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Labyrinth of Buda Castle
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The Labyrinth beneath Budapest’s Castle Hill is where Vlad Tepes was held captive and tortured for 14 years, starting in 1463. We remember him now as Vlad the Impaler, better known as “Count Dracula” (though the tale is only fiction).
A great great place to explore the underground tunnel system that wiggles its way all under buda castle. Great on hot summer days as it tends to be little cooler downstairs. Quite sport with not a lot of tourist but really romantic. It was where our first date was with my girlfriend.
Are you brave enough for Vampire Hunt in the Labyrinth? The Castle Hill is best known for its underground “guest” of the 15th century – as King Matthias’s captive – Vlad Tepes, the famous Count Dracula was imprisoned here. Go after the souls of the dead, in the footsteps of vampires. Visit the…
The Labyrinth of Buda Castle was the largest exhibition of cave and cellar system until 1983-2011. Since the exhibition co-operated for decades, many people have been identified in the public mind Cas