Budapest has one of the oldest and interesting caves which are located near the Buda castle (Budai Var), and locals call it The Labyrinth.
These catacombs have appeared few million years ago. The length is 1200 meters and the depth is 16 meters. Many years in row, the caves were connected with underground passageways, which in turn have resulted in labyrinth-like structure.
These caves were used as wine-cellars, military warehouses and wartime jails.
Today, the Buda Labyrinth is a museum and it is open to the visitors. You can also find an room with historic mannequins and clothes.
Address: Úri utca 9
Opening hours: 10:00 – 19:00
Tickets: 2500 HUF.
Solo tendone permanente d'Europa ha tutto quello che ci si aspetta da un circo, tra cui acrobati, grandi felini e temerari a cavallo. Le prestazioni sono di solito a 03:00 Mercoledì alla Domenica, con spettacoli supplementari a 11:00 e 07:00 il Sabato e la Domenica alle ore 11, ma chiamare in anticipo o controllare il sito web.
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Budapest is most famous for its unmatched panorama, however the Hungarian capital has also been referred to as a city of surprises in the last couple of years. The reason – apart from its historical building- and natural heritage – being that Budapest offers exciting, wide-ranging programs for its guests throughout the whole year.
For more information: http://eng.szabadter.hu/
Il Parlamento di Budapest è il simbolo della città ungherese ed una delle mete turistiche più famose del paese. Si trova sulla sponda del Danubio dalla parte di Pest. Si tratta di un classico esempio di architettura neogotica, ma a sviluppo orizzontale ed integrata da elementi architettonici di altri stili.
Il nuovo blocco di intrattenimento Budapest, Gozsdu Courtyard si trova nel cuore del quartiere ebraico, recentemente rinnovato della città ed è diventato un favorito per la notte bar hopping e la destinazione della vita. Passeggiando tra Dob di strada e negozi di design di via Király, Gozsdu comprende una serie di cortili comunicanti circondato da balconi delle case ed è stato costruito nel XX secolo. Era una volta case e case popolari workshop, campi da gioco a far parte del ghetto ebraico durante la seconda guerra mondiale, migliaia di ebrei imprigionati qui. Il complesso è stato dato un lifting nel 2009 e glamour sta sfiorando positivamente con eleganti caffè, bar e ristoranti con cucina internazionale a Thai Yiddish; si tratta di un hotspot della città e nelle sere d'estate vi è una fuoriuscita di folle.
Europe’s largest ice-skating rink is located at the edge of the City Park, enclosed between Heroes’ Square and Vajdahunyad Castle. This is the second such establishment in Europe, built in 1926, shortly after the construction of the one in Vienna, Austria. In the wintertime, a continuous, 12,000 m2 large ice surface is generated by special machinery underneath the lake. From spring until autumn, various cultural and recreational events await visitors. In the summertime, the area is usually filled up with water, and boats can be rented. During the last few years, however, the lake remained dry; this is because the water corroded a part of the cooling system, and it needs to be repaired before the lake can be filled up with water again.
For more information visit: http://www.mujegpalya.hu/en
The Hospital in the Rock (Hungarian: Sziklakórház) is the name given to a hospital created in the caverns under Buda Castle inBudapest in the 1930s, in preparation for the Second World War.
In the 1930s, the hospital system was connected to the main tunnel system by manual labour. The main system had been in use by various inhabitants of the castle for many years, and was said to have been part of a penal system in centuries past.
The hospital saw its most heavy use during the 1944–45 Siege of Budapest, where it processed the wounded and the dead. The dead were sent out of the hospital at night and buried in bomb craters. The hospital was without food or medicine for some points during the siege, with hospital staff having to recycle supplies by taking them from corpses and sterilizing them before reuse. Eventually, horses were brought in and killed at the facility for food. The facility was designed to treat 60–70 patients, but at one point it was being used to treat 600 wounded soldiers.
After the siege, the hospital was only used once more in 1956 in response to the uprising against the Soviet rule. After that, the hospital was repurposed as a nuclear bunker, but one dedicated to keeping 200 doctors and nurses safe and available to treat the wounded. Nobody ever took up residence in the bunker, except for a caretaker and his wife. Because of this, the hospital museum now has a collection of anti-radiation kits, as well as some Soviet spying equipment, on display.
In recent times, the hospital has been made into a museum, complete with waxwork recreations of hospital treatments and day-to-day scenarios during the siege. Access to the museum is limited to guided tours.Old equipment that was left over from its operational days is available for sale, including stretchers and civil protection uniforms.
For more information visit: http://www.sziklakorhaz.eu/en
LO SPIRITO E LE STATUE DELLA DITTATURA COMUNISTA
Il Parco Memento, noto anche come il Scultura Budapest Museum Outdoor Park Museum, centro di Budapest, a 30 minuti di autobus, che si occupa con i ricordi della presentazione periodo comunista. Si tratta di una mostra storica nei 42 anni di statue socialismo ha scoperto che dopo il cambio di sistema politico nel 1989-90 rimosso dalle strade di Budapest. L'szoborparkkal edificio costituito contro il tribuno Stalin.
Il XIII Tropicarium Budapest. situato nel quartiere. Il 26 maggio 2000, ha aperto le sue porte in una delle più grande acquario marino d'Europa centrale sta mostrando quasi 3000 m2 situato Tropicarium-Oceanarium.
Lo zoo presenta il mondo dei pesci d'acqua dolce, tra cui fauna domestica, la flora e la fauna dei tropici e l'incredibile ricchezza dei mari pure. Centinaia di specie 8 camera ha una splendida vista.