Next day free!

Really free? The ticket is valid for the RED and YELLOW Bus Line which is audio guided in 20 languages and the BLUE Boat Line audio guided in English and German. This is the Giraffe Hop on Hop off sightseeing bus in Budapest. Ticket is valid on the day of the first departure. Next day FREE.

In the season the RED Line departs every 30 minutes from József nádor tér, the YELLOW Line every 30 minutes from Erzsébet tér, the BLUE Boat Line also every hour from Vigadó tér, Pier 8A. There are 27 “hop on and hop off” bus stops and 3 boat stops. You can buy your ticket in your hotel, at their designated information desks, in their office (addressed H-1061, Budapest, Andrássy út 2.), on their buses itself. Photo credit

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Fog in Budapest

Fog in Budapest

This is the mood of November in Budapest. In the foggy background you can see the Buda Castle.


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Posted from Budapest, Budapest, Hungary.

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Pálinka & Sausage Festival

Hurka, kolbász

At Buda Castle from 3rd til 5th October, 2014, is the Pálinka és Kolbász Festivál in the Oroszlános and Hunyadi Courts in the Royal Palace. Here you can taste famous Hungarian fruit brandies or Palinka, and eat sausages and other typical Hungarian food specialties, all at one spot! Caribbean rum will be the 2014 Festival highlight.

  • Daily ticket: 2 000 HUF, includes tasting ticket in 500 HUF, a tasting glass and free entry to the Budapest History Museum located in the building of the Royal Palace.
  • Passes: 4-day pass: 5 500 HUF (includes a tasting glass and unlimited free entry to the History Museum)
    Passes are valid for multiple entries. Visitors will receive the wristband, the glass and the PayPass card upon first entrance.

To get there, take bus 16A or 116 from Széll Kálmán tér (trams 4, 6, M2 metro) or the funicular (Budavári Sikló) from Clark Ádám tér (Buda end of the Chain Bridge) or the take the steps leading up to the hill from Clark Ádám Square.

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