Buda Castle is a historical castle and a palace complex of the Hungarian kings in Budapest as well. Though it is now called Buda Castle, it has also formerly been known as the Royal Palace and the Royal Castle. Built on the southern tip of Castle Hill and bounded on the north by the Castle District, the setting of the structure is absolutely stunning (it also provides a stunning view on the Parliament Building).
Surrounding the area in that same district, there are also several structures built similar in the same Medieval and Baroque way that include 19th century houses, public buildings and churches. The castle was in fact declared a part of the Budapest World Heritage Site in the year 1987.
Buda Castle has an extremely rich history filled with reconstruction, numerous royalties, war, modernization and redecoration. Within the castle, there can be found hundreds of different rooms, halls, cellars and antechambers. Some of the most well-known rooms include the Smoking Room, the Writing Room, the Circle Tearoom, Small Throne Room and the Strong Room.
There is a nearly endless list of all the interior and exterior of the Buda Castle to see, discover and explore. Taking a guided tour is one of the best ways to do just that as well as learn about the truly rich history that still lingers in its every room and hall.
Buda Castle in brief
|Place||Szent Gyorgy ter 2, 1014, Budapest, Hungary|
|Locally Known As||Budavari Palota|
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|Adult: 27 Euro // Youth: 25.2 Euro // Child: 13.5 Euro
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Did you know that nearly every month, the Buda Castle hosts fun events for people to enjoy??