Things to Do in Óbuda-Békásmegyer

Top 10 Things to Do in Óbuda-Békásmegyer, Budapest

Top Things to Do in Óbuda-Békásmegyer

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  • tamas k
    2 contributions
    Best thing to do if you like chilling in an amazing thermal bath in the middle of a beautiful park which is actually on an island . Also cures your little health issues if you go more than once
    Written October 16, 2022
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  • SigiL
    Villers-la-ville, Belgium624 contributions
    Great museum eventhough slightly out of the way. Definitely worth the trip, and you’re pretty much on your own. Don’t hesitate!
    Written March 3, 2022
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  • KK
    Copenhagen, Denmark227 contributions
    Interesting museum, about the old Roman settlement ruins next to the Sziget island. It has a small indoor museum with different artifacts from the ruins, and a larger outdoor one with larger objects. There are various information signs around the area, that explain what type of building the ruin once was.
    It is worth spending a few hours. There is a children offer at the last Sunday of each month at a reduced price. Check out their own website for updated info.
    Written April 30, 2022
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  • David C
    2 contributions
    I paid 12 euro for a burger, very well mannered lot compared to going to something like this in Ireland, no trouble and felt really safe, got to dance some folk music with friendly people, one tent it felt a bit stripper vibes at one point. Crowd didn't loose it for artic monkeys big tunes.
    Written August 16, 2022
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  • Jamop M
    2 contributions
    Fantastic little museum, not known to the masses.
    I had seen some of Imre Varga's work before and loved it eg. The Tree of life at the Synagoge.

    I arrived 1½ hour before closing time, and there where no other guest than me.
    One of the custodians guided me around for all of the 1½ hour, with explainations of each sculpture with no extra cost. He was really dedicated to his work!

    Take the time to visit this little museum with some interesting works of Imre Varga.
    Written September 26, 2022
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  • HealdGreenForever
    Slovakia297 contributions
    Who would've thought a museum with a rather stuffy-sounding name such as (the) Museum of Trade and Tourism would be so fun?

    We particularly loved the reconstruction of a communist-era shop: my husband was born in the dying days of those times, and he confirmed the accuracy of the display.
    Written February 11, 2019
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  • HealdGreenForever
    Slovakia297 contributions
    Kiscelli Museum is set in a beautiful building in a leafy courtyard, a short distance from Budapest's city centre. We enjoyed getting out of the craziness and into a more normal, lived in part of the city as we journeyed on the tram.

    What was particularly interesting for us were the old guild and shop signs, however the content of the museum is varied and, at some points, unexpected (as a few rooms also house art exhibitions and displays).
    Written February 11, 2019
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  • Michael-4551
    Caloundra, Australia5,002 contributions
    Visited on Sunday 8th October. We were on a guided tour and our tour guide took us for a walk around this very historic area of the city. Not to be missed, just make sure you allow yourself enough time to see everything there.
    Written January 26, 2018
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  • Kratochwill Tamas
    Budapest, Hungary346 contributions
    If you ever come to Bp you must take a visit to “Római Part”. It is a little bit far away from the center but if the weather is good and you want to have a little rest from the busy city visit this place. There are a lot of small restaurat where you can eat fish, chicken and some other tipical hungarian food. There are a lot of place where you can drink or eat an icecream. The place is just next to the Danube and you can go down to the coast. It is wort to come to this place.
    Written September 22, 2019
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  • paulavicky
    Northampton, UK27 contributions
    We were recommended to visit here by dome friends who had previously been. Really enjoyed the day lots to see however we couldn't find the bat cave or bears😕. Great for kids too as the have a petting area. Price worked out at around £14 for both of us and food and drink was reasonably priced.
    Written September 26, 2015
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  • karthik0410
    Mumbai, India409 contributions
    In one of the quiet lanes of Buda is a Ferrenc Puskás Statue, where he shows young kids his special mastery of the ball. I think all the statues are made of bronze. A cool way to honour the footballing great.
    Written August 22, 2016
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  • Zoltan G
    Budapest, Hungary1 contribution
    Perfect outdoors event for the whole family in a very nice environment. Danube and the Római part is close to the site with playgrounds and lot of fun even for the small ones.
    Written March 28, 2018
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  • Helma S
    18 contributions
    Great experience for the whole family. Leurning about how to make fabrics, colors, design and weaving. Children can make their own stamp. Special is the different machines, jaquard machines for lurex fabrics. The builiding is rebuilded and looks so beautiful. Really helpfull staff.
    Written July 12, 2020
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