Vaydahunyad Castle in Budapest is an exact replica of an ancient fortress in Transylvania in the 13th century, which belonged to the monks of the Hungarian Hunyadi. Vaydahunyad Castle is located in one of the parks of the capital and is a romantic tourist attraction. Its history began in 1886, during the millennium celebrations of Hungary. Designed by architect Ignatz Alpari was decided to build a historic castle, which would be publicly demonstrated various architectural elements of the most famous historic buildings in the country. It was originally called "historic pavilion" and was a wooden scenery for plays. Castle liked people so much so that in 1904 it was reconstructed - in stone.
Today the castle is impressive Vaydahunyad amazing combination of Romanesque and Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance. The castle often hosts festivals and make movies. In one of its premises is the Museum of Agriculture, which attracts visitors to the wine exposition and collection of hunting trophies.
To get to the castle Vaydahunyad possible on the subway, on the city bus number 10, 30, 105, trolleybus number 70, 72, 75, 79, and the number 1 tram.