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Lugares emblemáticos en Budapest

Museos de arte

Museum
“The museum offers a chronological walk through Hungarian history, archaeological, historical and ethnic relics. The temporary exhibitions recently featured the controversial Seuso Treasure of silverware from the late Roman era. ”
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Museo de arte
“It is the largest public collection documenting and presenting the rise and development of the fine arts in Hungary”
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Museo de arte
“The millenary session of the Hungarian Parliament in 1896 passed a law whereby art collections previously held in different institutions were to be unified and placed in the newly-established Museum of Fine Arts. On the basis of a competitive tender, Albert Schickedanz and Fülöp Herzog were commissioned to design and construct the building, which opened in 1906. The gallery displaying original paintings was placed in the first floor halls of the neo-classical building; however, only plaster casts were available to illustrate a complete history of European sculpture. It was for these life-size copy sculptures that the Doric, Ionic, Romanesque, Renaissance and Baroque halls on the ground floor were designed, imitating the styles of individual periods of art history. However, as the number of original works increased, so the plaster sculptures were forced out of the building (the only one remaining, a copy of the group in the pediment of the temple of Zeus at Olympia, can be seen on the tympanum above the Museum's main entrance), and the ground floor galleries are now also used to display original works of art. On the ground floor are the exhibitions of the Classical Antiquities and of 19th century paintings and sculptures; the Renaissance hall, where in addition to Renaissance frescoes and fountains items from the Sculpture Collection may be seen; the Prints and Drawings Gallery with temporary exhibitions; and the Marble and Baroque halls. ”
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Museo de arte
“Museum Ludwig, houses a collection of modern art. It includes works from Pop Art, Abstract and Surrealism.”
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Museo de arte
“Funny, though, but called by a German name in English, Kunsthalle (Műcsarnok in Hungarian, in English it would be Art Gallery) was established at the end of the 19th century together with Heroes' Square and its surroundings for the ever most special occasion, for the 1000-year-existance of the Hungarian state. It has been the centre of Hungarian and international contemporary fine art and visual culture. Excellent, interesting contemporary exhibitions in a stunning historical building next to a must see sight, well, due to our opinion you should not miss this. However entrance fee is reasonable visiting Art Gallery with Budapest Card is friendlier.”
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Entretenimiento general
“Extraordinary exhibition where you can see our world through the eyes of the blind - guided by a blind person. ”
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Museo de arte
“Have or haven't heard his name, I bet you all know his artwork entitled 'Zebra' created in 1930, one of the best and earliest examples of optical art that Victor Vasarely is the father of. He developed geometric abstract art and kinetic images that give you moving impression depending on the viewpoint. Get to know the life and artwork of this outstanding Hungarian painter in the permanent exhibition and don't miss the chance to see their temporary shows.”
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Museo de arte
“Get to know more about Hungarian Avant-garde through the life and artworks of Lajos Kassák, leading figure of this style and era. Works of art, publications and manuscripts form the basis of the collection that is put on show. His artistic activity responses to social and political challenges of his time. If you decided to visit Old Buda, it is worth to add Kassák Museum to your must visit list.”
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Museos históricos

