Surrounded by the Danube river, famous for its ancient trees and its beautiful gardens; Margaret Island is a historical place in the middle of the Hungarian capital of Budapest, full of beautiful spots that make it one of the most popular and most pleasant sightseeing destinations in the city.
We advise you to come to the island with enough water and sunscreen during the summer as you might end up staying quite some time in the island’s gardens! Picnics and social gatherings are frequent among locals and travelers alike. It is indeed a great spot for relaxing and enjoying a sunny day!
Referred to as Margitsziget in Hungarian, the island is named after Saint Margaret, Margit, the daughter of the 13th-century King Béla. She was one of the most loved princesses of Hungarian history, and as a tourist it is worth knowing about her life and personal story.
Whether you want to discover the island’s gardens, the pools or the historical places, make sure to make the most of your time with our emission-free vehicles!
We are Go Mobility, a company focused on green and innovative mobility solutions. We have 7 years of experience renting bikes, go karts and electric vehicles on Margaret Island, helping both tourists and locals alike to have fun in their time in this relaxing getaway from the city.
Take our rentals for a ride to explore one of the most relaxing and pleasant parks in Europe, the unique fairy garden of Margaret Island!
We offer rentals ranging from 30 minutes to a full day (available rental durations vary by vehicle type). Our full price list is available here.
Make sure to discover the island’s history and main sights with us! We’ll be happy to drop you any hints and tips for you during your visit.
“Did you know that Saint Margit was born in the Kingdom of Croatia? Being the last daughter in a family of 10 siblings, her father promised to God to send her to a monastery if the Mongol invasion was repelled. Later on, her father tried to marry her, to which she refused… ”
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