H-1077 Budapest, Baross tér 15.
Tel:+36 1 461 3010
Fax:+36 1 343 2770
Our Guests Say:
Meet my standard. This is my second time.
All the staff here are excellent, very helpful and all seem to speak perfect English.
Was pleasantly surprised at the cleanliness, accommodation, and quality of the hotel for the price. Would definitely recommend to friends and family visiting Budapest!
At the foot of each statue a small relief depicts the most important moment of the life of the personality. In the middle of Heroes' square stands a 36 metres high Corinthian column with the statue of Archangel Gabriel on the top, the symbol of the Roman Catholic religion. At the pedestal, equestrian statues commemorate Arpad and the seven chieftains of the Hungarian tribes, who settled their people in the present territory of Hungary. His descendants formed the Hungarian royal dynasty.
The tomb of the Unknown Soldier can also be found at Heroes' Square. At the sides of the square, the representative buildings of the Museum of Fine Arts and the Art Gallery can be found, both worth paying a visit. Since the last couple of years, the two museums have been competing for the attention of visitors with high standard temporary exhibitions such as Van Gogh, Rembrandt and the collections of Spanish and French paintings.
Public Transport:take the M1 to Heroes' Square