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Parks & nature in District II

Park
“"Millenáris park, a former industrial site in Buda, is a modern cultural complex with exhibition halls, a large park with a pond and awesome custom-built playgrounds. Other attractions include the Fogadó, an exhibition hall, and the Teátrum, a venue for plays, concerts and other performances."”
61 locals recommend
Scenic Viewpoint
“After some niiice hiking, amazing view over the city. if you spend many days here you should go up to the lookout! it is as romantic as pretty woman played backwards. anyway this is the highest point of budapest (527 meters) as well. in clear weather you can see asfar as 8O km away.”
42 locals recommend
Spa
“Historical Turkish bath. As a Turk, I can attest to its authenticity & quality.”
58 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Recently renovated Ottomangarden & shrine complex with a great view of Budapest. One of the last reminders of Ottoman presence in Budapest.”
49 locals recommend
Park
“Multi-level labyrinth with amazing rock formations. The longest cave in the Buda Hills (7 km). 45 minutes Guided tours - expect climbing and narrow passages.”
25 locals recommend
Ski Chairlift
“The Zugliget Chairlift (Libegő) is a fun alternative mode of transport in the Buda Hills. Transporting passengers between Zugliget and the Erzsébet Lookout Tower, the Chairlift will take you calmly up the side of János Hill in about 15 minutes – while providing pretty panoramic views of the Buda surrounds. The Chairlift is operated by the BKV , with a single adult ticket costing 1000 HUF. It can be reached by taking bus 291 from Nyugati Railway Station to its final stop. Whether for a special date or just a relaxed outing in Buda – a trip on the Chairlift is a unique experience. Tip: We recommend to try a tasty Magyar lángos here, as well as the frosty treats of Fragola in the summer.”
12 locals recommend
Mountain
“When i can i go there for running,or just take a deep breath on the top of the hill....”
8 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Gül Baba Street is a steep cobblestoned lane leading up to the octagonal tomb of 16th-century Turkish holy man Gül Baba”
9 locals recommend
Scenic Viewpoint
“After some nice hiking, amazing view over the city. If you spend many days here you should go up to the lookout! It's as romantic as pretty woman played backwards. Anyway this is the highest point of Budapest (527 meters) as well. In clear weather you can see as far as 80km away.”
8 locals recommend
Playground
“Biggest park in Buda with ancient trees, lot of facilities like: playground for children, tennis court, fitness equipment, outdoor theater stage, church, cheap producer market on Mon, Wed, Fri”
8 locals recommend
Mountain
“The tallest of the Buda hills, it rises to 528m. From the tower on top of the hill, known as Erzsébet kilátó, one can get an imposing panoramic view of Budapest. The hill is in proximity to Normafa and can also be accessed by the Libegő, a chairlift which connects it with Zugliget.”
10 locals recommend
Park
“Well, this is underground :). Buda Hills are made of limestone, dolomite and sandstone and are also rich in thermal water. The latter one has formed numerous underground caves inside these relatively soft rocks. In Szemlő Hill Cave you'll see wonderful crystal formations and the air is exceptionally clean. The cave is open every day and is situated 30 minutes distance from the downtown by public transportation. Join their guided visits, we are glad to assist in booking. You can pass app. 3 hours with the visit, which is a smooth walk good for elderly people and children. And is amazing.”
6 locals recommend
Zoo
“Mini zoo with indigenous Hungarian wildlife - some wolves, horses, wild boar. Also has a traditional style restaurant.”
6 locals recommend
Park
“Run by children (under the supervision of adult railway workers), a fun way to explore the Buda Hills.”
5 locals recommend
Scenic Viewpoint
“The shopping centre has become the perfect location for shopping, entertainment and for taking care of daily errands, and it’s all in under one roof. Today, the Mammut name symbolises quality. ”
3 locals recommend
Dog Run
1 local recommends