Things to Do in Zugló

Top 10 Things to Do in Zugló, Budapest

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  • Christophe B
    Quebec City, Canada447 contributions
    If you are in Budapest for a few days, I highly recommend this great and grand square. Easily accessible by metro. The area is also home to many other attractions.
    Written January 17, 2023
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  • Bacho
    Krakow, Poland5 contributions
    Very pleasant and fairytale atmosphere. Of course many people, but not overcrowded what makes it a beautiful royal place to take a walk with your girlfriend or wife
    Written January 11, 2023
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  • Ioannis K
    Rethymnon, Greece64 contributions
    From the architectural perspective the zoo is very interesting although 150 years old. A layout created by leading Hungarian architects covering 45 acres and home to more than 1000 animals. From the botanical garden, I keep a good souvenir of the Japanese garden section.
    Written November 20, 2022
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  • Mr Andi
    5 contributions
    Such a large green park in the city.
    The park offers great walk paths and many things to see.
    I visited this park to see the statues there and especially the statue of the Albanian National Hero Gjergj Kastrioti - Skenderbej.

    At the time we visited the park on December there was a skiing place.
    Written January 1, 2023
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  • Raintree_Thailand
    Bangkok, Thailand3,299 contributions
    The museum is located adjacent to the Heroes Square and is a grand structure in its own right. We didn't have time to enjoy the exhibitions, but the building itself is a work of art.
    Written January 6, 2023
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  • CassimaSK
    Bicester, UK39 contributions
    One of the most outstanding statues in Budapest. When visiting The City Park and Vajdahunyad castle, very easy to find.
    Written January 6, 2023
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  • Bexx R
    Oldham, UK13 contributions
    Great sightseeing destination, we booked a full day ticket but a couple of hours was enough for us. The outdoor pool was the best but if the experience, would recommend doing! Definitely take own towels and slippers/flip flops
    Written January 29, 2023
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  • phat_dawg_21
    Alpharetta, GA13,073 contributions
    This massive monument serves as the backdrop to the Millennium Monument in Heroes Square. It depicts the Seven Tribes which joined to form the country of Hungary.
    Written September 27, 2022
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  • Traveltheorient
    San Antonio, TX522 contributions
    This is a museum with massive trains all over. I was able to see a "fordito korong"-ot that allows the trains to be redirected in a a relatively easy way. When I went to the museum it was the beginning of November, clearly not in season and there was hardly anyone there... The entrance ticket prices stay the same for the seniors, unless they are over 99 years old. (Really? )
    Written November 12, 2022
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  • georgea c
    Derby, UK5 contributions
    If you’re looking for a really good overview of the history of Hungary, this is the place! Although it says Agriculture Museum, it is much more than that. The timeline of Hungary (going back to the first settlement in the stone ages) was so informative and interesting without being too much information to take on board and much better than the one at Buda Castle; which focuses more on the history of the castle rather than the people. The actual agricultural section, laid out throughout the castle in the City Park, was better than expected but a little bit niche and the upstairs housed a record breaking amount of deer trophies and other taxidermied animals. This was personally not for me but the building was beautiful and the park around it was lovely. The museum also had a cellar in which the wine making process through the ages was explained. Seeing the machinery was lovely and it was very interesting to look at however the information did not have translated plaques in this section.
    I think it is worth the visit solely for the history and visuals and would say to go.
    Written July 19, 2022
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  • Zu1
    Dunajska Streda, Slovakia31 contributions
    Nice place, we had a nice weather, a lot of nice walking places and museums around. i recommend this place
    Written January 8, 2023
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  • lma1981
    Kingston-upon-Hull, UK44 contributions
    We booked the beer spa and Lukas baths online for my birthday.
    On arrival, we were greeted by a very lovely lady who showed us how to open our lockers in Lukas baths and how to use the bands etc. she also gave us a brief tour. We were then changed and shown to our beer spa. She explained the ingredients and asked if our water temp was fine. Nothing was too much trouble. We enjoyed 45 mins with non stop beer, they changed the barrel but informed us of this. Water temp can be altered at any point if needed. Pretzels were offered but we didn’t have them. There was also a water tap. It was a brilliant experience and I enjoyed it a lot. After the 45 mins we were informed it was over and we went to the spa. The baths are separated by screens for privacy for couples. My silver jewellery tarnished in the water but cleaned up ok-I’d recommend removing. All in all a great experience.
    Written January 2, 2023
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  • Traveltheorient
    San Antonio, TX522 contributions
    The Mucsarnok is a beautiful art museum on the Hero's Square. It is a neo-classical building inside and out. My absolute favorite part was the "Garden of Philosophy" exhibit. It is an eight-figure sculpture placed at the focus of the exhibition. The sculptures were 3-D printed!
    Written October 29, 2022
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  • TheShis
    Tel Aviv, Israel38,232 contributions
    We were fortunate enough to enjoy a wonderful concert at this arena in February 2020, just prior to Covid-19 making it impossible.
    The arena was very well organized for the concert, with quick queues and fantastic acoustics.
    Written September 13, 2020
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  • ristomajuri
    Helsinki, Finland77 contributions
    There is a lot to see, especially the trains and railways of Hungary are well presented. There are also other exhibitions, and a small car museum concentrated on cars manufactured in Hungary or otherwise significant to the country.

    More information could be in English, now there was a a lot of info only in Hungarian.

    Ticket prices were ridiculously low, like €2-3.
    Written July 30, 2015
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