City Park Tour - Bonus Cache
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The Bonus cache of City Park Tour in Budapest is a medium size plastic container, Travel Bugs and Geocoins are welcome. The cache is not at the listed coordinates. To locate the cache you have to find the other 4 caches of the City Park Tour and collect the codes of the coordinates in the following order:
Heroes' Square - City Park Tour 1
Szechenyi Bath - City Park Tour 2
Vajdahunyad Castle - City Park Tour 3
Museum of Transportation - City Park Tour 4
The cache is at N 47° AB.CDE and E 019° VW.XYZ.
Update: the cache's location has been compromised so the cache was moved by 30 meters. Since the original hiding place was quite popular it remained part of the challenge. By collecting the codes you will be able to find the original hiding place and within you will find the final coordinates of the real cahe.
Budapest's City Park was created as a public park in the first decades of the 19th century; the present-day name, Városliget - City Park was accepted soon after. Main sights are the Millennium Monument, one of Budapest's emblematic sights (1905); the Museum of Fine Arts (Szépmuvészeti Múzeum, 1906); the Palace of Art (Mucsarnok, 1895); Vajdahunyad Castle, presenting the major art styles and housing the Agricultural Museum today (first built in 1896, in its present state finished in 1907); Széchenyi Medicinal Baths and Swimming Pool (Széchenyi fürdo), one of Europe's largest bath complexes (1913); the Zoo and Botanical Garden (founded in 1866, built in its present state in 1912, expanded and improved since several times); the Budapest Circus (1971) the Budapest Amusement Park (Vidám Park); the Gundel Restaurant, one of Hungary's most famous, founded in 1879 (residing in its present building since 1894); the Transport Museum of Budapest (1899); City Park Pond (Városligeti-tó), used as an ice rink in winter, the largest outdoor skating-rink in Central Europe (1926), with a hall built in 1894 and the Time Wheel (Idokerék, 2004).
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