Accesible: M1 Budakeszi lays on the south-western incline of the János Mountain, and is a town with special aptitudes. According to a record from the year 1296 became it its name after the ancient Hungarian tribe Keszi. The first monuments referring to its inhabitants come from the Neolithic age, and from the Roman times it was constantly populated. Its most important monuments are the catholic church, the Owl Castle, the Kálvária Chapel, the Stone Cross and the Chapel of the Supporting Saints.... tovább ts. The excursionist’s beloved objective is the Wildlife Park, which functions now since 25 years.
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