Ó means 'ancient' in Hungarian; as its name suggests, Óbuda is the oldest part of Buda. The Romans established Aquincum, a key military...
Budapest contains some 200 caves and several can be visited on walk-through guided tours (usually in Hungarian). Most of the hostels...
Thermae Maiores Baths Museum
Built in the 2nd century AD for the Roman garrisons stationed at Aquincum, these baths featured a gymnastics hall, sweat rooms and hot...
Operating since the 1970s, this traditional yet very elegant Hungarian restaurant has an antique-cluttered dining room and attentive...
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Kiscell Museum information
Housed in an 18th-century monastery, this museum contains two excellent sections. In the Contemporary City History Collection (Újkori Várostörténeti Gyűjtemény) you’ll find a complete 19th-century apothecary brought from Kálvin tér; a wonderful assembly of ancient signboards advertising shops and other trades; and rooms dressed in Empire, Biedermeier and Art Nouveau furniture and bric-a-brac. The Municipal Picture Gallery (Fővárosi Képtár), with its impressive collection of works by József Rippl-Rónai, Lajos Tihanyi, István Csók and Béla Czóbel, is upstairs.