The Vajdahunyad Castle is a Hungarian Romantic castle loosely modeled after the Transylvanian Hunyad Fortress

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Budapest Segway Sightseeing Tour

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Private Walking Tour: Budapest City Highlights

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 3 hours

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...guide, visit Heroes’ Square, City Park, Vajdahunyad Castle, St Stephen’s Basilica, the Szechenyi Baths and more. Admire ...

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Budapest Tour with Optional Danube River Cruise

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   5 hours

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...quare (Hosök tere) and see the imposing Vajdahunyad Castle. Drive along Andrássy Avenue — a UNESCO World Heritage site —...

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Budapest: 4-Hour City Bike Tour with Coffee Stop

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... its past. Visit Heroes’ Square and see Vajdahunyad Castle complex. Admire the Hungarian Parliament building up-close an...

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Bike Tour to the Highlights of Budapest

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 3 hours

$26

... the State Opera House, Heroes’ Square, Vajdahunyad Castle, and the city park. Learn about Hungarian history, culture, a...

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Segway Tour and Szechenyi Spa Combo

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    1 day

$74

... and Vajdahunyad Castle, and then get as much time as you want to pamper yourself at the thermal spa of Széchenyi Baths.

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Gödöllő Royal Castle and Pest City Park tour

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    9 hour

$330

..., with private guiding only for you. On the way back, stop in the City Park and visit the Vajdahunyad castle courtyards.

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Highlights of Budapest Private Walking Tour

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This 3.5 hour customized walking tour takes you to the most spectacular locations...

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Vajdahunyad Castle, Budapest

The Vajdahunyad Castle is a Hungarian Romantic castle loosely modeled after the Transylvanian Hunyad Fortress.

The Vajdahunyad Castle is a Hungarian Romantic castle loosely modeled after the Transylvanian Hunyad Fortress. Built in 1896 for the Millennial Exhibition which commemorated the 1000 years of Hungary since the Hungarian Conquest of the Carpathian Basin in 895 AD, it houses the Museum of Hungarian Agriculture today.


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About Vajdahunyad Castle

 Budapest, Vajdahunyad vár, 1146 Hungary

 +36 1 422 0765

 www.vajdahunyadcastle.com

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