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  • 2019. szeptember 30.

Szimpla Garden & Market

The best place of the alternative life of Budapest in the 7th district. Open-air cinema and pub, a unique framework for hosting concerts, theatre shows and many different cultural events. Szimpla defines itself as a ’cultural reception space’. In szimpla everybody can make themselves at home, have a rest or have fun either in Budapest or in Berlin. Right from the beginning, their main mission is to shape the environment, making it more liveable and human friendly by searching for the cultural treasures of Hungary and the world.
Many of you might have also heard about the Farmers’ Market and Farmers’ Café, where you can buy farm-to-table goods and Szimpla prepare food and drinks from products straight from farmers you can meet at the market.

1075  Budapest, Kazinczy u. 14,
T: +36 20 261 8669
www.szimpla.hu

 

 


Go out, go active, explore!

Yellow Zebra Budapest has been providing high quality city tours on bikes and Segways for almost two decades, so no question you’re in very experienced hands.

Thousands of travellers have already participated in Yellow Zebra’s bike and Segway tours and they absolutely loved exploring beautiful Budapest with them! Your English speaking licensed guides will definitely help you to take the most out of your visit! Find Yellow Zebra us in the city center, their shop is located right behind the Opera House.

1065 Budapest, Lázár utca 16.
T: +36 1 269 3843
www.yellowzebratours.com

 

 

 


Sikló

The Budapest Castle Hill Funicular or Budavári Sikló is a funicular railway in the city of Budapest, in Hungary. It links the Adam Clark Square and the Széchenyi Chain Bridge at river level to Buda Castle above. From the cabins you can have a wonderful view over Budapest with Chain Bridge and River Danube in the front, Parliament on the left and the city on the right.

The line was opened on March 2, 1870, and has been in municipal ownership since 1920. It was destroyed in the Second World War and reopened on June 4, 1986. The construction was started by the idea of Odon Szechenyi, son of the statesman Count Istvan Szechenyi. Back then, this was the second funicular railway operating in Europe. The funicular had been meticulously reconstructed and rebuilt in a vintage style after being completely destroyed in a WWII bombing raid.

There are two cars in the Sikló, they are called Margit and Gellért after Margaret Island and Gellért-hill that are main sights in Budapest. You can use Sikló with your Budapest Transport ticket. Go up and enjoy the view! The Buda Castle Funicular was admitted to the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites in 1987.

 

 

1013 Budapest, I. kerület,
Clark Ádám tér – Szent György tér
T: +36 1 201 9128
www.budapestinfo.hu/hu/budavari-siklo

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