Parks in Budapest

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Parks in Budapest

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  • Micheala B
    10 contributions
    A lovely break from the hustle and bustle of the city; easily accessible by tram from the city centre. You can either walk through the park or hire a cart to cycle round; either are a great option. Beautifully maintained with lots of flowers, there is also a monastery at the end of the walk which is lovely. We spent about 2-3 hours here and it costs nothing for entry. There are food carts dotted around if you want to eat something as well as toilets, but these are usually 250 HUF per visit. Would recommend
    Written June 23, 2022
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  • TheShis
    Tel Aviv, Israel35,191 contributions
    This memorial park pays tribute to Raoul Wallenberg, a Righteous Among the Nations.
    It is located at the back side of the Great synagogue and features a haunting weeping willow sculpture with the last names of Jewish victims.
    It's a must visit while in Budapest.
    Written September 19, 2020
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  • Stay318216
    1 contribution
    Beautiful at Christmas with decorated trees. We didn’t stop but passed it several times. The trees were lit up beautifully.
    Written December 30, 2021
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  • OZS_ATW
    Budapest, Hungary2,396 contributions
    We took a walk in this park after the performance at the National Dance Theatre was finished. This park is spacious and we liked it.
    Written February 21, 2022
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  • Jakub Z
    Czech Republic142 contributions
    Surprisingly a very relaxing park. Close to the bus station bus not advised to be wandering here after the sunset. Pretty spacious
    Written February 4, 2017
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  • stinkwink
    Sydney, Australia7,389 contributions
    Klauzál is the largest square in Elizabeth City and in the Jewish Quarter. Sad memories are also attached to it, as the Budapest ghetto was on the square and in the surrounding streets, claiming the lives of thousands. But now this area is in the middle of the party district, where now bars are following ruin pubs and more bars, and this changed the ambiance of the area. No matter what, I always have fond memories in my mind when I go there. This was the space where I took my grandchildren to play so often. A large piece of the space functions as a children's playground. It is surrounded to prevent small guests from escaping in a careless moment and is definitely help and reassurance for the attendants. The fence is decorated with colorful children's drawings. In addition to the playground, there are sports grounds, dog running place, and some gym equipment for the grown-up generation. There are a couple of benches where is possible to sit down in the shade of trees if someone gets tired after the shopping at the opposite Klauzál Square market. The square is not an ornate space but adorned with a beautiful statue. A monument of 1848 depicting a hussar with an arrow on a limestone post. Otherwise, the park in the middle of Klauzál square is mostly functional, but it meets the needs of the inhabitants of the area. It was definitely a blessing for me that I didn't have to go too far with two little kids.
    Next to the market, the other attraction of the square is the Kádár restaurant. Anyone who has not tasted their food yet does not know what good Hungarian home cuisine really is. A tiny place with only 35 seats, on the tables are nylon covers and a basket of bread. I usually asked for take- away food because it was still warm when I got home. The taste of their layered cabbage and cooked beef with sour cherry sauce still lingers in my mouth. I live too far now to be able to comfortably walk there for lunch, but now that this review evokes my memories, I have decided that I will have to visit it again soon.
    Next to the Kádár, there is a pizzeria, a lottery, a couple of other shops and a taxi stand opposite. A lot of well-known streets meet in this space. Who wouldn't have heard of Kis and Nagy Diófa Street or Dob Street? Nyár and Klauzál Street also run here. There was some effort to make this area a bit prettier, but I can't say with great success. This is probably also due to the fact that the party district has moved here, which has led to a sharp increase in population density, mostly for short stays.
    It isn’t an attractive square, but nevertheless it is dear to the heart of the inhabitants.
    Written December 30, 2019
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  • JnVSydney
    Greater Sydney, Australia14,107 contributions
    Located near the train station, Budapest Keleti, is this quite large public space/park land, being winter it was a little on the barren side, however, we love seeing places like this as, it is designed for the locals to use, Not really a tourist attraction, however, those that love to get off the beaten track, (like us), this is on the list.
    Written April 19, 2020
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  • kpiddy
    Brisbane, Australia12,091 contributions
    St.Stephen's Park is located in the 13th district in Budapest which borders on to the Danube and has views of Margaret Island. This was our local park during our short stay and we had views of it from our apartment. Judging by the noise It is a well used local park with people out for a walk, with their dog and on one Sunday afternoon the place of a music event.
    Written August 24, 2017
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  • kgyt
    Budapest, Hungary96 contributions
    This nice park is in the tenth district of Budapest. This is the most green area of the city. Not the best place ever, but I like it.
    Written August 16, 2017
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  • davemca99
    Budapest, Hungary53 contributions
    A natural history museum, for children, is located by the park. Until 1945, the Royal Hungarian Ludovica Defense Academy (the "Ludovika"), the primary military school of Hungary, was located here.
    Written December 3, 2017
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  • stinkwink
    Sydney, Australia7,389 contributions
    The message tells you, that isn't only the Hungarian prime minister likes to build stadiums, the Romans did it as well. Panem et circenses. This is where the soldiers from Aquincum were entertained and probably practiced as well. It's a vast oval place, initially was able to accommodate more than 6000 people. Since it was built mostly from earth, with a very little stonework, it isn't as spectacular as the amphiteatres in Italy and Greece and other Mediterranean countries, that the Romans occupied. However, with its huge extension, it gives a deep impression. There are two gates, from where the beasts were let in - presumably lions. It is not pleasant to imagine the scene, but -with my knowledge at least - they didn't use them to "regulate" Christians.
    When I visited the Amphiteather a few days ago, it was closed. Fenced around, with big padlocks on the gates. The sign says workplace, and you aren't allowed to get in. On another poster, they let you know, that to let your dog in, is prohibited. There were two questions in my mind. One: if it's a workplace, how does it come, that there wasn't a single machine, not even a spade, yet not to mention, that there was no human activity at all. Question two: How can I take my dog in, when the place is fenced around, and the gates are locked? Through him in over the fence, and climb in after him? I like these sophisticated instructions. However, despite the unfortunate circumstances, it is worth visiting. If you go around the fence, you can actually see everything. They only rob you of the feeling of touch, and you can't go upstairs to the grandstand, to dream back yourself to almost 2000 years earlier times.
    The Amphiteather is just behind the Monument of the Katyn Martyrs- that I also recommend seeing - and can be reached too from Széll Kálmán square metro station with the No 17 tram. It has a stop at Katyn Martyrs park.
    Written November 12, 2017
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  • HelloNgan
    Bristol, UK4 contributions
    I went to several adventure parks before ( including multiple countries ) and this is far the best experience. It has challanges for everybody since they have 2 levels. Highly recommended. Price is easily affordable.
    Written June 18, 2019
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  • OZS_ATW
    Budapest, Hungary2,396 contributions
    This is a very nice garden in the downtown of Budapest very close to Astoria and Kalvin Square. It reminds me of the many gardens in London.
    It is very peaceful with nice historical building around it.
    Written November 19, 2020
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