park Lake Széchenyi four-island bridge away.

 

The Szechenyi spa, nicknamed the Splinter, Budapest and largest spa complexes in Europe. Its construction began in 1909 on the basis győző czigler plans. II thermal water supply is currently delivered in 1938 located in the City Park. No, "St. Stephen" Well, the cold water supply provides six pieces of smaller wells. The complex has three outdoor and 15 indoor pools. The spa offers a variety of spa treatments and day hospital is working.

 

The Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden (popularly known as the Zoo) Hungary's oldest and largest zoo gyűjteményű. Budapest XIV. district, in the City Park Zoo is located on the street 6-12. During number of areas, which is a nature reserve since 1986, the Municipal Assembly in November 2012 the previous 10.7 hectares increased 17.3 hectares.

During Tour dine in Corso Cafe Oktogon Tradicional Hungarian cold Breakfast & Sandwich Bar

Margaret Island

Walk: 5,4 Km, 1 hour

Margaret Island is an island in the Danube in Budapest with Margaret Island is made up as a part of the capital city. Some hotels, catering facilities, sports facilities and Margaret Island water tower apart the building is not on it, because the whole island is actually a huge park, in fact, the capital's huge fleet of medieval sacral architectural monuments, memorial walkway with small lakes.
Small Margaret Island Zoo
This is sometimes called vadaskertnek animal show garden has existed since the 1950s but only since 2002 belongs to the Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden. The garden by then very deteriorated state capital Budapest is completely renovated in the year, has entrusted the operation of Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden.
  • Dominican monastery ruins of St. Margaret's grave. January 18 to Sunday, near the open-air venue for festive Holy Mass each year.
  • Norbertine convent.
  • Franciscan monastery ruins.
  • Palatinus Strand Spa (named after the Latin names show Palatine, remembering the former name of the island). Opened in 1921, it enlarged in 1937. Designer id. Stephen was Janáky. The Palatine  pool was the largest in Europe before the Second World War.
  • National Swimming Pool. Was built according to the plans of Alfred Hajos, it opened in 1930. 1937 made in open-water swimming pool.
  • Water Tower. Built in 1913, the then-revolutionary technology of reinforced concrete, solid Zielinski plans.
  • Japanese Garden. On 17 September 2014, it handed over the refurbished garden.
  • Thermal Helia, Helia amphitheater. It was built in 1938-1939.
  • Musical Fountain (Bodor Péter Székely mechanic, handyman, a copy of Tirgu Mures creation of.
  • Musical fountain.
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