Statue Of Imre NagyCurrently Open
- Address: Statue of Imre Nagy, Budapest, 1054 Hungary
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:45 Mins
- Tags: Statue, Family And Kids
Statue Of Imre Nagy - Review
There is politics in the air of Budapest since time immemorial. This statue of Imre Nagy is just a reminder of the influence that the government had on Hungary. In his time, Imre Nagy acted as the prime minister of Hungary twice. In his second term, he was overthrown as his government was not backed by the Soviet. He was tried in the year 1958 and was not given a deserved burial. In the year 1989, he had a re burial at Heroes Square and about 20,000 people gathered for the funeral. Today, his statue faces the Parliament building and is a representative of freedom.
Statue Of Imre Nagy Ticket Prices
- Free entry
Statue Of Imre Nagy Hours
- Daylight hours are recommended for the visit.
How To reach Statue Of Imre Nagy by Public Transport
- Nearby bus station: Pasareti ter
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3.34% of people who visit Budapest include Statue Of Imre Nagy in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
60% of people start their Statue Of Imre Nagy visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Statue Of Imre Nagy
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Statue Of Imre Nagy, Budapest Reviews
Interesting statue on a slippery rickety wooden bridge. I guess it belongs to some local popular revolutionist. A pretty good and scenic spot to take pictures with the parliament visible behind.
Famous statue. Situated near the Parliament Building. Great photo opportunity here with the Parliament building in the background. Be careful, bridge is very slippery.
A lovely tribute to a very popular figure from the 1956 revolution. It's just off the south east corner of the parliament complex. If you try to walk on the bridge beware that it can be very slippery.
Very symbolic statue... has a great meaning
Great place for photos—it has a nice view of the parlament. The bridge can be very slippery though.