The Royal Palace of Godollo is an imperial palace from the 18th century, laid out in a double U shaped in the midst of a sprawling park.

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Godollo Castle Day Trip from Budapest

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 4 hours

$47

Sit back and relax on this leisurely 4-hour half-day trip to the stately mansion of Godollo Cas...

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Full-Day Private Tour of Godollo Sisi Castle and Szentendre

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   8 hours

$517

Enjoy a full-day private tour that visits two enchanting places near Budapest. Discover the sec...

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Half-Day Tour of Godollo Castle from Budapest

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 4 hour

$241

Tour Godollo Castle on this half-day trip from Budapest. During the tour your informative guide will...

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Private tour with horse show followed by carriage ride and lunch near Budapest

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 4 hours

$211

Head west of Budapest and venture to the beautiful Godollo area, where you’ll visit an equestrian f...

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Gödöllő Royal Castle and Pest City Park tour

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    9 hour

$330

Explore the green countryside outside Budapest on a pleasant half day tour. Visit the splendidly Baroque Royal summer ca...

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Godollo Palace, Budapest

The Royal Palace of Godollo is an imperial palace from the 18th century, laid out in a double U shaped in the midst of a sprawling park..

The Royal Palace of Godollo is an imperial palace from the 18th century, laid out in a double U shaped in the midst of a sprawling park.


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About Godollo Palace

 Budapest, Hungary

Godollo Palace and Nearby Sights on Map

Erdős Renée Ház

The Renee Erdos House is a quaint 1895 construction that was home to Hungarian poet and writer Renee Erdos from 1927 to 1944

Rákospalotai Museum

The Rakospalotai Museum exhibits an ethnographic collection of folk art and agricultural tools

Ujpest Butterfly Museum

The Ujpest Butterfly Museum showcases a collection of butterflies and fossils

Tavern of Megyer

The Tavern of Megyer opened in the late 17th century, and is a protected monument housing a restaurant and bar

Kozma Street Jewish Cemetery

The Kozma Street Cemetery is the biggest Jewish cemetery in Budapest, noted for its elaborate Jugendstil tombs

Hungarian Railway Museum

The Hungarian Railway Museum traces the history of railways, from the vintage steam engines of the 1870s to present day electric engines

Csősz Tower

The Csosz Tower is a free-standing Romantic tower attached to a 2-storey house, designed by Zofahl Lőrinc and Brein Ferenc

Dreher Villa

Dreher Villa is an abandoned single-storey neo-classical mansion built in 1830's for Royal Court Councilor Havas Joszef

Conti's Chapel

The Conti Chapel is a beautiful Baroque church built in 1740 by stonemason Leopold Conti and wife Kristina Drenker to commemorate the families that survived the cholera epidemic

Aquincum Civil Amphitheatre

The Aquincum Civil Amphitheatre dates back to the 3rd century, built outside the city walls about a 100 years after the bigger Military Amphitheatre