Walking tours in the Buda Castle Cave (Guided tour in English)


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Nature and history: Discover the secrets of the Castle District

Participants of our guided walking tours can catch a glimpse of a 3,3 km long cave system hiding underneath the streets of the Castle District and discover the history and the unique geology of the Buda Castle Hill.

In one of the most extraordinary caves in Hungary the tour will take you to a journey through time: natural limestone caverns and 800-year-old man-made cellars were interconnected to a labyrinth that was used in a variety of ways, from wine cellars, bomb shelters to even a medieval prison. In its present form the cave system is showing the result of the combined work of man and nature throughout many centuries.

The walking tour takes place in a cave environment on paved roads with lighting.
The inside temperature is 12°C (54° Fahrenheit), suitable clothing and comfortable shoes are recommended.
The number of participants is limited to 25 people at a time.

The tour is recommended from the age of 12.

Meeting point: at Holy Trinity Column / Szentháromság Square, right next to Matthias Church (address: 1014 Budapest, Szentháromság tér)

Duration of the tour: approximately 1,5-2 hours
Length of the tour: 1,5 km

Save trees, save paper - Please do NOT print your ticket! If possible, download your ticket and show it on your smartphone or on your tablet (instead of printing).

For more information: www.castlecave.hu

For guided tours in Hungarian click here: Var-barlangi-seta-(magyar-nyelvu-vezetes)

You do not need to print your tickets

No tour dates available? Contact us to book a tour date for your family or your group (5 - 25 people).
Email: varbarlang@dinpi.hu

How does it work?
Step 1: Book a specific time and date for your group of at least 5 people via email.
Step 2: receive confirmation
Step 3: your tour date will now appear on our website - please buy the tickets for your group online.
Step 4: see you on our tour! :-)

Online ticket sale only!

Thank you for your understanding.

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