Sas-Hill Visitor Center

Sas-hegy (Fotó: Gál Enikő)

Living museum in the heart of Budapest! Interactive exhibition, outdoor terrariums, magnificent view of the city from its panoramic terrace, guided tours on the nature trail.



1112 Budapest, Tájék u. 26.

How to get here:

From Keleti railway station take bus 8 to "Korompai street" or from the Széll Kálmán tér, take tram 59 to "Farkasréti temető". GPS: 47.48237, 19.01791


Csóka Szilvia



+36 30 408 4370


From March to October. Weekends and holidays between 10.00 and 18:00. We arrange guided tours at the weekdays for groups (don't forget to call us/write to us ahead!)


Name Full price Discount price
Exhibition, observation point and a guided tour 2 300 HUF/person 1 700 HUF/person
Exhibition and observation point 1 000 HUF/person 800 HUF/person
Registration ticket - 100 HUF/person
English language guided tour for groups (book in advance is necessary) . 3 000 HUF/person

Credit card payment is also possible.

Registration ticket:
- children (0-3 years old),
- visitors with disabilities (the accompanying person gets entry for this fee too).

Discount Price:
The discount prices are valid for: retired, children, students and teachers.

Pál-völgyi Cave

The Pál-völgyi Cave in Budapest was discovered in 1904 and it is accessible for the public since 1919. The Cave is famous for its unique dripstones, the narrow corridors and the large level differences are also very typical. The 500-metre long route has lately been modernized and adjusted for the highest requirements. It takes the visitor to the most astonishing stone formations, drip stones, glittering calcium-crystals and prints of primeval shells. At some parts the perfect acoustics of the halls can also be experienced.


Szemlő-hegyi Cave

Visiting the Szemlő-hegyi Cave is ideal for school and preschool groups, families and tourists as well because a real fairy-tale world is waiting for them here.

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