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Puskás Ferenc Stadium, Budapest

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TripAdvisor
  • Around 10 years back, the local football team moved their UEFA Champions League qualifying match against Man United from their home ground to this stadium in order to accommodate a 40,000 crowd. They ...  more »
  • We visited because Ferencvaros have been using the old stadium while their ground is redeveloped. It was fun, not least because the Fradi won, but also a reminder of what football was like before the ...  more »
  • I visited this stadium during a normal morning, so the stadium was closed and as a result there were no matches scheduled but in any case it is possible to access the area surrounding it and climb the...  more »
Google
  • Old and rusty stadium, nothing interesting to see. Don't waste your time here because Budapest has so much more to offer.
  • Nice stadium under the name of the great Puskas.
  • It's under construction but it will be more better like it was
  • It's under construction. The old one was demolished the new one is being built.
  • Absolutely agree with the first comment!!! We travel quite a lot and have been to many countries' concert halls and stadiums, but this one in Budapest was a SHAME. In addition, to all mentioned above inconveniences and it being filthy, I saw two HUGGING dead rats, that I almost stumbled over on the stairs. The seats that we paid for were very dirty. We tried to clean them uselessly (along with other unlucky spectators). But the worst thing was everybody smoked. Whilst the whole world has accepted the non-smoking policy in public places, Hungary "knows better". Shame on you, people in charge of the stadium!!!!!!!!!