Located beneath the Castle Hill, this is a maze of tunnels that literally runs into miles. It contains huge, cavernous rooms, ... More
Labyrinth of Buda Castle
Located beneath the Castle Hill, this is a maze of tunnels that literally runs into miles. It contains huge, cavernous rooms, originally intended as cellars and bomb shelters. Some of the tunnels can be explored without a guide. One section even features reproductions of cave paintings from around Europe. There is also a cafe (a cup of tea is included in the ticket price) and an underground shop. Another great thing about these tunnels is that when it is scorching hot outside, it remains cool and airy down below. A flashlight (torch) might be advisable, as several sections of the maze are almost pitch black.
The 'Little Princess' sits on a tram railing near Vigado ter. She wears a jester's hat and has a pensive
look. Her knees have been rubbed golden by constant touching and she is (deservedly) in thousands of tourist photos ...
This site has the remains of monuments such as the Roman city of Aquincum and the Gothic castle of Buda,
which have had a considerable influence on the architecture of various periods. It is one of the world's outstanding ...
After seeing the Royal Palace, take a stroll northwards. The medieval street network remains unaltered and although most of the
buildings have been thoroughly restored (the war damage was severe) many retain their original features. Investigate the remains of ...