Budapest - Obuda & Buda Hills (Chapter)
This is the Obuda & Buda Hills chapter from Lonely Planet’s Budapest guidebook.
Obuda, the oldest part of Buda, retains a lost-in-the-past village feel; you’ll find excellent museums, the remains of Roman Aquincum and legendary eateries. The Buda Hills are a breath of fresh air and will delight kids of all ages.
- tour the Buda Hills by three of the most unusual conveyances you’re likely to encounter: the Cog Railway up, the unique Children’s Railway through the hills, and the Chairlift down
- walk backwards in time by strolling though Roman-era Aquincum
- restaurants & bars
- explore the world beneath you by visiting any of the Buda Hills’ three caves: Matyashegy, Palvölgy or Szemlőhegy
Coverage includes: Neighbourhood Top Five, Local Life, Getting There & Away, Sights, Walking Tour, Eating, Drinking & Nightlife, Entertainment, Sleeping and Shopping.
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