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Great Urban Parks in Budapest

TOP 1
City Park
4.3/5
86 Reviews
Budapest
3.7km from downtown
City Parks
Hot Springs
有态度的拍拍
"City Park (Város liget) was built in 1817. It is a forest park behind Heroes Square. It covers an area of about 1 square kilometer. It has hot springs, zoos, playgrounds, and botanical gardens. It is a compound park suitable for all ages. There is an agricultural museum in the park, which is a mixture of Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles. Generally, tourists with the group will not move to Heroes' Square, so it is very quiet."

Reasons to Recommend: The city park is adjacent to Heroes Square and covers an area of more than 900,000 square meters. It was built in 1817 and is the world's first artificially planned city center park. Historically, this place has been used for a variety of purposes. In the Middle Ages, it was used as a hunting ground for the kings of Margash and as a place for parliamentary meetings. The tour guide park is divided into two parts, north and south, and an artificial lake spans the center. The active building in the south is the Castle of Wojdao Huniodi on the island in the middle of the lake. There are hot springs, zoos, playgrounds, and botanical gardens, which are complex parks suitable for all ages. There is an agricultural museum in the park, which is a mixture of Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque. In addition to the lush greenery and the mirror-like lake, there is also a Szechenyi Hot Spring and many other leisure facilities, which is an ideal place for tourists to enjoy the cool and rest.

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TOP 2
Momento Park
5.0/5
1 Reviews
Budapest
8.5km from downtown
Statues/Sculptures
City Parks
klinsi0118
"There are many relics from the socialist period in an extremely contemporary attraction. You can see a lot of the remains of the Hungarian socialist period before the great changes in Eastern Europe. Many bronze statues and sculptures have obvious characteristics of the era. At the same time, you can appreciate the influence of the Soviet Union on socialist Hungary. See Budapest Card for free"
TOP 3
Vidam Park
4.5/5
2 Reviews
Budapest
3.7km from downtown
City Parks
sean肖恩999
"A nice city park. It’s very close to the north of Heroes’ Square. There is a very old castle in the park, which is well preserved. There is also a small museum inside, which is a good tourist attraction. It is the Szechenyi Thermal Bath."
TOP 4
Lazar Lovaspark
4.4/5
30 Reviews
Budapest
31.2km from downtown
City Parks
诗意情节
"This is a resort with an authentic Hungarian style that is loved by tourists at home and abroad. The groom drives five horses with two horses to enter the venue, swinging the whip to drive the horses to sit, lie down, and so on. The performance is very wonderful and it is worth visiting"

Reasons to Recommend: LaSalle Equestrian Park is located on the outskirts of Budapest. It is an equestrian theme park. Its operator, the Lazar family, enjoys high honors in the international equestrian world. As soon as visitors enter the park, Hungarians in local national costumes serve home-brewed wine and desserts. Here, you can enjoy a more pure European traditional equestrian performance. The groom crosses two horses and drives five to seven horses. He sits on a horse without a saddle to perform archery, and swings a long whip to drive the horses to perform sitting, lying, and Lying and other difficult movements. At the same time, tourists can also experience the life of the prairie people in the manor by horse-drawn carriage.

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TOP 5
Raoul Wallenberg Memorial
3.8/5
8 Reviews
Budapest
2.4km from downtown
City Parks
Buildings by Famous Architects
E27***07
"There are quite a lot of things inside. At the end of World War II, he successfully rescued thousands of Jews from Hungary occupied by Nazis."

Reasons to Recommend: Raoul Wallenberg was a Swedish architect, businessman, diplomat and humanitarian. In the latter part of World War II, he successfully rescued thousands of Jews from Nazi-occupied Hungary. A memorial park was built here to commemorate him.

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