Buda Castle District • Walk with a historian

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Duration: 2h 30min
Provided by Daniel Kalman

Overview of the tour in Budapest

The Buda Castle District – home to not only Hungarians but at times to Jews, Germans, and people from the Balkans as well – has in itself so many layers of history, it is worth the time to discover it. We will visit the main sights from the medieval foundations to the 19th-century monuments and through them we will overview the key points of Hungarian history from the medieval royal court and Ottoman era until modern times.

Duration is approximately 2,5-3 hours. Entrance to the Matthias Church and the Medieval Synagogue/Jewish Museum are included.

If you are interested in the tour at a different time&date, let me know, and we will discuss the options.

This activity includes:

  • Buda Castle
  • Church of Saint Mary Magdalene
  • Szentháromság tér
  • Vienna Gate
  • Hungarian history

Meeting point

Bécsi kapu tér, Buda Castle

On arrival

We will meet at Bécsi kapu tér, in front of the Gate, just outside of it (Europe Park).

Things to note

Entrance fees to the Matthias Church and the Medieval Synagogue/Jewish Museum are included

13 and 14 July are off, otherwise, I am available!

Free Cancellation

Free Cancellation up to 24 hours before the activity starts. Late cancellation or your non-arrival is not refundable.

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