Castle Hill and Buda Castle

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For seven centuries, Buda castle was the home of the Hungarian royal family.
Today the palace hosts central governmental offices and also functions as a cultural destination: a number of museums are housed in the restored complex. The Hungarian National Gallery fills Buildings A-D, the National Széchényi Library is in Building F, while the Budapest History Museum where you can see objects that have been found during archaeological excavations in Hungary is located in the southern wing, Building E
The Castle District area invites you to stroll around enjoying the view over Budapest, the narrow streets, medieval houses, unique sights, cosy coffee houses and nice souvenir shops. Taking a furnicular is the most authentic way to access the hill's top, and underneath the Castle Hill an extensive 3.3km long cave system also opens up to occasional visits.
Meeting point
Budapest, Országház utca 2, 1014
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