Where to go in Budapest?
The Buda Arboretum was initiated in the winter of 1893/94, on three hectares of land around the buildings of the Royal School of Horticulture (the predecessor of the present
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The stalactite-rich cave, the longest in the Buda Hills and the third longest in Hungary, was discovered in 1904 during quarrying. It has been a nature-protected area since 1944.
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The park is situated on the border between Budapest and Budakeszi. In this area the dominant north-westerly winds blowfresh air to the forests of the community. Thus the forests
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It is fair to say that the Sas Mountain, with its 259 meter height, rising sharply from the Kelenföld plain, is the most significant natural value of Budapest, which
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Flora in six thousand shapes and forms, 150 years old pine-firns, orchids, cactus and succulent collection with 800 species - fascinating characteristics of the University Botanical Garden in Budapest,
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The Buda Hills are an integral part of Budapest, with pretty residental areas on the surface. Visitors might be surprised to learn that there are over 200 caves, some
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