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We spent a day on Margaret Island, it was easy to get to via bus and tram to Margarets Bridge, then a short walk to the island itself. There are various forms of transport once on the island that you can hire, from scooters to...More
We walked around Buda and Pest for almost 18 chilometers, were dead tired, and then 'stumbled' into Margaret Island (on our way back from Buda to Pest) ... it attracted us to the point that we decided to ... take a walk. We unwinded, relaxed,...More
Margaret Island is right in the middle of the city and a quick and easy way to get outside, into nature and have some great views without having to make a big effort. There are running and walking tracks available and places along the way...More
Fabulous park right in the centre of the bridge between Buda and Pest. Enormous area to see and take in all the different plants and flowers and buidlings within the park, You can also get a little car train all the way around, trip takes...More
Take you time to walk around this island park located just outside the center of town in the middle of the Danube River. Both walking and jogging paths through a mix or areas and fountains. Don't rush and allow yourself at least three hours to...More
For Budapest, this island between the banks of the Danube represents a green oasis, especially during summer when its emerald spaces are much enjoyed by both locals and tourists. The gardens here are very picturesque; the flowers in full bloom give the landscape a variety of hues; the fountains add an air of freshness, making walks peaceful, joyful and romantic. A leisurely stroll will uncover a variety of
sites, even the ruins of a medieval Franciscan church and convent are still visible.