Knight’s Tournaments in Visegrad

This medieval programme is organized all year long, and performed by the Saint George Knightly Order in the open air theatre of the Lower Castle in Visegrád, next to the Solomon Tower. Visegrad is less, then one hour drive from Budapest, and you can enjoy this fantastic show on our tour 'Danube Bend - Day Trip [...]
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Roman Budapest – Aquincum

Roman legions arrived to the present territory of Hungary about 10 AC, and settled western Hungary, using the line of river Danube as border. They called the newly conquered lands Pannonia Inferor, which soon became a prosperous colony. The once upon a time  'capital' of Pannonia was Aquincum - named after the many hotspring outbursting [...]
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Military Museum Budapest

Founded in 1918 this museum also does a good job with uniforms, medals, flags and battle-themed fine art. Exhibits focus particularly on the 1848–49 War of Independence, the Hungarian Royal Army under the command of Admiral Miklós Horthy (1918–43), and the Uprise of 1956.  Its main attractions include a remarkable collection of historical weaponry from before [...]
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Transport Museum, Budapest

The site of today’s museum was built in 1896 as the “Transportation Hall” for the Milleneum Exhibition. Three years later the Royal Hungarian Transport Museum was opened in the same building. Unfortunately in WWII the museum suffered serious damages, – only about one third of the exhibits were spared. The building was restored in a […]


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Budapest Zoo

Budapest Zoo was founded in 1866, as the 12th zoo of the world as a private institution.  Almost from the beginning the animals were held according to their natural habitats, not in cages. Besides Hungarian species the zoo housed several rare species of monkeys, lemurs, parrots, camels, kangaroos and other special animals. It had neither lions, [...]
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The world’s only Marzipan Museum near Budapest

The workshops and knowledge of two great figures in the history of the Hungarian confectionery industry - Matyas Szamos and Karoly Szabo - were united here, in Szentendre, when the jointly operated shop opened its gates.  Marzipan Museum is a colorful exhibition made entirely out of marzipan. One room is dedicated entirely to Hungarian artifaccts, [...]
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Room Escape Game in Budapest

These world-famous challenges are for those who dare to break out of locked rooms using only logic puzzles and by solving a labyrinth of tasks. While this sensation has been around since 2011, the number and styles of room escape adventures are on the rise also in Budapest. Whether on the trail of a serial [...]
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Challengeland Adventure Park, Budapest

Challengeland, an acrobatic adventure park, which is about a ten-minute walk away from Normafa, end terminal of Budapest's Cogwheel rail. Upon arrival all guests get carabiners, helmets and a crash course, and right after the mission starts; to get from one tree to the other. Challengeland  offers several zip-lines, from short and low, indented for [...]
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Szamos Chocolate Museum and Coffee, Budapest

Most people had childhood dreams of visiting a chocolate factory one day. Szamos is open to anyone, who would like to learn or be involved in the exciting world of chocolate manufacturing. The traditional cakes, marzipans, and smaller confectioneries of Szamos are well known and loved throughout the country, and the family has been operating the [...]
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Adventure, wawebath and surf… that is Palatinus bath on the Margaretisland

The Palatinus Open-Air Bath, located o­n the Margit island, in a nature conservation area, was opened as a beach o­n the bank of the Danube in 1919. Its pools are supplied by the thermal springs of the Margit Island. This was the first open-air bath of Budapest. Palatinus bath is equipped with a wave-bath pool [...]
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