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Liberty Statue, Budapest

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.4/5 based on 3,800+ reviews on the web
You'll encounter some of the best views of Budapest and the Danube at Liberty Statue, home to the Citadella, a World Heritage Site. This hillside played host to several vineyards in the 18th century and currently features several embassies and expensive homes. The reigning Habsburg Austrians built the citadel atop the hill after the Hungarian revolts of 1948 and 1949. Hike to the fortress at the summit of this 235 m (771 ft) rock hill for views of the city below. Plan your visit to Liberty Statue and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Budapest vacation trip planner.
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  • You must be prepared to climb to the top of Gellért or seek other means to move up, although it is worth to reach the Summit.
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  • It was incredible funny get over here!:) As travelers, we did not know we are right at all vats issue. So we sat down on the MHDčku and got off at the stop, which is located under the Hill. We saw the trail and went and went and went, until we finally meet tourists who brought us to the top. And down we went after the path trodden by tourists already nicely. I have a feeling that whatever you go, however, I always get there;)
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  • Views of the city from the Gellért Hill is definitely worth the walk. The trip was not as high as expected, and along the way, there are many beautiful viewpoints. We recommend that you see the sunset deroppefra-as well as in the evening when darkness has fallen on. Cozy with the tiny tourist stalls and intriguing history behind the cartel.
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