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Best things to do in Budapest

“Within a few minutes walk you can reach the Jewish Quarter and take a tour of Europe's largest synagogue. The synagogue offers guided tours in several languages and can be studied with the history of the place. The place combines both beauty and power. At evening/night you can stroll the nearby streets and enjoy the beauty. warmly recommended.”
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History Museum
“Very special, shocking and a little sad historical exhibition. It is not just a museum where you can see pictures. Not recommended for little child.”
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“The Hungarian National Museum collects, preserves and presents the historical relics of the Carpathian Basin and Hungary since 1802.”
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“The once famous Medieval palace, built from the 13th to the 16th century, has a varied history. The original castle was destroyed during the liberation of Buda from the Turks and then it was replaced with a smaller Baroque palace in the 18th century. Today, the Royal Palace is home to the Hungarian National Gallery, the Budapest History Museum and the National Library.”
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“Castle and moat next to the central park. A great and accessible relief from modern buildings and streets.”
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Museo de arte
“MNG is always up to bring us the best of art (previously: Frida Kahlo, Van Gogh, Qi Baishi, Impressionists, Surrealists etc.). Located in the spectacular Buda Castle, visiting a gallery is a must once you are up there. Fiars, arts'n crafts, food and wine festivals are often located next to the museum, which in itself makes a whole day program for your stay.”
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“Great concert venue offering very affordable prices for world class performances. An added bonus is that the Ludwig Museum is located in the same building and you can visit the museum for free with a concert ticket.”
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“UPDATE: The museum closed in the fall of 2017 to start the full reconstruction and expansion and will possibly reopen in 2022. The building of the Museum of Applied Arts (Iparművészeti Múzeum) is one of the finest examples of Hungarian Art-Nouveau architecture. Its Zsolnay porcelain tiles are reminiscent of Islamic and Hindu architecture. Its interior on the other hand, is pure white, blending various architectural styles. In addition to the permanent exhibition of Hungarian craftsmanship and artwork, the building hosts numerous design events and temporary modern exhibitions as well. ”
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“The Budapest Hall of Art or Palace of Art, is a contemporary art museum and a historic building.”
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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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Sala de conciertos
“From May to September, it will welcome you with concerts and an after party. Outdoor, with 3 venues to choose from in 3 styles of music to dance until dawn.”
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Galería de arte
“It is a best contemporary theatre in the city and personally my favourite theatre :).”
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“It looks at the culture, traditions and life of the Hungarian peasantry from the end of the 18th century to WWI. Beautiful building. ”
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Theme Park
“Miniversum is a beautifully detailed and decorated train universe featuring the greatest sights and landmarks you can find in Budapest and the Hungarian countryside as well as parts of Austria and Germany - all scaled to 1:100 of its original size. Programs: - Playhouse, - Behind the scenes tours Open: Every day: 10.00-18.00 School holiday: 10.00-19.00”
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Galería de arte
“Hungarian House of Photography - Mai Mano House. Visit for a good, authentic or contemporary exhibition!”
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History Museum
“Time travel to the hell of the XX. century under the Buda Castle. Let's visit a II. world war hospital and a former secret nuclear bunker. Underground time travel. Open every day.”
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