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  • Budapest Card: Public Transport, 30+ Top Attractions & Tours

    1. Budapest Card: Public Transport, 30+ Top Attractions & Tours

    Simply pick up your card at one of the 5 Budapestinfo Points in the city and you can start exploring and using free public transportation. Some of the most popular museums that can be visited free of charge with the Budapest Card: • The Hungarian National Gallery including a permanent exhibition about Hungarian Art and other temporary exhibitions • Hungarian National Museum • Museum of Fine Arts • The Budapest History Museum in the Buda Castle  • Memento Park  • Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center • The Hungarian House of Photography - the Mai Manó House • The Ludwig Museum • Aquincum Open Air Museum • Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts • Victor Vasarely Museum • Kiscelli Museum • Bartók Béla Memorial House • New Budapest Gallery • Museum of Hungarian Customs and Finance Guard • Hungarian Museum of Trade and Tourism • Óbuda Museum • The Goldberger Textile Collection Some of the...

    I liked a lot the card, I used it mostly for the transportation. The museums that they are included are not the most common ones but is OK, I saved some money going in the ones that I liked most so I could definitely recommend it.

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What people are saying about Budapest History Museum

Overall rating

2.4 / 5

based on 10 reviews

A great way to easily discover the city. With many extras. Only the free walking tour of the Budapestcard is not recommended. You actually only get to hear here you get a discount there you get a discount waste of your 2 hours

Very interesting. The guide gets to the point and explains very well the story Driver at the top, who was waiting for us each time and explain very well what was going to happen and what we were going to do.

Many good museums and activities which were completely free and in many places we got a 15-20% discount. Public transport works really well in Budapest and is very easy to find out.

The BudapestCard is super practical as it includes a large number of attractions. For us it was definitely cheaper than if we had bought all the tickets on site.

It is very convenient to have free transport. Of course, in three days a lot of what is included in the map could not be used.