Hild Square is in the heart of the Hungarian capital, located close to Budapest Eye and Hungary’s iconic Chain Bridge. Now, the square and its playground have been beautifully renewed.
According to Demokrata, the playground of the square is the first of its kind. Its design theme is centred around the Kuflik tales of András Dániel. Furthermore, it is accessible even for kids with disabilities. On yesterday’s opening day, families were welcomed with cheerful celebration, children’s storytelling, concerts and various other kids’ programmes.
The Fidesz mayor of the district, Péter Szentgyörgyvölgy, said that community effort played a huge role in the creation of the project, and they are proud to have the first playground suitable for disabled children. They planted thirteen new trees in the area using special green techniques and water-saving methods. He highlighted their aim was to create a modern public space and a family-friendly park. The project was co-financed by the local government, the Szerencsejáték Ltd and Hungarian state energy giant MVM. A toilet, a nappy changing table and a drinking fountain also serve the visitors.
- Magnificent downtown Budapest square to be renewed – Read more HERE
- Renewed Buda Castle will look astonishing – Check out the details and some photos in THIS article
Here is a video and some photos:
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