The Budai Tájvédelmi Körzet translates to the Buda Landscape Protection Area. It is located in the northwest region of Budapest and was instituted in 1978 as part of an effort to preserve the area’s natural commodities. The Buda Landscape Protection Area is home to several rare and endangered species of plants and animals.
Among the areas many botanical rarities are Seseli leucospermum, Buda moor grass, The Pilis flax, and Vincetoxicum pannonicum. The animals that exist in this area include snake-eyed skinks, predatory bush crickets, black woodpeckers, and rare types of cave-dwelling bats.
Visitors are free to enter the Buda Landscape Protection Area throughout the entire year. However, if you wish to venture into the highly protected zones, you must make sure to remain on the pathways and not harm anything growing or living in the compound. This is a great opportunity to experience Hungary's many natural wonders!