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As of my last update in September 2021, Budapest, the capital city of Hungary, has several parks and green spaces where residents and visitors can relax, enjoy nature, and engage in various outdoor activities. Here is a list of some of the major parks in Budapest:

  1. City Park (Városliget): One of Budapest’s largest and most famous parks, City Park offers a wide range of attractions, including Vajdahunyad Castle, Széchenyi Thermal Bath, Budapest Zoo, and the iconic Heroes’ Square.
  2. Margaret Island (Margitsziget): Located in the middle of the Danube River, Margaret Island is a popular recreational area with landscaped gardens, jogging paths, sports facilities, and thermal baths.
  3. Gellért Hill (Gellérthegy): Although more of a hill than a traditional park, Gellért Hill offers panoramic views of Budapest and has green areas where people can hike and relax.
  4. Millenáris Park: This modern park is located in Buda and hosts cultural events, exhibitions, and various festivals throughout the year.
  5. Kopaszi Dam (Kopaszi-gát): Situated along the Danube River, this park provides a tranquil escape from the city and is a popular spot for walking, jogging, and enjoying the waterfront.
  6. Orczy Park (Orczy-kert): One of the oldest public parks in Budapest, Orczy Park offers playgrounds, sports facilities, and green spaces for leisure activities.
  7. Normafa: Located in the Buda Hills, Normafa is a popular destination for hiking and picnics, especially during the warmer months.
  8. Vérmező: This park is situated in Buda and features large open spaces, making it a suitable location for sports and recreational activities.
  9. Népliget: One of the largest parks in Budapest, Népliget is perfect for walks, sports, and relaxation.

Please note that there might be other parks, smaller green spaces, or changes in the park infrastructure that have occurred after my last update. I recommend checking with local sources for the most up-to-date information on parks in Budapest.