Unfortunately, we did not see the changing of the guard, and there wasn't much to see, but seeing the residence of a head of state is always interesting.
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Get the funicular railway to the top for midday to see the guard. As an ex reservist it was interesting to see. But the drill is not a patch on the British Army. Seeing the guards in the sentry box put their issue shades on...More
I was very interested about this building as it is where the changing of the guards happens. The design of the building is also pretty cool with a little Roman inspiration with the triangle rooftop design.
It's call a palace but as special as ones like the Parliament. However, you can find many guards protecting this building, because this is where the president lives. Not much to watch, but if you happen to pass by on time, try to watch the...More
When you get off the funicular, the Buda Castle is in your left, Sandor Palace is on your right. This is the official residence of the Hungarian, and the site of the changing of the guard. Once a month, on a Saturday, there is a...More
Two serious looking guards in very small guard shacks. Great location. Not too fancy for a presidential palace.
We were lucky enough to see the "change of guards" at Sandor Palace around 9 am in the morning during our visit to Buda Hill late last month. The palace was currently the residence for the President of Hungary and not open for public viewing.
When we were visiting the area of Buda hill and stopped in front of Sandor palace, we were lucky to see the changing of the guards in front of the main entrance.
We were lucky enough to get here when they were changing the guards, which was interesting to see! I would try to google to find out the times so you can see for yourself.