Anna Meadow (Anna-rét) is yet another reason why we love Buda. This textbook excursion spot is halfway between Normafa and the topmost stop of the Chairlift. It's easy to recognize it by the abundance of urban dwellers having a picnic, barbecuing, and playing on its expansive green field. There are some trees providing nice shade, designated spots for campfires, and there's also a playground, but the Saint Anne Chapel and the Szarvas-kút (Deer Fountain) are also worth your time if you are in the area – especially since they say that the deer of King Matthias’s wildlife park used to drink from the latter. Anna Meadow is the perfect place to spend some time with family, friends, or to have a date, but if you are up to a 20-minute walk, then head towards János Hill and look down from Tündér-szikla (Fairy Rock). It's worth it.
How to get there: Anna Meadow is only about 20-25 minutes away from Széll Kálmán Square by buses 21 and 21A – take these and get off at the Normafa stop. Then walk for about 2 minutes to get to the clearing which is located approximately 500 meters away from Normafa.
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