Countless castles have been built during the history of Hungary, among which many no longer exist, or have only been left in ruins. But there are some that have been restored and the stories of the heroes of the old days come alive.But there are castles in whose miniature version children themselves can be heroes and adults can play with the model version.In addition, the visitor can admire Castle Park, which has been awarded twice with the Guinness Records Certificate and where 38 castles were known.Dinnyés Castle Park, next to Lake Velencei, features historic medieval castles in Hungary - in miniature. Although they are models, but not in the traditional way. Their curiosity is that they are loyal to the material and that their location is as it really was in due time. In the park of "rescue of the castle" there are buildings that no longer exist or are in a very ruined state. The models were made of stone, wood, brick, and every little detail is made from the windowsill to the door hinge. The park currently exhibits 38 castle models and, in 2018, was once again recognized by the Guinness Records as the world's largest exhibition of castle models.
The doors, parts of the house and firewalls painted by the street artists give a rather stunning downtown street feel. The most important of these wall paintings is the work on the wall of Dob Street, number 4 that commemorates the Angel of Budapest. Ángel Sanz Briz, a Spanish diplomat, served in Budapest during the time of the emergency. According to sources, he helped thousands of Jews by issuing Spanish passports after the German occupation. He even rented houses for the persecuted to save them.Budapest is full of exciting street art like the one above. One such iconic door is the suggestive entrance gate on Kazinczy Street, where you can see the work of V O I D.The colorful and monumental creations of the street art of the "Colorful City" and "Neopain" give the city a unique and lively atmosphere.The firewall on Garay Street, reminiscent of Miksa Róth's glass painter, is eye-catching. But also the toucan on Kádár Street is a very special piece, which gives the area a little jungle feel.The works of art listed here are only fragments of the hidden treasures we find in the streets of Budapest when it comes to street art.
If visitors to Budapest have their eyes open for specialties in the Hungarian capital, they will discover some very eye-catching nooks and crannies that will make them feel like they have just entered a storybook.These include secret gardens and patios often hidden from the eyes of passers-by.The exciting thing about them is that at first glance, you hardly see anything. Perhaps we can only observe what is inside through a fence.These include patios left by the residents in their naturalness, and ones that have been created with the help of an expert. There were gardens where the inhabitants of the house planted trees and bushes, where they planted flowers themselves and took care of a small oasis that had developed there for decades.We can also have such a fantastic experience, such as a visit to one of the gardens of the Bauhaus farm on Napraforgó Street. Or when we find a special garden on Svábhegy.You can also find magical secret gardens by walking down the steps of the Castle.The Pavillon de Paris garden on Main Street is also beautiful every season.
The four-star boutique hotel will open its doors on April 1st on the Belgrade Quay, with a conference room for 200 people and a restaurant serving tapas dishes. It has 82 rooms, 10 luxury panoramic apartments that overlook the Danube, a large capacity conference room and a small wellness area.Its light elegance, high-quality tapas dishes and fine wines make it a popular meeting place for domestic and foreign guests.
The Amazing Metal Art Gallery features iconic movie and cartoon characters.The Amazing Metal Art Gallery, where little Alien is seen in the shop window and the Predator at the entrance, is mainly for sci-fi fans and, secondly, for sculpture enthusiasts, but steampunk lovers will not be disappointed either or people who like the work of HR Giger. The exhibition of unique sculptures opened at the end of last year.The creators intend to dedicate the exhibition to the target audience that loves amazing things and novelties. For movie lovers.
The Amusement Park of the Future is an unprecedented form of entertainment in Hungary, where we can be explorers, action heroes or even enter our favorite characters.The modern and cool entertainment center awaits you with 5 themed spaces, where everyone between the ages of 10 and 99 can find fun to play. VR Amusement Park offers a unique adventure series where everything is possible, where we enter into an exciting movie that we become an active character.Hungary's first and Europe's largest virtual reality adventure park is a three-dimensional space complex set up for this purpose, where we traverse space and time in the spooky realm of the Egyptian underworld, populated by demons and monsters. Then we suddenly jump back 200 million years as we dip into the diverse world of dinosaurs. The Amusement Park of the Future also offers opportunities where we can compete with each other, fight zombies together, or roam a virtual roller coaster between heaven and earth. But you will also find VR experiences in the park's most popular video games, such as. Assassin's Creed, or Angry birds. And if you want rest in the midst of a virtual experience, you can travel to the culinary delights of the Space Cafe with its special atmosphere.
Discount airline Wizz Air announced the launch of direct flights from Budapest to Santander, starting June 2, increasing the number of Spanish destinations in the airlineʼs network to nine.Wizz Air operates twice a week during the summer season.The eight Spanish cities to which the airline operates from Budapest are Santander, Madrid, Barcelona, Castello, Alicante, Malaga, Ibiza, Palma de Mallorca and Tenerife (TFS).
Twentysix Budapest's newest, unique gastronomic complex, full of plants in the heart of downtown, a very green, botanical space where the philosophy of nature and responsible hospitality meets and comes to life in various spaces: GARDEN ° - Mediterranean, SHOP ° - Gourmet Delicatessen shop, STUDIO ° - yoga studio and HOUSE ° - apartment studio and meeting room. Always 26 ° in Budapest's greenest garden, with no seasons, just the real Mediterranean summer, every day of the year. A place where nature, gastronomy and consciousness meet.Whoever turns around here will remember forever the special atmosphere of 34 jungle plant species, including banana tree, ficus, begonium and centaur palm, spread over a total of 1,800 square meters, and will be organized around four separate community spaces . The goal is to create harmony within the city, between nature, gastronomy and conscious living, and to create a living space where everything is about sharing and community.
This year is a total success for Budapest from the tourist point of view as it had the privilege of bagging two very prestigious awards. One of this awards is European Best Destinations that puts one of the most Christmas votes in our hands: Budapest has upset Tallinn this 2019. And the other is the "Best European Destination".The best European Christmas markets of the year are voted on the European Best Destinations website every year. And so, after ten days of fierce voting, Budapest has the most beautiful Christmas markets in Europe. It should be noted that the Hungarian is the Christmas market preferred by Amercians, Brazilians, Russians, English, Irish, Australian, Danish, Finnish, Spanish and Portuguese.If we want to spend some truly unforgettable winter days in the Hungarian capital, the picturesque Vörösmarty square's market cannot be missed from the plans, in these dates of delicious local and international meals. If our intention is to try something really authentic, the traditional flódni is the perfect choice.Also this year there are free attractions for all ages, from an ice rink surrounded by a magnificent tree to a light show with 3D glasses that will make you perceive a new facade of St. Stephen's Basilica.Don't miss out on local artisanal products and jazz, blues, soul or dance house concerts.
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