Hungarian National Gallery
It is located in Buda Castle. Its collections cover Hungarian art in all genres, including the works of many nineteenth- and twentieth-century Hungarian artists who worked in Paris and other locations in the West. Besides the permanent exhibition, there are always very interesting seasonal ones.
The Hungarian National Gallery. If you would like to understand our culture, history, you have to visit this museum.
A treasure box of Hungarian art from the Gothic times up to the end of the 20th century. The four floors of the Royal Palace, part of which was converted into the Gallery building in the 60s, houses superb collections of Hungarian Art! From time to time you can also visit fantastic temporary…
MNG is always up to bring us the best of art (previously: Frida Kahlo, Van Gogh, Qi Baishi, Impressionists, Surrealists etc.). Located in the spectacular Buda Castle, visiting a gallery is a must once you are up there. Fiars, arts'n crafts, food and wine festivals are often located next to the…
“This 200 years old family owned confectionery is in the Buda Castle. Have a big walk on Tóth Árpád sétány and than taste some of the wonderful traditional Hungarian desserts here! In the summer time I have to take my daughter Lulu (3) to have ice cream here every day:-)”
“Margaret Island is a central parkland that is popular with locals and tourists. There are many eclectic things to do, so whatever the weather, there’s a reason to head to this little island. From here you’ll see the grandeur of the Hungarian Parliament building on one side (particularly special when lit up at night) and the ornate Buda Castle and Mathias Church on the right. You can aslo Swim at the Olympic swimming pool, Climb to the top of the water tower, Watch the musical fountain, Ride a selection of fun vehicles and Eat a lángos as you explore the park. ”
“Citadella is on top of the Gellért hill with hungary’s Statue of Liberty. You’ll have a really nice view of Budapest from there.”
“The Hungarian National Museum collects, preserves and presents the historical relics of the Carpathian Basin and Hungary since 1802.”