Buda Castle Labyrinth
The Labyrinth under the Castle Hill is a part of the vast Castle Hill cave system. This is the easiest one to visit, as there are no ladders, just stairs to climb
The Turks had transformed the original drip-stone caves into a system of tunnels and cellars.
During World War 2 the labyrinth served as a bomb shelter. Today, the Buda Castle Labyrinth features a little well, which has real red wine flowing from it. You can also find some pre-historic cave-paintings - children, too, love the place.
Address: 1014 Budapest, Úri utca 9
Phone: +36 1 212 0207
Public Transport Access: Bus 16 Dísz tér stop
Opening hours: 09: 30 am – 7:30 pm