Synagogue
“Opened in 1859, Budapest’s Great Synagogue is Europe’s largest place of Jewish worship (and the second biggest in the world). The stunning architecture and interior décor is worth the trip alone, but a visit to the Great Synagogue (aka Tabakgasse Synagogue) also aims to guide visitors through the history of Jews in Hungary. Inside you’ll find the Hungarian Jewish Museum & Archives, as well as the Holocaust Tree of Life Memorial.”
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History Museum
“Museum documenting the effect of the Nazi and Soviet regimes in Hungary, and memorial to victims.”
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History Museum
“You can visit the Rock nuclear bunker museum, a unique and interesting presentation of a hospital and shelter during WW2 in the cave system under the Buda Castle.”
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History Museum
“The Holocaust Memorial Center is a renovated synagogue that dates back to the 1920s and serves as a memorial and museum for and about Hungarian Jews that were murdered in The Holocaust. While largely focused on Jews, the museum also mentions the discrimination and killings of Gypsies, homosexuals, and the disabled. It is located in Budapest, Hungary. The Holocaust Memorial Center is a former synagogue, the Páva Synagogue, at 39 Páva Utca, Budapest. It is a national institution established by the Government in 1999 and renovated and opened as the memorial and museum in 2004. It is the first Holocaust Memorial Center in Central Europe founded by state. The museum was designed by architect István Mányi and Attila Gáti. Architecturally, the building is asymmetrical. A set of stairs lead visitors to the exhibitions, meant to "symbolize the distorted and twisted time of The Holocaust." There are permanent and temporary exhibits, and a research center. The research center offers people to search for their family member and have the chance to add to the list of names, increasing their database.”
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Jardín de esculturas
“42 gigantic propaganda statues from the previous political era, a public graveyard where visitors can get an idea about what everyday life was look like during the communist period in Hungary. Memento Park has four different sections: Statue Park is the open air collection, Stalin's Grandstand stands over Witness Square on the side of which there's a barracks museum with two photo exhibitions and a movie show about top events of the communist era. Open every day from 10 until dusk. Memento Park was the first collection of its kind called into life in the previous Eastern Block. Check out our offers in Experiences, we have a Trabant Tour combined with visit to Memento Park. ”
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History Museum
“Nice park on Gellért Hill in the heart of Buda. Ideal for a daytime picnic.”
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History Museum
“The museum is in the Castle where it is worth taking a walk and enjoying the magnificent view as well as the stunning touristic sights in the castle.”
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History Museum
“Displays on national military history from the Magyar conquest to the 20th century, with tours.”
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Miradores panorámicos

Sitio histórico
“The Citadel, which sits atop Gellert Hill, was constructed by the Hapsburgs following the failed Hungarian War of Independence. It was thought that its prime strategic position would make it easy to control both Buda and Pest, should any future uprisings occur. Troops were stationed at the Citadel until 1897. Soviet forces once again used the fortress to control the city during the 1956 Hungarian Revolution, and tanks which were situated there fired down on the city. The Citadel now houses a restaurant, a hotel and a museum.”
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Mirador
“Although the Fisherman’s Bastion looks like a medieval monument, it was actually built in the early 20th century in a neo-Gothic style, specifically to act as a panoramic viewing platform across the Danube, Margaret Island and Pest. It is named after the Guild of Fishermen, which was responsible for defending that stretch of the city walls during the Middle Ages. The seven towers of the Bastion represent the seven Magyar tribes that helped to settle the Magyar people in the Carpathian Basin. Come at sunset to see a particularly beautiful view of the city.”
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Mirador
“Pest-side pedestrian zone between Chain Bridge and Elizabeth Bridge is called Danube Promenade (Duna-korzó). Popular among locals and tourists, fringed with 5-star hotels (InterContinental, Marriott, Sofitel), restaurants, cafés, bars and casinos. Best panorama of Buda with clear and gorgeous view of the Buda Castle, Citadel, Gellért Hill and bridges of Budapest. It is a great spot for enjoying the annual fireworks of 20 August. The Promenade is lined with arts masterpieces, like the "Kiskirálylány" (Princess) sitting on the railing, the building of the Vigadó and the statue of the statesman István Széchenyi by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.”
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Sitio histórico
“You can see a key on the hanger. It opens the front door to the Mecset street. (You find the corridor to it on the left of your entrance door.) Mecset street is where your windows open to. There is a hanging garden of Gül Baba, an ottoman dervish, whose tomb is upstairs. You have a nice panoramic view to Budapest as well from there.”
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Mirador
“After some niiice hiking, amazing view over the city. if you spend many days here you should go up to the lookout! it is as romantic as pretty woman played backwards. anyway this is the highest point of budapest (527 meters) as well. in clear weather you can see asfar as 8O km away.”
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Mirador
“The Bálna Terrace is the site located in the Bálna Promenade, one of the most dynamically developing meeting points of Budapest, bustling with both locals and visitors every day of the week. You can have some meal or just a drink enjoying a beautiful view of Buda side.”
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Mirador
“Great viewpoint on the top of the Buda Hills. Excursion here can be combined with Chairlift and / or Children's Railway.”
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Parque
“The Szemlő-hegyi Cave is Budapest's underground flower garden. The most beautiful and most typical parts of the cave can be observed during the guided tours on the 300 metre long tourist path. You can see walls covered with thick layers of mineral deposits that are unique in Europe: splendent, white crystals of gypsum, popcorn formations and calcite rafts. The comfortable and safe pavements and the modern electric lighting make the tour even more enjoyable. Thanks to the clean, dust and allergen-free air of the cave respiratory diseases have been successfully cured here. OPEN: every day except for Tuesday from 10am to 4pm.”
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Sitios históricos

