Right in the heart of Pest, here you'll find some of the city's top attractions right next to each other
A Venerable Budapest Recreation Classic
This park has been the premiere cultural, recreational and entertainment-packed playground for locals for more than a century (in fact, it was one of Europe's earliest public parks). The Városliget, in the heart of Pest, packs a lot into its 120 hectares (300 acres), such as the city zoo and botanical garden; the Capital Circus; Vajdahunyad Castle and its lake/ skating rink; Széchenyi Thermal Baths; the Museum of Fine Arts; and a famous restaurant called Gundel. All this, plus the fresh air and greenery, means City Park has pretty much something for everyone; many visitors find themselves returning more than once during their Budapest sojourn.