Budapest Garden is 13,000 sqm of outdoor fun on the banks of the Danube (between Margaret Bridge and Árpád Bridge). The space offers cosy terraces and lots of exciting leisure activities. Alone, in couples, with family, friends, or colleagues – no matter how you arrive, a day well spent is guaranteed! Best of all, admission is usually free, and there's even a free open-air cinema from Wednesday to Saturday all summer long (check if the film is screened in its original language). However, some events require a day pass or season ticket: click their website or Facebook page for details. This massive area has a trampoline park, a skate park, a beach volleyball court, a football pitch, a playground, a bouncy castle for the little ones, and a firefighting park. Budapest Garden is a multifunctional entertainment centre, which is hard to leave. Fortunately, they are open every day of the week, from 10 am to 11 pm from Sunday to Thursday and from 10 am to 1 am on Friday and Saturday. If you get hungry, there is a separate Street Food Court where you can try delicacies from Kolbice, Őrház BBQ, Láng-Fánk, Paneer and Deep Burger.
There is also a barbecue and a grill. The Garden also offers a wide range of children's activities and sometimes organises camps. All in all, there is no doubt that the Budapest Garden is one of the best places to sit out in Budapest, with its vast green, parkland surroundings.
At the Mystery Hotel Budapest, you can not only check into suites resembling a painter's studio or having the Mona Lisa hung above the bed, but feast, clink your glasses, and even unwind in a unique spa.