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Take a short walk to many important Budapest landmarks

art’otel budapest is close to the Budapest’s Castle District with many important sights, so you are able to take a short walk and visit the Royal Palace, a historic palace complex of the Hungarian kings from the 13th century, the Matthias Church, one of the most unique churches from the 11th century, medieval houses, many museums, cafes and restaurants.

Located in the historic centre of the city, art’otel budapest provides its guests with views of the city skyline, the Danube River and the Buda Castle. It is also located near the Batthyány Square metro station, so other Budapest attractions are also easy to reach.

During your stay in Budapest, be sure to explore this charming city and retrace its history.

Enjoy closeness to following Budapest highlights:

  • Halászbástya (Fisherman’s Bastion) (0.5 km)
    The Fisherman’s Bastion is a combination of Neo-Gothic and Neo-Romanesque architecture and it was built in the beginning of the 20th century. This bastion features turrets and seven pointed towers and it offers amazing views of the city.
    T: +36 1 458 3000
  • Mátyás-Templom (Matthias Church) (0.5 km)
    Matthias Church is located on the Castle Hill and it is dating back to the Middle Age. It is one of the most unique churches, combining different architectural styles with an interior inspired by orientalism and romantic historicism.
    T: +36 1 489 0716
  • Széchenyi Chain Bridge (0.5 km)
    The Chain Bridge was built in the middle of the 19th century and it was the first bridge to connect Pest and Buda. It is the oldest and the most known bridge of Budapest.
  • Magyar Nemzeti Galéria (Hungarian National Gallery) (0.7 km)
    Located in Buda Castle, the Hungarian National Gallery hosts 17,000 works of Medieval, Renaissance, Gothic and Baroque art.
    T: +36 1 201 9082
  • Országház (Hungarian National Assembly) (2 km)
    Many Art Rooms of the hotel offer an amazing view of the Hungarian Parliament, one of the most imposing buildings of Neo-Gothic architecture and the world’s third largest Parliament building.
    T: +36 1 441 4000
  • Batthyány Square (0.5 km)
    Named after the first Prime Minister of Hungary, Batthyány square is located opposite the Hungarian Parliament and known for the Church of Saint Anne and for its market hall.
  • Magyar Állami Operaház (Hungarian State Opera) (2 km)
    Built in Neo-Renaissance style, the Hungarian State Opera House is one of the most beautiful opera houses in the world.
    T: +36 1 814 7100
  • Gellert Spa (3 km)
    One of favourite baths of Budapest offers numerous pools and spa treatments during all year. Visit Gellert Spa, relax after an exciting day in Budapest and enjoy elegance of the near one hundred year old Gellert Spa.
    T: +36 1 466 6166
  • Margitsziget (Margaret Island) (3 km)
    This historic park hides the ruins of a Franciscan church from the 13th century, as well as a Premonstratensian chapel. In 1908, the Margaret Island was declared public and serves as a recreational park with various sports establishments, like the Palatinus water park, tennis courts and an athletics centre.
  • Felszabadulási Emlékmu (The Citadel/Liberty Statue) (3.5 km)
    The Gellert Hill offers stunning views of Budapest and it is one of the favourite excursion spots of Budapest. It houses the Citadel, a fortress on the top of the hill, with the Statue of Liberty in front of it, as a symbol of Hungary’s liberation from the Nazi rule.

 

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