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Day Trips Outside of Budapest
Right at the top of most visitors lists of places to visit during their time in Budapest, is the town of Szentendre.
Located about 16 km. to the north of Budapest and directly on the banks of the River Danube, Szentendre is a picturesque little town with a charming town square, cobbled streets, narrow alleys, churches, colorful Baroque buildings and houses and a multitude of cafes with outside terraces, bars, wine cellars, restaurants, museums, galleries and shops.
Szentendre is also known as an artists centre and art lovers will certainly find a visit to the Margit Kovacs ceramics museum a worthwhile experience.
For information about Margit Kovacs, please see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margit_Kovacs
The Szamos Marzipan Museum is also a major tourist attraction. Featuring sculptures made entirely from marzipan, including a 160 cm tall scale model of the Hungarian Parliament.
About 3km out of the main town centre is the 46 ha. Szentendre Skanzen
Open-Air Ethnographic Museum, which features almost 350 original and
reconstructed buildings from all parts of Hungary, including a 17th. century
church, a windmill, numerous buildings such as houses, farm houses,
school room, shops etc., all furnished with the original furniture and fittings.
A visit to the Skanzen is just like going back a couple of hundred years in
time and certainly worth a visit.
How to get to Szentendre from Budapest
Take the Budapest suburban train (HÉV) from Batthyány tér or Margit Hid stations in Budapest. The journey to Szentendre takes about 45 minutes. The town centre is about 10-15 minutes walking distance from Szentendre station.
By Boat: (Daily from May to September and on weekends only in April and October)
From Vigado ter or Batthyány tér on the Buda side of Budapest. The boat docks right by Szentendre centre
.For timetable and fares, please see:
See boat trips on the River Danube to other destinations.
Follow road number 11, heading north on the Buda side of Budapest. See map on left.
Szentendre Main Square
Typical Szentendre Shop Front
Szamos Marzipan Museum Video Slide Show
Slide show of the Skanzen Open-Air Museum with some traditional folk music
Slide show of Szentendre
Slide show featuring some well photographed images
of Budapest and other Hungarian cities
Budapest VacationService...Szentendre Tourist Information, Trips and Clips