Gellert Hill and Statue

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4 expert recommendations


Afar Magazine

You can find an amazing citadel perched on the southern most hill of Budapest. Full review →


Frommer's 33

Towering 235m (750 ft) above the Danube, Gellért Hegy offers the city's best panorama on a clear day (bus no. 27 from Móricz Zsigmond körtér to Búsuló Juhász-Citadella). Full review →


Lonely Planet

Looking down on Elizabeth Bridge from Gellért Hill is a large and quite theatrical monument to St Gellért, an Italian missionary invited to Hungary by King Stephen to convert the natives. Full review →


Michelin Guide 54

One of the most characteristic features of the right bank of the Danube. Full review →

According to legend, Gellért Hill was popular with witches and wizards, who met here for their Sabbath nights.

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