The 17,300-hectare hunting ground of Budakeszi is located in the heart of the Buda Hills north of Budapest. This contiguous forest is bordered to the south by the capital city and to the north by the Pilis Mountains. Due to its rich wildlife population and generous meadows, hunters are drawn back to this area time and again. The habitats are ideal for mouflon, wild boar, and fallow deer populations. A game reserve with various sources of food covering almost 2,200 hectares provides optimal conditions for hunting wild boars, which are a significant game target.

  • average trophy: 75 cm
  • outstanding trophy: 101 cm
  • hunting area: 17 300 ha