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The most amazing city park in Budapest with lots of outdoor activity options (ice-skating in winter time, rent a boat, different kid playgrounds, Zoo Park, Fun-Park, Szechenyi Bath, Agricultural Museum, Festivals.
A nice place to chill all-year round, visit the Zoo or just walk under the old trees. It has a ice-skating rink in winter, lake in summer, many events and also the infamous Széchenyi baths is here!
Beautiful greenspace in the middle of the city. Well connected to public transit lines (Széchenyi fürdő and Hősök tere on the M1 yellow line). Several attractions including the Széchenyi bath, ice skating rink/pond, zoo, Heroes Square, and Vajdahunyad castle.★27 MINUTES ON FOOT/ 21 MINUTES BY THE…
The City Park is a public park close to the centre of Budapest, Hungary. It is a 0.9-by-0.6-mile rectangle, with an area of 302 acres, located in District XIV of Budapest, between Hungária körút, Ajtósi Dürer sor, Vágány utca and Dózsa György út. Its main entrance is at Heroes' Square, one of…
Városliget (City Park) is a public park in Budapest close to the city centre. Its main entrance is Heroes' Square (Hősök tere), one of Hungary's World Heritage sites.
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