Things to do in Zugló

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  • JRMADA
    United States769 contributions
    It is just a square. Good enough for 2-3 pictures. Not much to do here, but if you walk trough the front and go through it, there is a cool park behind it with a Castle to the right. Go there…
    Written 3 August 2022
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  • JRMADA
    United States769 contributions
    There are a couple of museums here and lots of places for beautiful pictures. Go early as this place fills up with people wanting a picture.
    Written 3 August 2022
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  • Caroline S
    Colchester, UK28 contributions
    Budapest Zoo is well worth a visit. We went on a really hot afternoon and sweltered a bit but still had an enjoyable time. If you can go when slightly cooler, I'd recommend that.
    The zoo is zoned by country and habitat and there is so much to see and do. The signs are in English too.
    The price for a family was about £20, we can't get to our local zoo for less than £95 as a family of 4.
    We enjoyed the exhibition in the Great Rock. Some of the animals were hard to spot as they were looking for shade!
    Written 2 August 2022
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  • pfefmeister
    San Francisco, CA2,587 contributions
    It’s a very good Art Museum - not great. If you like religious themes, you’ll love it as that seems to be the emphasis. We went for the Bosch exhibit which was also very good - not great. We walked here from the city center in about an hour. Kind of confusing to track rooms you’ve visited, but after a while, the art seemed all the same to me. Next to Heroes Plaza added to trip worthiness.
    Written 16 June 2022
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  • Zeljac
    7 contributions
    Its not really the statue itself, although it does have interesting history, but the whole castle complex, very beautiful, different, worth spending some time
    Written 6 May 2022
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  • mark g
    Wellesbourne, UK71 contributions
    Just visited the Museum today and I must say I was blown away by the cost (2000 HUF) the amenities within and especially the trains !!!

    To be able to touch, sit on, explore at leisure - quite simply worth every penny !
    Written 22 June 2022
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  • TheShis
    Tel Aviv, Israel35,606 contributions
    We were fortunate enough to enjoy a wonderful concert at this arena in February 2020, just prior to Covid-19 making it impossible.
    The arena was very well organized for the concert, with quick queues and fantastic acoustics.
    Written 13 September 2020
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  • BigHugh51
    Adelaide, Australia3,648 contributions
    We had walked some distance along Andrássy Avenue until we decided to catch a bus to reach Heroes Square.
    After exploring the square and viewing the various statues and memorials located there, we walked across the busy roadway to visit Vidam Park.
    This proved to be the ideal spot to take a break from our hectic tourist activities and to rest our tired legs and feet. There a number of large grassed areas surrounding a lake, as well as a castle, a museum and of course the famous public baths.
    We limited ourselves to the part of the park nearest the square. While we were there, a number of family groups were enjoying picnics and some people were having fun in paddle boats on the lake. There were also lots of waterbirds both on and next to the lake.
    The park was a great spot to take a bit of time out and to enjoy a bit of greenery and quietness in the midst of a busy city.
    Written 28 October 2019
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  • TheShis
    Tel Aviv, Israel35,606 contributions
    The 7 original Hungarian tribes are beautifully portrayed in this monument, which looked absolutely pristine on a sunny winter day in February.
    Written 16 September 2020
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  • georgea c
    Derby, UK4 contributions
    If you’re looking for a really good overview of the history of Hungary, this is the place! Although it says Agriculture Museum, it is much more than that. The timeline of Hungary (going back to the first settlement in the stone ages) was so informative and interesting without being too much information to take on board and much better than the one at Buda Castle; which focuses more on the history of the castle rather than the people. The actual agricultural section, laid out throughout the castle in the City Park, was better than expected but a little bit niche and the upstairs housed a record breaking amount of deer trophies and other taxidermied animals. This was personally not for me but the building was beautiful and the park around it was lovely. The museum also had a cellar in which the wine making process through the ages was explained. Seeing the machinery was lovely and it was very interesting to look at however the information did not have translated plaques in this section.
    I think it is worth the visit solely for the history and visuals and would say to go.
    Written 19 July 2022
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  • Dysproz
    Warsaw, Poland85 contributions
    Very monumental place. It's like a gate to the park and also an end to a beautiful alley that goes through Budapest up to the river. If you want to have a nice trip then I recommend to take a walk along the alley and see al the embassies.
    Written 14 June 2022
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  • Dysproz
    Warsaw, Poland85 contributions
    Looks nice from the outside. I've never been inside. However, the stairs are a pretty good place to sit and rest.
    Written 14 June 2022
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  • JnVSydney
    Greater Sydney, Australia14,524 contributions
    Located within the grounds of the beautiful, Vajdahunyad Castle, this relatively small church takes its name from an Abbey in Western Hungary, as the facade is a copy of that church, with its intricate, layered portal, we are happy it is here, being in fitting surrounds.
    Written 19 April 2020
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  • ristomajuri
    Helsinki, Finland77 contributions
    There is a lot to see, especially the trains and railways of Hungary are well presented. There are also other exhibitions, and a small car museum concentrated on cars manufactured in Hungary or otherwise significant to the country.

    More information could be in English, now there was a a lot of info only in Hungarian.

    Ticket prices were ridiculously low, like €2-3.
    Written 30 July 2015
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  • JnVSydney
    Greater Sydney, Australia14,524 contributions
    Located within the courtyard of Vajdahunyad castle, you will find a massive seated bronze statue, of Alexander Karolyi, (1831-1906), an Hungarian politician, take a seat with him makes for awesome piccies.
    Written 19 April 2020
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