Liberty Mountain is located on the Buda side of Budapest, Hungary. It is named after the sculpture of the Statue of Liberty on the top of the mountain. In addition to the sculpture on the top of the mountain, there is a castle on the mountain. Unfortunately, it seems that it has not been opened to the public for a long time. The Liberty Mountain is also a good place to overlook the Danube and the city of Pest. In addition, there is a viewpoint on the side facing the Buda Palace, where the symbol of the city's World Heritage List is located here.
There is a statue of liberty on this mountain, not very big, is very small. Maybe many people come here because of this.
Liberty Mountain and Castle Mountain are the most famous first-line landscapes on the Buda side
Although the mountain is not high, the excellent location by the Danube still makes the buildings on the mountain very eye-catching
The most famous sculpture looks like a Statue of Liberty, facing the river and east, and this mountain has the name of Liberty Mountain.
You can also climb up here along the mountain path. There are abundant vegetation along the way, which is suitable for exercising.
Liberty Mountain is a classic check-in attraction. It belongs to the commanding heights of Budapest. It overlooks the Danube River and the night view of Budapest. You can climb up from the Liberty Bridge and go up the mountain road in about ten minutes. The environment is super good, the air is very fresh, the view is open, and the thoughts are continuous. With Buda on the left and Pest on the right, you can also see the Parliament Building, Buda Palace and the Old City of Pest in the distance, overlooking the Elizabeth Bridge and the Szechenyi Chain Bridge. Tourists who come to travel must not miss it. Especially recommended!
At five o'clock in the morning, I crossed the white bridge and headed towards the Freedom Mountain, and walked quickly to reach the [Freedom Bridge], also known as the Green Bridge. One end is connected to the central vegetable market in Perth and the other is at the foot of the Freedom Mountain in Buda. "Mount Liberty" is derived from the Statue of Liberty on the mountain. Travelers also call it the literal name "Mount Geret". It is 235 meters above sea level and overlooks the panoramic view of Budapest from the top of the mountain. Reaching the top of the mountain, the view is wide and the air is fresh. There are many people doing morning exercises, some of them are jogging, practicing yoga, and walking dogs. Like the locals, I breathe in the fresh air and quietly revel in the free mountain.
The Liberty Mountain is the highest place in the center of Budapest, 235 meters above sea level. It is named Liberty Mountain because of the Statue of Liberty on the top. Standing on the vantage point of the mountain, you can overlook the entire city of Budapest and the horizon far away from the city. Budapest, outlined by the sunset or night lights, shows another side of the city and is very charming.
Mount Geret is also called Liberty Mountain. On the side of Liberty Bridge, it is recommended to go up the mountain at night to overlook the night view of the city. The mountain is not high, and it takes less than half an hour to climb to the top of the mountain. It is a free attraction and is worth recommending.
Liberty Mountain is also known as Geithner Mountain. It is the commanding height of Budapest on the Buda side. There is a statue of Liberty on the mountain to commemorate the Soviet Red Army. Later, due to a change in ideology, the Soviet Red Army changed from the People's Liberation Army to an occupying army. The imprint of the Soviet Red Army around the Statue of Liberty was erased, but the statue remained. This attraction is relatively deserted and there are not many tourists coming, but it is also good to see the scenery of Budapest on both sides of the strait.