Hi we tried to visit the tomb today but it was a still under construction. We just walked down the street named after him lovely walk down a bit disappointed we couldn't see the statue as it has been removed for the time being.
About Gul Baba's Tomb (Gul Baba turbeje)
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It is entirely closed off for now while it is being restored and renovated. Don't climb the steep and picturesque road until it's finished.
Lovely views from this area, but sadly the tomb and gardens were closed and turned upside down for building works which the sign said would last some time.
When I went there it was all open. The statue, the terrace and the tomb were a very interesting witness to the Ottoman heritage of Hungary. I hope that I will be able to see it again next year. It is a shame that it...More
Of course as a turkish I have visited many times in my previous travel to budapest. Thats why , and as some reviewer wrote that it was under construction this time I did not visit. But next time if the construction be finished I will...More
This is the tomb of Gül Baba (Rose-father), a Bektashi dervish/soldier/poet who lived there at the beginning of the 16th century, when Budapest was controled by the ottomans. I wanted to visit the interior of the garden at least, but unfortunately, in December 2015 the...More
Off the beaten track, but not entirely remote, this could be an absolute gem of an attraction if it was better looked after. The shop was closed and pretty derelict when we visited, but the tomb is in good condition. This must have been a...More
Gul Baba's tomb is one less known spot so the place is quiet, not crowded, and fascinating as it's one of the last standing memories of the Ottoman Empire in Budapest. I think that in spring the smell and bloom of the roses -it was...More