Liberty Statue, Budapest

4.6
Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
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. Add Liberty Statue to your Budapest travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Budapest day trip planning app.
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  • An absolute must while in Budapest. Incredible expansive views of the city. Whether you go up in the evening, stopping at restaurants on the way, or go up for drinks at night, or go on a hangover...  more »
  • It takes o bit of a hike, but it well worth it when one reaches the peak and see the monument and a magnificent view of the city of Budapest.  more »
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  • This is a great place for hiking - if you like physical activity - follow the "hearts". But you are welcome to know that there is nothing at the top except beautiful views of the city. The best views of Budapest.
  • What a walk but definitely worth it. We had a lovely weather and enjoyable walk through the mount it is peaceful and nice to feel above the vibrant city of Budapest. With good weather conditions you can see pretty far

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