Discover the Buda side of Budapest on a combined 2h bus tour on the Buda Hill and the Gellert Hill. Enjoy the fascinating views over the river Danube and UNESCO World Heritage sights form the comfort your seat.…Read More »
The utterly charming Museum of Music History in the Buda Castle District has a very impressive collection of original books, scores, programs, sheet music, historical instruments and archives of the great Hungarian composers, such as Kodaly and Bartok.… Read More »
Matthias Church is open every day all year round, but sometimes it closes earlier, e.g. if there is a wedding ceremony or a mass. It is one of the most beautiful churches in Budapest and in Europe.
With a breathtakingly …Read More »
Enjoy a gripping, fantasy-themed live board game in Buda Castle, Budapest: The Castle of Kings!
Castle of Kings is a unique, life-sized board game, where the game meets reality: the players are the pieces themselves on the board. The game …Read More »
House of Houdini – located close to the building of the Buda Castle in Budapest – presents the life and shows of the world famous illusionist born in Hungary. The specialty museum is more than just exhibits, there are also …Read More »
The exhibitions in the Budapest History Museum focus on the turbulent history of the 2000 years of the city now known as Budapest: what the once separate towns of Buda, Pest and Obuda were like. You can visit the museum free …Read More »
The building of the National Gallery – located in several wings of the Buda Castle – is a stunning piece of art, as are the views over the city and the river Danube from the Dome terrace. See the masters …Read More »