Located between Elizabeth Bridge and Liberty Bridge ( Várbalang ), Gellért Hill (235m) is one of the most characteristic features of the right bank of the Danube. In the 19C, the hill's slopes were covered in vines, later wiped out by phylloxera. According to legend, Gellért Hill was popular with witches and wizards, who met here for their Sabbath nights. At the foot of the hill, the Gellért ( Gellértfürdo ) and Rudas ( Rudas Gyógyfürdo ) baths are fed by numerous thermal springs.
Address:Kelenhegyi út Budapest