Parks and gardens

Category: Parks and gardens

Budapest is a city that boasts not only architectural marvels but also a plethora of green spaces, offering visitors an opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy the tranquility of nature. The City Park, located in Pest, is one of the largest parks in Budapest and is home to varieties of flora and fauna. The park is home to some of the city’s most iconic landmarks, including Vajdahunyad Castle, Budapest Zoo, and Széchenyi Baths, one of the largest thermal baths in Europe. Margaret Island, located in the middle of the Danube River, is another popular park known for its breathtaking beauty and peaceful atmosphere. The island boasts landscaped gardens, jogging trails, and bike paths. Additionally, the island has numerous attractions, such as the famous Water Tower, an open-air theater, and a musical fountain show. Gellért Hill, situated next to the Danube River, is a popular destination for tourists and locals, offering stunning views of Budapest. The hill features a unique mixture of natural and man-made attractions, including a statue garden, a cave church, and the Citadel, a fortress built by the Habsburgs. Other notable parks and gardens in Budapest include the Károlyi Garden, the Botanical Garden, and the Garden of Philosophy. Whether you’re looking to relax or explore, Budapest’s parks and gardens offer an excellent opportunity to recharge and connect with nature. Visit this page for all categories of Budapest attractions.

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City Park (Városliget)
1146 Budapest, Paál László út
Margaret Island (Margitsziget)
1007 Budapest, Soó Rezső sétány
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Kopaszi Dam (Kopaszi gát)
1117 Budapest, Kopaszi gát
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Orczy Park
1089 Budapest, Ludovika Campus körút
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1101 Budapest, Üllői út
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Feneketlen Lake (Feneketlen tó)
1114 Budapest, Bartók Béla út
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Károlyi Garden (Károlyi kert)
1053 Budapest, Henszlmann Imre utca
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1083 Budapest, Illés utca 25.
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