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Royal Palace of Gödöllő

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Beautifully restored halls, royal suites

Beautifully restored halls, royal suites

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Élményséta Erzsébet királynéval

Élményséta Erzsébet királynéval

Élményséta Erzsébet királynéval

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Baroque Theatre

Baroque Theatre

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Palace Park

Palace Park

Take relaxing walks in our romantic garden

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Queen Elizabeth and Gödöllő

Queen Elizabeth and Gödöllő The first time that Elizabeth visited the Gödöllő palace, which was offered as Coronation gift to Elizabeth and Francis Joseph I, was on 11 May 1867. Francis Joseph I was obliged by his coronation oath, taken in 1867, to spend regular periods of time in Hungary. To this end, the Hungarian government wished to please the royal couple by placing at their disposal not only the Castle in Buda as political headquarters, but also residences in the countryside suitable for relaxation. Of these, however, only the plan for Gödöllő came to fruition. Count Antal Grassalkovich I (1694–1771), one of the most notable aristocrats of the 18th century, began construction of the largest Baroque palace in Hungary around 1735. After his family died out it had several owners before being bought by the Hungarian government in 1867. Following a quick reconstruction the Palace and the park were placed at the disposal of Francis Joseph and Elisabeth as a coronation gift.
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 Queen Elizabeth and Gödöllő
 Queen Elizabeth and Gödöllő

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Opening hours

Opening hours

Monday-Sunday 10:00-18:00


Address

Address

Hungary 2100 Gödöllő Grassalkovich-palace, 5852


Ticket prices

Ticket prices

Adult 3.200 Ft
Student 1.800 Ft
Family 6.500 Ft

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Monday-Sunday 10:00-18:00


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