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Clark Adam ter, Budapest 1013, Hungary
District I / Buda
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Reviewed 29 May 2018 via mobile

Clark Adam was a Scottish Engineer who helped build Budapest’s iconic Chain Bridge and the Square which bears his name is in Buda as you head over the Chain Bridge over The Danube into Pest. Not quite a square but more of a Roundabout really....More

Thank Ashley A
Reviewed 2 May 2018

Adam Clark was a Scottish civil engineer who is best known for his career in Hungary - his most famous work is the Chain Bridge! Hungarians are (obviously) not very impressed with the work of Mr Clark ... which is almost unbelievable - because that...More

Thank Hrvoje P
Reviewed 11 February 2018

A small and nice square at Buda side of town. Zero km monument at middle. Worth to see on your way to Buda castle.

Thank mmikko
Reviewed 4 August 2017 via mobile

One of the busiest places in Budapest, yet very important square for traffic on Buda side of Budapest, because of a tunnel which goes under the Castle hill and its connection with the Chain bridge, which is done via this square and its roundabout.

Thank Aleksandar S
Reviewed 24 June 2017

This square is at the Buda end of the Chain bridge. The funicular up to the Buda Castle starts here. Due to the works on the Chain Bridge it will be closed for more than 1 year.

Thank 545medva
Reviewed 29 May 2017

The Square was ok, but really thought the adjacent tunnel he built was amazing. Our tour guide said the tunnel was tiled in 1973 and the walls are washed every Thursday while the ceiling is washed only two times a year. As we drove through...More

Thank AmandaOldRog
Reviewed 23 April 2017

This is an average/ ok square to go in many directions. On one side you have the road which goes to the front of Buda Castle. On opposite side the road goes to Fisherman's Bastion. Right in the front is the famous Chain bridge. From...More

Thank Partha Pratim M
Reviewed 6 April 2017

As I read in this summer will start the restoration, rebuilding of the Chain Bridge, the Tunnel, and Clark Adam square, and especially the square never will be same again. Maybe it will more attractive than now? It’s possible. So, I came to have a...More

Thank stinkwink
Reviewed 28 March 2017 via mobile

Wanted to go on the venicular but that was closed Had something to eat and drink from the.kiost overpriced rude ignorant Daylight robbery In addition pickpockets were in operation Not nice

Thank mc c
Reviewed 27 March 2017 via mobile

CLARKS ADAM SQUARE is not so much a square but more of an area with a bit of Park land and a café and a means of getting up to the castle district either by the funicular or by walking up. The square offers great...More

Thank Neil K
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District I / Buda
The historical center to a city with a multifarious
and intricate past, Buda has some of the most
outstanding buildings in Europe and an enviable
natural landscape with stunning views onto the Danube.
Centered around the Royal Palace, it provides a
glimpse into the golden years of the Austro-Hungarian
empire and the lives led by the aristocracy at the
time. Matthias Church, beside the palace, hosted many
...More
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