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.
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If you want to see a real cave, take the HEV up to Szepvolgyi. Go to the cave church in Gellert Hill. This place is a waste of your time. It used to be a shelter during WWII, and since then they've made a pseudo-museum out of it. At first it's kind of cute and eerie showing you the history of the magyars, but then it just gets silly showing fossilized tennis shoes and laptops. Really not worth the price of admission.
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