At Easter the Labyrinth of Buda Castle offers a unique program for everyone. Wandering in the maze lined with candles has become a tradition in the Labyrinth of Buda Castle on holidays. There are 1001 candles burning on Easter Monday – One for a thousand.
In April each year, between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m., the mysterious halls and passages of the Labyrinth of Buda Castle can be wandered in the light of 1001 candles. There are little surprises hidden in the cave grottos: the Easter treasures of the Labyrinth. The entrance fee is 600 HUF (children ticket) to everyone.
The Labyrinth of Buda Castle, which is open non-stop since March, awaits guests who are seeking for a meditative wandering at night, on Easter weekend as well. Visitors starting their night-time one-person path-finding walk can choose a companion, a soul-guide from the most powerful authors of Europe. In the pitch-black labyrinth, where only the Labyrinth lantern helps us to find our way, the invisible labyrinth-thread is represented by the impressive visions and impulses of great Europen authors such as Dante, Hölderlin or Rilke, Hungarian authors such as Ady, József Attila or Pilinszky, but Mozart or Saint Augustine could lead you as well. The tickets for the Daytime Programs can be used once again for one of the Night-time Programs. For the Night-time Programs booking is required, which can be done at their website.