GOLDEN PARK HOTEL**** BUDAPEST IN THE CITY CENTER
Golden Park Hotel Budapest can be a perfect starting point of your itinerary in the city of Budapest and its features guarantee an ideal stay for those who visit Budapest for business purposes. For guests arriving with discount flights, Golden Park Hotel Budapest provides a location close to all significant sights and tourist attractions, great service and comfortable accommodation in our hotel in Budapest.
The 100 year old impressive building has a unique, stunning facade, by the Eastern Railway Station (Keleti Pu.), the most important transportation center of the city. The cultural center of Budapest, with the Danube and symbols of Budapest: the Fishermen’s Bastion, Gellért Hill and Parliament can be reached by public transport in a couple of minutes.
From our hotel in Budapest, almost all sights of the city can be easily reached by metro, bus, or trolley, but the most beautiful park of the city, Városliget (City Park), that in itself offers several unique sights, can be reached in a 10 minute walk. Our Budapest hotel located near the shopping center Arena Plaza one of Europe’s largest shopping centers.
BUDAPEST CITY OF SPAS
Budapest is truly the city of spas, the only capital in Europe that houses so many thermal baths and thermal springs all over the city. In 1934 Budapest was officially ranked as a “City of Spas.” Today the baths are frequented by all generations thanks to the variety and unique atmoshpere of them. Let's see the most important ones!
Széchenyi Thermal Bath - the largest
Located in the spacious green City Park, this is the largest spa of the city, the first to open on the Pest side. Open each day from 6 am to 10 pm. The three outdoor pools are open throughout the year, including winter. Indoors there are over ten separate pools, and a whole host of medical treatments is also available.
Sights: Heroes’ Square
The most renowned and perhaps most stunning square in Budapest. The gigantic square’s three main elements are the Art Gallery, built in 1896, the Museum of Fine Arts built in eclectic style, and the Millenary Monument that connects and unites them. The square was built in 1986, for the millenary celebrations of the arrival of Hungarians to the Carpathian Basin, and the constructions were finished in 1929. This is when the monument of the unknown soldier—the monument of national heroes—was placed in its symbolic center, and this is when it received its name „Heroes’ Square.
Museum of Fine Arts
The collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, which offer insight into all periods of European Fine Arts, include artworks by world famous artists, the number of art objects is over one hundred thousand. The inventory of the museum is at the moment divided to six large collections: the Egyptian, Antique, Old Master Sculptures, the Old Master Paintings, the Modern Collection, and the Graphic Arts Collection. Its permanent and temporary exhibitions showcase the highest quality works from the collections. www.szepmuveszeti.hu
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Golden Park Hotel Budapest
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