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The island is a great getaway. The fountain is programmed to music. I nice lace to sit and watch the kids play. It ls a long island and you can spend several hours there. Be sure and get a map. I didn't see it all....More
This is a totally awful invention that plays the same tracks every hour day in, day out. It keeps the residents of the city awake at all hours, and is extremely disturbing. It should be switched off! Or, at least, its hours of operation curtailed,...More
We visited Margaret Island on a beautiful sunny day and as we crossed the bridge and headed onto the Island we were met by the beautiful musical fountain. Stunning against a deep blue sky! Definitely worth a visit combined with a walk around the Island...More
I highly recommend just sitting here and let yourself be entertained by the water spectacle of the fountain. Bring your video camera to record it. Every hour the fountain will give its watershow to music. When I was there they played "Paint it black" and...More
This was a great incentive for me to head to Margaret (Margit) Island. I enjoyed the walk up the river and the fountain is at the entry to the island so you don't have to walk the length of it. The fountain attracts a small...More
For Budapest, this island between the banks of the Danube represents a green oasis, especially during summer when its emerald spaces are much enjoyed by both locals and tourists. The gardens here are very picturesque; the flowers in full bloom give the landscape a variety of hues; the fountains add an air of freshness, making walks peaceful, joyful and romantic. A leisurely stroll will uncover a variety of
sites, even the ruins of a medieval Franciscan church and convent are still visible.