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Heroes' Square, Budapest

4.5
#5 of 265 in Historic Sites in Hungary
Must see · Historic Site · Monument
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Visit a number of historic landmarks in one stop at Heroes' Square, where you can see the Museum of Fine Arts, the Palace of Art, and City Park. This square, a popular spot for tourists, also features the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the statue of Archangel Gabriel, and the Millennium Monument, which opened in 1896. The adjacent City Park is a World Heritage Site. Besides its own historical relevance, this square is also the meeting place of a number of cultural centers. It is flanked on both sides by competing art museums and faces out to the famous Andrassy Avenue. Add Heroes' Square to your Budapest travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Budapest trip itinerary planning tool.
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  • Heroes’ Square is one of the most magical and largest squares in Budapest. Located in front of the City Park, at the end of Andrassy Avenue, the monument was built in 1896 to commemorate Hungary’s... 
    Heroes’ Square is one of the most magical and largest squares in Budapest. Located in front of the City Park, at the end of Andrassy Avenue, the monument was built in 1896 to commemorate Hungary’s...  more »
  • A very imposing square with huge statues dedicated to Hungarian history. The square leads onto the City Park which is a gorgeous area in the centre of the city. Flat paths and some impressive... 
    A very imposing square with huge statues dedicated to Hungarian history. The square leads onto the City Park which is a gorgeous area in the centre of the city. Flat paths and some impressive...  more »
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  • Im giving this a four star as although the monuments are spectacular, and very akin to Vatican city style pillars that curve, there is a huge square that could be much more vibrant but remains bear. Fisherman's Bastion was much more impressive in my opinion.
  • Must visit. Statues are amazing and looks vivid. Place usually full of tourists and you can walk behind them to enjoy watching other places around

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