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Godollo: The Royal Palace of Gödöllő Ticket

1. Godollo: The Royal Palace of Gödöllő Ticket

Travel back in time through three generations of the Grassalkovich family as you pass through the rooms of the Royal Palace of Gödöllő, built in the 18th century. Get a glimpse into the Habsburg Dynasty and all its splendor.  Explore the royal palace as it was when residence to Empress Sisi and Emperor Franz Joseph. See for yourself why it was the couple’s favorite summer residence. The elaborate baroque furnishings, private chambers, and myriad paintings on display promise to take you back to the time of the monarchy. There was also a time in history when the palace had a secret side. Explore this at the end of your tour — it’s up to you to discover the mysteries.

Budapest: Private 3-Hour Gödöllő Palace Tour

2. Budapest: Private 3-Hour Gödöllő Palace Tour

Get to know the former Queen Elisabeth, also known as Sisi, and King Francis Joseph I on this private 3-hour tour of Gödöllő Palace. Tour the baroque palace and enjoy learning about the beloved queen and the history of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Depart from Budapest and relax on a 30-minute drive to the former summer residence of Queen Elisabeth (Sisi) and Francis Joseph (Habsburg Emperor and Hungarian King 1867-1916) in Gödöllő. Your visit will give you a glimpse of times under the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Also become acquainted with the secrets of the private life, hidden doors, rooms, and lovers of the royal couple. After your guided tour through the Gödöllő Palace, have the opportunity to enjoy a coffee and to look around in the souvenir shop before heading back to Budapest.

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What people are saying about Gödöllő

When arriving by car, have coins ready for the parking lot (440F/h). You will be guided through the castle with an audio guide (1500F, which is not included in the ticket). It's very informative. A must for all Sissi fans. The children can answer riddles at several stations and thus receive a solution word at the end. So it's also great from a pedagogical point of view. There were a few groups of children on the move, but they were very quiet and attentive to their museum educators. An unusual picture for us Germans. Loudly screaming, aggressive and selfish adolescents are more the norm here.

Beautiful palace, and kind staff.

We enjoyed the loan of a wheelchair that allowed our elderly parent to visit too. I had to help the person controlling the tickets to scan my ticket-mobil, but it was with a smile and good will.

We were able to go directly to the premises with our tickets & didn't have to queue at the cash desk. The QR code on the mobile phone was accepted.

A must for all Sisi fans. Audio guide is not absolutely necessary, there are text explanations everywhere, also in German.

Me ha gustado mucho aunque me faltó ver alguna habitación de la reina Sisi