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Tour At Labyrinth Of Buda Castle Tour

Tour At Labyrinth Of Buda Castle Tour Packages
Country: Hungary
City: Budapest
Duration: 1 Day(s) - 0 Night(s)
Tour Category: Culture Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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Explore the amazing labyrinth system under Budapest!

The Labyrinth of Buda Castle is situated in a complex of caves and cellars underneath the Buda Castle district itself part of the world heritage. The labyrinth which is located 16m under the surface is a unique cultural and tourist spectacle around the world. Under the half a million-year-old ceiling within walls erected by history, one can take adventures walks of exploration, or wander around by meditating. The Labyrinth of Buda Castle has four circled mini-labyrinths: a Labyrinth exhibition, a project room, a cafe, and a restaurant.

Are you brave enough for Vampire Hunt in the Labyrinth? Castle Hill is best known for its underground “guest” of the 15th century – as King Matthias’s captive – Vlad Tepes, the famous Count Dracula was imprisoned here. Go after the souls of the dead, in the footsteps of vampires. Visit the amazing 1000 meters long Labyrinth and the Dracula’s chamber.

Explore More About Buda Castle:

The Buda Castle is one of the main symbols of Budapest. It dominates the city from the top of Várhegy hill, giving the opportunity to enjoy an amazing view.

The majestic Buda Castle rises above the city of Várhegy, the hill of Budapest. The Castle has always had a turbulent history which reflects the different ups and downs of the history of Hungary. Today the Castle, which is often called the Royal Palace, is home to a number of cultural institutes, including two museums: the Hungarian National Gallery and the Budapest Historical Museum.

The main structure of the Buda Castle is more austere compared to its previous versions. The interiors kept that abundance of ornamentations and decorations, which was typical of the past. Despite its history made of continuous destructions and reconstructions, the Castle is still an imposing complex facing the Danube for about 300 meters.

The castle is made of a number of wings, going from wings A to F, arranged around the Lion Courtyard, which is surrounded by the National Library, the National Gallery, and the Budapest History Museum. Most visitors have access to the Buda Castle from St. George Square to the north side, where the funicular connects the hill with the Chain Bridge and Pest.

A decorative gate from the beginning of the 20th century separates the square from the Palace. Near the door, there is a bronze statue featuring a large bird representing the Kingdom of Hungary perched atop a pedestal.

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