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Wekerle District

Near the Hatar Ut subway stop, Budapest, Hungary
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Great for Károly Kós "Transylvanian style" architecture

A bit of a trek out on the Metro Line 3 to Határ út and then a 10 minute walk to the main square... read more

Reviewed 7 September 2017
A little paradise

Having spent a total of 4 weeks in hectic Budapest, on our last day of this trip we wanted to see... read more

Reviewed 6 July 2017
Jeffrey F
Ilkeston, United Kingdom
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“art nouveau” (2 reviews)
“metro line” (2 reviews)
“hatar” (2 reviews)
Near the Hatar Ut subway stop, Budapest, Hungary
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Reviewed 7 September 2017

A bit of a trek out on the Metro Line 3 to Határ út and then a 10 minute walk to the main square which is lined with buildings which seem to be the flagship structures of the estate which covers a large area which...More

Thank brixtontrev
Reviewed 6 July 2017

Having spent a total of 4 weeks in hectic Budapest, on our last day of this trip we wanted to see something different. Having read about it on line we took the M3 Metro line to Hatar Ut (just a stop before the airport) to...More

1  Thank Jeffrey F
Reviewed 21 December 2015

Having lived here for 10 years I would never have thought of visiting this tranquil oasis of Art Nouveau houses built by some of the great architects of the period..1908 to 1925. However it is Christmas 2015 as I write and our carol choir travelled...More

2  Thank filmex
Reviewed 29 September 2015

One of many faces of the city. I enjoyed walking along the streets and watching the beautiful and unusual family houses. Every house is different and every one has its own genius loci. The central square with park and church is nice too. I don't...More

1  Thank VesperLynn
Reviewed 2 September 2015

Wekerle estate is a large residential area built in the local secession (art nouveau) style. It was very interesting to see the architecture, it's a beautiful area. I visited early on a Monday, it was quiet and peaceful, and I spent a couple of hours...More

Thank Maritrol
Reviewed 4 April 2015

for fans of art deco/nouveau, this garden city in the suburbs of budapest (and kind of on the way to the airport, with a slight detour) is worth a visit for a peaceful stroll around the artists and planners vision that is the wekerle estate....More

Thank zzao
Reviewed 22 March 2015

It is a beautiful village in the city. It is a town on its own. It is outstanding, sweet, familiar, calm. A place where birds are waking you up, children are running around and in the night you can still listen to the silence. All...More

Thank Patrícia M
Reviewed 28 July 2011

I ventured to this area after reading about it online. It is well worth the effort of getting to it. Built at the beginning of the last century to house white collar workers it was a utopian concept. It seems to have worked. There is...More

2  Thank zanzibarsamarkand
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