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Assuming you are getting to the museum by the HEV train, you would head south and walk along the perimeter of the compound in order to get to the entrance. Unless you are a serious history buff and want to see the ruins up close...More
This "gem"in visiting Budapest is an example of the continuation and need of governments of the day,from whatever side of the political spectrum there core values are focused to ensure adequate funding is set aside for national and world wide treasures of historical significance and...More
I have recently visited the Aquincum Archaeological Park on the recommendation of a friend, as we are both interested in Roman history and the cult of Mithras.
We wanted to say how impressed we were by the site, especially the wealth of objects in the...More
This museum, located about 30-45 minutes from Pest, via the HEV, and then a bit of a walk, It is part indoors and part outdoors, It is well laid out and you will come out of it with a greater understanding and appreciation of how...More
I enjoy studying history, and ancient history is one of my favourites, especially anything to do with the Roman empire. So, when I found out that this ancient sight wasn't too far away from the main city of Budapest, my wife and I decided to...More
Quite a maze of buildings surrounded by arcades full of stonework, with 2 museums, one bewitch a Roman organ. A ticket for here gets you free entry at one of the other city historical museum sites, and vice versa, the obvious one being the Castle...More
We arrived at 9 am and had the place to ourselves. The exposed foundations/ruins were great and we enjoyed wandering around taking pictures and admiring the romans skills. Don’t miss all the artifacts in the cover structure! Good stuff!
One of the largest archaeological parks in Hungary, the excavated site comprises approximately one quarter of the area of the Roman Town of Aquincum, which was occupied in the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD. You can reach the site by the train HEV5 which runs...More
Aquincum was a city within the Roman Empire that was built to guard the trade routes. The ruins of the city can be found in the northern part of Budapest (on the Pest side very near to the Danube). We learned that the city had...More
It's a Roman site. After they suppressed the rebels in Judea (with many casualties), they enslaved hundreds of thousands of remaining citizens. Jewish status was very bad in the Roman era since then, and you are not likely... More
It's a Roman site. After they suppressed the rebels in Judea (with many casualties), they enslaved hundreds of thousands of remaining citizens. Jewish status was very bad in the Roman era since then, and you are not likely to find any Jewish remains from then.
Response from EpicArcher | Reviewed this property |
Yes the prices are split but it would be a shame to miss the museum. It holds one of the few late Roman helms ever found and it is just incredible. You will also have to pay a further fee in order to take photos.