SZÉCHENYI HILL (Sváb hill) strands tall with its 427 meters as part of the Buda Hills. In the Middle Ages, it was known as Négy (“Four”) Hill. With the establishment of Budapest, the area became rather trendy among the wealthy and there were many villas built in the area. The Cogwheel Railway made this region more accessible, and the Children’s Railway helps the traversal as well. From here, especially from Normafa, there is a wonderful view of the capital. (1121 Budapest, Széchenyi-hegy)
1927. Középen, a fákkal, cserjékkel sűrűn benőtt rész a diakonisszák kertje. A régi könyvtár épülete Urszinyi vagy Berthóty villa néven volt ismert. Balra a Széchenyi utcán erős takarásban látható Stark Adolf szülőháza is.
Occupying a grand 19th century whitewashed villa in downtown Budapest, Mirage Fashion Hotel opened in November, 2012. The neo-renaissance façade hides 37 stylish rooms decked out in color-clash tartan prints and a cozy bar. Its killer location puts you within walking distance of Budapest’s leafy City Park and Europe’s largest thermal bath, Széchenyi.