Buda Castle Labyrinth
Golden Eagle Pharmacy
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Hospital in the Rock
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Buda Castle Labyrinth information
This 1200m-long cave system, located some 16m under the Castle District, looks at how the caves have been used since prehistoric times in five separate labyrinths encompassing 10 halls. It’s all good fun and a relief from the heat on a hot summer’s day – it’s always 20°C down here – but it can get pretty scary if you lose your way. After 6pm the visit is lamp-lit.