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MONDAY 25TH NOVEMBER 2019
A THING TO DO THIS MONDAY

in BUDAPEST
PRICE: 4000 forint (adult)
TIME: 1 hour
Twenty metres below Budapest, the Hospital in the Rock treated hundreds of patients as war was raging above ground during the Second World War, and then again during the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. Explore their stories of bravery and secrecy with a tour - they run hourly in English from 10am to 7pm, beginning from the entrance in Lovas Street, at the foot of the castle wall.
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BUDAPEST
47.5°N, 19.04°E

Sunrise: 08:02
Sunset: 16:58
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