Buda Castle Overview
Comprising many of the important medieval monuments and museums, the Buda Castle is built to protect and safeguard Tartar and Mongol attacks. Although most of the castle had been restored now, it witnessed severe damage during the historical World War II.

The 18th-century castle is a massive 200 room palace that has now been renovated to house Hungarian National Gallery in the main wing and the Budapest History Museum in the south wing, occupying four floors.
It is primarily illuminated at night, and the courtyards remain open all day long. Emerging as the best tourist places in Budapest, the castle is ideal for individuals interested in art, architecture, and history.

Location: Budapest, Szent Gyorgy ter 2, 1014 Hungary

Best time: March to May and September to October

Highlights: Exceptional sculptures, architecture, prints, and paintings
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