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Gellértova hora

Doporučuje 98 místních ·

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Szonja Lilla
Szonja Lilla
February 20, 2020
After a little walk you can see a beautiful view of the city.
Andi
Andi
January 15, 2020
Best place if you want to walk in a beautiful area. It's a perfect short tour from the Gellért Thermal Bath. Walk to the Sziklatemplom (Church in the heart of the rock) first, than climb to the Citadel through the edge of the hill, where you can enjoc some viewpoints without tourists...
Vens
Vens
January 13, 2020
The Citadella is a fortress on the top of Gellert Hill , which was erected in 1854 by the Habsburg ruler after the defeat of the War of Independence of 1848-49 . The UNESCO Buda Castle Hill and the Danube along the two banks of the panorama of Gellért Hill in 1987, the World Heritage site declared…
Brigitta
Brigitta
January 7, 2020
Beautiful wiew. Especially before the sun goes down. Walk all the way up, and you alredy done a nice cardio that day!;) Take tram 47 to get there!;)
Daniel
Daniel
December 27, 2019
Upon the Gellért bath There is an old mountain. On the top you can find the Liberty Statue of Budapest. The sight is enormous and the one and only. 15-20 minutes walking up to the top. Also there is a bus starting from Móricz Zsigmond Körtér, bus number 26. NEar the liberty statue there is the…

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District I., 1016