Little Princess StatueCurrently Open
- Address: Budapest, Belgrád rkp., 1051 Hungary
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:45 Mins
- Tags: Statue, Family And Kids
Little Princess Statue - Review
Just like the Danube Promenade, the Little Princess Statue is also of utmost importance to Budapest. It is in a way the representation of the artistic Budapest. What is important about this statue is that its inspiration came to the artist very simply.Laszlo Marton was the sculptor of this sign of Budapest. He got inspired by his 6 year old daughter who used to used her bathrobes as mantle and put up acts of being a princess just for fun. Marton saw this one day and immediately had the idea of this sculpture. Over time this sculpture is seen as a representation of Budapest in various places.
Little Princess Statue Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
Little Princess Statue Hours
- You can visit the statue anytime of the day.
How To reach Little Princess Statue by Public Transport
- Nearby tram station: Vigado ter
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Things to Know Before Visiting Little Princess Statue
3.17% of people who visit Budapest include Little Princess Statue in their plan
30% of people start their Little Princess Statue visit around 09 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Little Princess Statue
88.89% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Little Princess Statue
Little Princess Statue Trips
Little Princess Statue, Budapest Reviews
It's a statue, a nice statue with a nice background. Great for photographers but not worth going out of your way to see. If you do want to see it keep your eyes peeled, we walked past it twice and only spotted it after giving up and sitting down at a nearby bar for a coffee!
The little princess statue and Buda palace can be seen in the same frame with a stunning surrounding.İTs ashort walk from Vaci utca,famous street of Budapest...
a touch of romantism in the street not to be missed
Beautiful story behind this little sculpture perched on a railing by the river. Must visit :) The knees are rubbed gold because in Budapest there is an old superstition that rubbing monuments will bring luck. This will be a theme around the city,
Great place for a photo.