The buildings of the Buda Castle are currently occupied by 2 museums (the National Gallery and the Budapest History Museum) and the National Library. All of these attractions can be visited, but there is an entry fee. There is …Read More »
The magnificent Buda Castle Garden Bazaar in Buda Castle is a World Heritage Site, where classical renaissance, well maintained green lawn meet modern architecture in design while giving home to many permanent and temporary exhibitions and festivals.
Buda Castle Garden …Read More »
The rugged past of Buda Castle Evangelical Church mirrors the difficult and gloomy history of Hungary.
The first Evangelical Church (and school) was built on Disz square in 1846, but the land itself was claimed by the Ministry of Defence …Read More »
According to the recently published plans, the onetime Riding Hall and Stables of Buda Castle will be rebuilt in the following few years.
History of the Stables
The original Stables of the Royal Palace was built at the outer area …Read More »
The National Archives of Hungary does nothing less than preserving national treasures.
Records related to the last 1000 years of Hungarian history, this building preserves 80% of all the Hungarian archival records making 307 000 meters of documents.…Read More »
Matthias Fountain is one of the most beautiful sculptures and fountains in Budapest. The Fountain is in the Buda Castle on the Hunyadi Court, featuring King Matthias in a royal hunting scene with a hidden love story.…Read More »
Due to reconstructions in the Buda Castle District, the Castle District Municipality have temporarily limited the tour bus traffic between June 1 and October 31, 2016. During this period only 8 tour buses will be allowed to be in the …Read More »