The Hungarian Cup is the second most famous competition in Hungarian football after the Hungarian championship. The cup winners qualify for the Europa Conference League. The competition was known as the MOL Hungarian Cup for the first time in the 2020-2021 season, and this season fans were able to hear the cup anthem for the first time.
The city from a bird's eye view
The centre of Budapest, which is easily accessible by public transport from the Puskás Arena, welcomes visitors with many exciting sights. From the 65-metre-high circular terrace of the St. Stephen’s Basilica you can admire the city from a bird’s eye view. Fitter visitors can climb the 364 steps, but there is also a lift to the dome to admire the geometry of the city’s rooftops, boulevards and avenues, the church towers, the Parliament, Gellért Hill, the Castle as well as the contours of Széchenyi Hill and János Hill. Don’t miss the Basilica treasury, the Holy Right Hand - which is a relic of King Stephen - as well as the tomb of Ferenc Puskás.