Sas Hill

23.09.2018 - 23.09.2019

Autumn lends itself to a hiking around the Hungarian capital. Surrounded by a verdant nature reserve, a triple-peaked rocky mini-mountain towering above central Buda is just a short bus ride away from the city. Spanning 30 hectares, Sas Hill is a dolomite-covered landmark with a panoramic pathway, home to the rare Hungarian barberry plant, foxes and lizards. A lookout point provides wraparound views over much of Buda and Pest, including far-reaching vistas over the Danube, Buda Castle, Parliament, the Budapest Eye, Citadel and Margaret Island. The visitor centre is open until November 4th. To reach it, take line 8E from Ferenciek tere and follow the instructions featured in this article.

Venue

Budapešť, Sashegy, Maďarsko

Price

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