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Budafok Cellars, Budapest

Budafok is a historical wine-producing region where a 25 km long limestone cellar was carved out in the 19th century.

Budafok is a historical wine-producing region where a 25 km long limestone cellar was carved out in the 19th century. A throwback to Budafok's viticulture heritage, the underground cellars are home to the world's largest barrels of traditional sizes in use, with some of the casks being over a 100 years old.


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About Budafok Cellars

 XXII.Nagytétényi út ~64, Budapest, Hungary

Budafok Cellars and Nearby Sights on Map

Cave House Museum

Torley Exhibition and Visitor Center

Hungary's famous sparkling wine brand Torley has had an illustrious history since its inception in 1882 in Budafok

Torley Mausoleum

The Art Nouveau Torley Mausoleum, connected with Cemetery of Budafok, holds the mortal remains of the entrepreneurial Torley family that established the famous Hungarian sparkling wine brand

Tropicarium

Csodák Palotája

The Palace of Wonders is an interactive science museum for kids to help them grasp concepts in a fun environment

Albertfalva Roman Military Camp

The Albertfalva Roman Military Camp is an archeological site where the first camps of Emperor Claudius' legions were erected

Csonka János Múzeum

The Csonka János Memorial Museum showcases the life and works of Hungarian engineer Csonka Janos, best known for inventing the carburetor

Urania Observatory

Liberty Statue

The Liberty Statue on the Gellért Hill was erected in 1947 to commemorate the liberation of Hungary from Nazi forces during World War II

Buda Castle