Gellert Hill

Gellert Hill

Drink in the unrivalled view of Budapest's sweeping skyline from the top of Gellért Hill, 235m up overlooking the Danube. Discover the rich history of this area by exploring the Citadella, or just walk through the parkland. Climb the hill at dusk and you might catch sight of one of the area's bats.
La Prima Fashion Hotel
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  • 3 Nights, Bed and Breakfast
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La Prima Fashion Hotel

Budapest City, Budapest

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1.1 Km to Gellert Hill

  • Great for shopping
  • 150m from the nearest bus stop
  • 83m from Vaci Street
  • Modern style
  • Gym
Zenit Budapest Palace
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Zenit Budapest Palace

Budapest City, Budapest

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1.1 Km to Gellert Hill

  • Great for shopping
  • 180m from the nearest tram stop
  • 600m from Vaci Street
  • 800m from Chain Bridge
  • Gym and sauna
Promenade City Hotel
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Promenade City Hotel

Budapest City, Budapest

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1.2 Km to Gellert Hill

  • Great for shopping
  • 200m from the nearest bus stop
  • 100m from Vaci Street
  • Perfect for sightseeing
  • Small and friendly hotel
Citadella

Citadella

Budapest

Walk up to the Citadella perched above the city on a hill, and you'll be rewarded with a panoramic view over Budapest, the Danube and its eight bridges. Dating from the 19th century, this grey stone...

0.4 Km to Gellert Hill - Map

Budapest Christmas Markets

Budapest Christmas Markets

Budapest

The Hungarian capital is teeming with tinkling market stalls and majestic architecture, so you’ve really got it all at your fingertips. Enjoy a cup of mulled wine, a bite of sweet chimney cake and a dash...

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Cave Church

Cave Church

Budapest

The unusual Cave Church only reopened in 1991; its entrance having been concreted over by the Communists in 1951. Nowadays it's back in the hands of the Pauline monks who created it inside a natural cave within...

0.9 Km to Gellert Hill - Map