Visegrád

30 kms from Budapest lies a town that has been the kings’ residency for a long time in the Middle Ages. Visegrád was occupied by the romans, the celtics and the germanics as well. It was founded in 1009 and the Castle was built in the 1250s. The Holy Crown was kept in the treasury of the castle. King Mathias, the righteous started to improve the town with building operations and we can state that this was the golden age of Visegrád. Since that it has been a place for many historical events and now is a very popular tourist destination.

These are the things you should visit if you are in Visegrád:

Citadel
Várhegy
Opening hours: Open every day! 9:00-18:00
Tickets: 850-1700 HUF
Click here for more information!

Mátyás Király Museum 
23-29. Fő Street
Opening hours: Closed on Mondays! Tuesday-Sunday 9:00-17:00
Tickets: 550-1100 HUF

Pálinka Museum
1. Rév Street
Opening hours: Closed on Mondays! Tuesday-Sunday 10:00-18:00
Tickets: 400-500 HUF
Click here for more information!

Find out more about Visegrád here!

 

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