H-1077 Budapest, Baross tér 15.
Tel:+36 1 461 3010
Fax:+36 1 343 2770
Our Guests Say:
All the staff here are excellent, very helpful and all seem to speak perfect English.
Most important things; it was clean, people were friendly and it's near to the metro station.
Meet my standard. This is my second time.
Buda Castle District and the Royal Palace
The miraculous Buda Castle itself, the museums, the old, fascinating houses in the little streets of Castle Hill and beautiful panoramic views on Pest side and Danube make this place an unforgettable experience for tourists and hikers.
The turquoise dome caps of the eclectic Royal Palace, which has been bombed, burned and rebuilt repeatedly in Buda’s Castle District are amazing to look at and after viewing Hungarian paintings in the National Gallery, visitors can enjoy stunning views of Pest from the courtyard. Budapest’s Royal Palace was almost completely destroyed during the Second World War. Today it houses Hungary’s National Library, the Budapest History Museum and the Hungarian National Gallery’s exquisite collection of paintings.
Address: 1014 Budavári palota
Phone: Located in the Buda side of the city
Opening hours: daily all day, museums: 10 am to 6 pm (closed Monday in winter
Public Transport Access: Bus 16 to Dísz tér or Castle bus 10 to Szentháromság tér