Ave Natura Camping Budapest

Welcome to Budapest, welcome to the Ave Natura Camping, situated at the green fringes of the town, in the forested Buda Hills, offering you fresh air and hospitality.

Ave Natura Camping Budapest

Wir grüßen Sie aus unserem familiären, im Gründgürtel Budapests gelegenen Camping, umgeben von Wäldern und guttuendem Erholungsklima!

Camping Ave Natura Boedapest

Welkom in Boedapest, omgeven door bossen, frisse lucht en gezellige sfeer!

Hungary 1121. Budapest
Csermely u. 3.







N 47° 30’51.9”
E 18° 58’22,7”

Lat 47.514137
Lon 18.972951

Let us introduce you the Ave Natura Camping in Budapest!

A camping site, only 5 km out of the city centre!

The newly opened, family-run camping is about 5km out of the city centre, immediately neighbouring the Zugliget ‘Niche’ Camping. Our site is around 6000 m2, is mainly grass-covered, and dotted with leafy trees and shrubs, offering a variety of pitches from shady terraces to sunnier flat areas. The site is especially suitable for setting up groups of tents (for families, school-groups, bicycle-tours, etc.). We accommodate motor caravans (motor homes or camper vans) as well.

From our camping the centre of Budapest is just a 25-minutes journey away by public transport. From the main transport hub of Buda, Széll Kálmán tér (previously Moszkva tér, Moscow square), the main tourist attractions of Buda, the Royal Palace with its museums, and the famous Matthias Church among them, are easily reachable on foot or by the castle bus. The other, Pest-side of the Danube ( the Parliament Building, the Basilica, the Millenary Monument) is also accessible from here by the Metro’s No. 2, (red) line, as-well-as by bus or tram.

Our services match European standars.

We have two newly renovated wash-blocks, with controlable hot/cold water showers, wash-basins and sinks, the use of which is included in the price. We also have washing machines for your convenience.

Free Internet (WI-FI) use!

Guests returning from the city are greeted by fresh air and an environment encouraging walks or bicycle-rides in the surrounding hills. The chair-lift terminal next door provides easy access to the highest point in the Buda Hills, the János hegy, and its unforgettable panorama to the capital city.

There is a fast and easy way to the Sziget Festival from our camp sight. Take bus No. 291 and get off at the Buda side of Margaret Bridge. Here you change to the suburban railway No. 5 (HÉV 5), witch takes you to the Filatorigát stop, where the festival is. The whole journey takes approximately 50 minutes.