The Elizabeth Lookout is a historic lookout tower on János Hill above Budapest. Built in 1911, the tower was named after Empress Elisabeth, wife of Emperor Franz Joseph I. Frigyes Schulek was the architect. The tower is near Budapest's District XII, and may be reached from the Széll Kálmán tér of Budapest. At first, there was a low wooden platform, which was demolished. After that, Frederick Gluck had an idea, to raise a stone tower and then he started gathering investors for the project. Budapest city approved the project in 1907 and Schulek Frederick received the commission to build the tower. The construction started in 1908 and Paul Kluczinger was the construction manager. The tower was built from haraszti limestone. The lookout named after Queen Elizabeth, who visited the mountain in 1882.Download Download See more
Daily: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Official website http://www.janoshegyikilato.hu/
Address Erzsébet kilátó út, 1121, Hungary
Coordinates 47°31'5.474" N 18°57'33.381" E