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Budapest leisure and sport (Budapest)

Entertainment and health sports are becoming every more popular in Budapest. Dozens of joggers, young and old, are to be seen in the capital’s parks (and primarily on Margaret Island) from morning to evening. Besides the Hajos Alfred National Sports Swimming Pool, the most popular pool on Margaret Island, there are more than 25 other strands, swimming pools or medicinal baths in the capital.

Budapest Leisure and sport
Entertainment and health sports are becoming every more popular in Budapest. Dozens of joggers, young and old, are to be seen in the capital’s parks (and primarily on Margaret Island) from morning to evening. Besides the Hajos Alfred National Sports Swimming Pool, the most popular pool on Margaret Island, there are more than 25 other strands, swimming pools or medicinal baths in the capital.
The city is networked by many cycle paths, and in winter (between December and March) the City Park lake is transformed into Central Europe’s largest open-air skating rink (in summer it functions as a boating lake). The Buda Hills are generally suitable for skiing and sledging between December and February. The following is a list of just a few of the near countless fashionable sport offers around town. 
 
BOWLING
Mammut Bowling Club Budapest, II. Lovohaz utca 2–6 
Strike Bowling Club Budapest, XI. Budafoki út 111–113 
Westend Bowling Club Budapest, VI., Vaci út 1–3 (Westend City Center)
FITNESS CLUBS 
 
Astoria Fitness Studio Budapest, V., Karoly korút 4  
Gold’s Gym – Mammut 2 Shopping Center Budapest, II., Lovúhaz utca 2–6 
Római Fit-Forma Studio Budapest, III., Monostori út 31 
Bokreta Fittness Studio Budapest, IX., Bokreta str. 
 
GO-CART 
 
Budaring Go-Cart Budapest XI., Budaorsi ut (at the Floracoop flower market) 
 
SKATEBOARD, ROLLER SKATING 
 
Gorzenal Budapest, III., Arpad fejedelem utja 46, March–November: daily 9 am–6 pm/10 am–5pm  
 
SQUASH A & TSH Budapest, I., Palya utca 9  
City Squash & Fitness Budapest, II., Marcibanyi ter 13  
Top Squash-Mammut Shopping Center Budapest, II., Lovohaz utca 2–6   
 
RIDING
Favorit Riding Club Budapest, XVI., Mókus utca 23 
Petnehazy Horse-Riding School Budapest, II., Feketefej utca 2
TENNIS 
 
Római Tennis Academy Budapest, III., Kiralyok utja 105 
Varosmajor Tennis Academy Budapest XII., Varosmajor utca 63–69  
 
 
Funfair Budapest, XIV., Allatkerti korut 14–16, Apr–Sept: 10 am–8 pm Oct.–March: only Sat and Sun: 10 am–7 pm  
 
Municipal Zoo and Botanical Garden Budapest, XIV., Allatkerti korut 6–12, Jan, Feb, Nov, Dec: 9 am–4 pm, March, April, Sept, Oct: 9 am–5 pm, May–Aug: Mon–Thur: 9 am–6 pm, Fri–Sun: 9 am–7 pm  
 
Buda Castle Labyrinth Budapest, I., Uri utca 9,  
 
Railway History Park Budapest, XIV., Tatai ut 95,
15–31 March: 10 am–3 pm, 1 April–29 October:10 am–6 pm, 31 October–17 December: 10 am–3 pm, closed: Monday
One of Europe’s largest open-air railway museums has nearly 100 rail curiosities, the majority still in good working order; Interactive games (drive a locomotive, locomotive simulator, rail-car, operate the turntable, model railway, car converted for rails, horse-drawn tram, “rail cycle”); Exhibitions (locomotives, carriages, railway equipment, objects, fittings); Railway nostalgia shop, Nostalgia cafe, playground;
Nostalgia Train: runs 1 April–29 October (Bp. Western (Nyugati) Railway Station–Railway History Park)  
 
Ice Terrace WestEnd City Center Roof Garden,
Budapest, VI., Vaci ut 1–3 Ice rink on the roof;
special events (Halloween, Santa Claus, Christmas, carnival season, Valentine’s Day), weekends late night ice disco. 
 
Palace of Wonders Budapest, II., Lovohaz utca 39,
Mon–Fri: 9 am–6 pm, Sat–Sun.: 10 am–7 pm
Blue Metro to Lehel square, and then a 5 minute walkThis unique interactive playhouse proves to young and old alike that the world is a fascinating place. Children are invited to watch “Palace of Wonders” experiments, and to gain an appreciation of the world around them through scientific games. 
 
Municipal Grand Circus Budapest, XIV., Allatkerti korut 12  
 
Aquarena Mogyoród aquapark
Mogyorod, Vízipark ut 1 (next to Hungaroring racetrack),
1 May–30 Sept: Mon–Sun: 9 am–7 pm
1.5-km over- and underground chute, 8 pools covering a total 3500 square metres, 26 slides, acrobat pool, slow river, cave, Jacuzzi  
 
Tropicarium Budapest
Campona Shopping Mall
Budapest, XXII., Nagytetenyi ut 37–45,
Anyone interested in the world of water and rainforests will want to see Hungary’s only fantastic indoor “fauna paradise” covering an area of 3000 square metres. Gaze in awe at the seven sharks each a metre-and-a-half-long as they glide around the giant aquarium. These are the kids’ favourites!
Bus 14, 114 from Kosztolanyi Dezso Square 
 
Planetarium Budapest, X., Nepliget ,
Tue–Sun: 9 am–4 pm
Blue line to Nepliget 
 
Buda Castle Funicular Railway
Operating between Clark Adam Square and Buda Castle.
7.30 am–10.30 pm. No service on even Monday 
 
Water-taxi
Private (“tailored”) programmes by luxury motorboat or luxury yacht. (Budapest sightseeing, tours to Szentendre, Visegrad, Esztergom) Sport programmes: water-skiing, wakeboard, tube, banana. 
 
Stroll-bikes Budapest, XIII., Margaret Island, Palatinus beach (weekends only between 1 Nov–31 March) 
 
Brigohinto (family pedal ‘bikes’)
Japanese Garden 8 am–dusk, holidays: 9 am–dusk

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