Gül Baba Türbe és Rózsakert Budapest, Budapest

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
3.7/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web
Reflect on the richness of the capital city's multicultural past at Gül Baba Türbe és Rózsakert Budapest. The 16th-century Islamic turbe (a type of mausoleum architecture translated as "tomb tower") on the Buda side of the city is the resting place of the Ottoman dervish, poet, mystic, and theologian Gül Baba. The tomb is a pilgrimage site, and as an important historical monument, it is administered by the Republic of Turkey. Admire the restored Islamic architecture, view the elaborate ornaments, stroll through the rose garden, and examine the collection of exhibited artifacts. The road leading up to the tomb is paved in old cobblestones, so if you walk be sure to wear appropriate shoes. Admission is free of charge. A visit to Gül Baba Türbe és Rózsakert Budapest represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Budapest travel itinerary maker to plot your vacation.
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  • We were 16 there in March and there was a construction site at this time unfortunately. The way there was actually also not signposted, it seems to be worth a visit they plant. Still worth a visit, especially the small statue
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  • Rose Hill in the top Tre dry Island, Gül Baba's Tomb. Now the restoration is closed, there is only one NET aura statue up the hill can be seen from afar as well. re opening in 2017. Gül Baba is Ottoman Hungary in the 16th century, Hungary was a dominating their roses in Rose's father, also called on Muslim monk now soldier and poet.
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  • It is entirely closed off for now while it is being restored and renovated. Don't climb the steep and picturesque road until it's finished. 
  • I can't really give an accurate rating since the tomb is inaccessible until March 1, 2017 for renovations and archeological work. There is a great view of the city though and a statue of Gül Baba. That might be worth the climb up the stairs for some folks.
  • Cool view of the city from here. The resting place of Gül Baba, the Ottoman leader. Fun fact: Gül Baba loved roses, and had a huge rose garden here. The name of this area "Rose Hill" comes from here.
  • nice and secret place with a great view
  • One of the less known attractions of the city with a really nice view.
  • Great view tomb is under renovation till 2017 spring
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