Capitol Building
“The Hungarian Parliament Building, which was designed and built in the Gothic Revival style, is one of the largest buildings in Hungary, and is home to hundreds of parliamentary offices. Although the impressive building looks fantastic from every angle, to see the whole building in its full glory, it is worth viewing it from the other side of the Danube. Tours of certain areas of the building are available daily, and run in different languages. You will need identification to get in, and your bag may be searched on entry.”
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Synagogue
“Opened in 1859, Budapest’s Great Synagogue is Europe’s largest place of Jewish worship (and the second biggest in the world). The stunning architecture and interior décor is worth the trip alone, but a visit to the Great Synagogue (aka Tabakgasse Synagogue) also aims to guide visitors through the history of Jews in Hungary. Inside you’ll find the Hungarian Jewish Museum & Archives, as well as the Holocaust Tree of Life Memorial.”
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Iglesia
“The largest church in Budapest, which can hold up to 8,500 people and is one of Hungary’s most iconic structures. The mummified right hand of the patron saint of the church and first king of Hungary, St Stephen, is kept in a glass case to the left of the main altar. And if that doesn’t turn you on, just check out all that monumental neoclassical architecture. The Basilica’s star feature is the 96-metre-high dome, lined on the inside with ornate religious reliefs. Once you’ve had a little wander, why not take in the impressive views from the cupola?”
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Plaza
“●Heroes’ Square ○The city’s biggest square, and probably one of the most iconic landmarks of Budapest. ”
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Sitio histórico
“The Citadel, which sits atop Gellert Hill, was constructed by the Hapsburgs following the failed Hungarian War of Independence. It was thought that its prime strategic position would make it easy to control both Buda and Pest, should any future uprisings occur. Troops were stationed at the Citadel until 1897. Soviet forces once again used the fortress to control the city during the 1956 Hungarian Revolution, and tanks which were situated there fired down on the city. The Citadel now houses a restaurant, a hotel and a museum.”
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Mirador
“Although the Fisherman’s Bastion looks like a medieval monument, it was actually built in the early 20th century in a neo-Gothic style, specifically to act as a panoramic viewing platform across the Danube, Margaret Island and Pest. It is named after the Guild of Fishermen, which was responsible for defending that stretch of the city walls during the Middle Ages. The seven towers of the Bastion represent the seven Magyar tribes that helped to settle the Magyar people in the Carpathian Basin. Come at sunset to see a particularly beautiful view of the city.”
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Plaza
“i love hösok tere, even if there are always many people its very monumental and close to the beautiful park, also you can walk down famous andrassy utca but also take the very first metro of budapest, the number 1 its cute and small and very interesting”
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Castillo
“Vajdahunyad Castle is one of the romantic castles in Budapest, Hungary, located in the City Park by the boating lake / skating rink. The castle, despite all appearances, was built in 1896, and is in fact a fantasy pastiche showcasing the architectural evolution through centuries and styles in Hungary. The castle is the home of several festivals, concerts and the exhibitions of the Hungarian Agricultural Museum.”
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Bibliotecas

Galería de arte
“A two story photography exhibition space. We recommend to check what the current exhibitions are.”
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Library
“The incredible Szabo Ervin Library in Budapest is a hidden treasure, left out of guidebooks, tucked into a busy section of the city. But for those in the know, the Szabo Ervin Library is a stunning step back to a time when libraries were like mansions - perhaps that’s because it’s in one. While it can be a confusing process to find the Central Library in the maze-like modern section of the library, once you do, all that is left is to pick out a beautiful old book, sink back into a deep leather chair, surrounded by the soft light of chandeliers, and relax like a 19th century Hungarian artistocrat.”
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Library
“The fastest way to get to the Castle without walking on the steps is the Fast Elevator of the Szécheny Library. The fee is 200 HUF.”
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Language School
“Goethe-Institute is right next to your door. If you have business here we might be your best bet ;)”
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Library
“The Geological Museum of Budapest is the main museum of geology in Hungary. The building was originally the home of the Hungarian Geological Society. The building was designed by Ödön Lechner in 1896. It still houses the Geological Institute of Hungary.”
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Universidad y escuela superior
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History Museum
Library
“Besides the beautifully printed old Bibles the museum also gives an insight into the background of the origin of the Book”
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