About Budapest

Budapest is the capital and by far the most populous city of Hungary and one of the largest cities in the European Union. A leading global city with strengths in commerce, finance, media, art, fashion, research, technology, education, and entertainment. 

Budapest is cited as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Among Budapest's important museums and cultural institutions, the city also has around 80 geothermal springs, the largest thermal water cave system, second largest synagogue, and third largest Parliament building in the world. Budapest attracts 4.4 million international tourists per year.


Points of Interest

  Buda Castle  The Royal Palace is one of the most emblematic architectural masterpieces of the cityscape. The Castle was home to kings in the Middle Ages.    Read more    ||    Map

Buda Castle
The Royal Palace is one of the most emblematic architectural masterpieces of the cityscape. The Castle was home to kings in the Middle Ages.

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Gellért Hill / Citadella
This gemstone is one of the top tourist attractions of the city thanks to the magnificent panorama from the top of its cliffs facing the Danube.

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  Margaret Island  Refered to as the green heart of Budapest, is a huge green park with promenades and benches, waterpark and running track for the sporty.    Read more    ||    Map

Margaret Island
Refered to as the green heart of Budapest, is a huge green park with promenades and benches, waterpark and running track for the sporty.

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  Heroes's Square   The most distinctive and most spacious square of Budapest was built in 1896, to commemorate the first 1000 years of the Hungarian state.    Read more    ||    Map

Heroes's Square

The most distinctive and most spacious square of Budapest was built in 1896, to commemorate the first 1000 years of the Hungarian state.

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  Vajdahunyad Castle  The castle, standing on an artificial island and accessible through four bridges, is one of the most eminent piece of romantic historicism.    Read more    ||    Map

Vajdahunyad Castle
The castle, standing on an artificial island and accessible through four bridges, is one of the most eminent piece of romantic historicism.

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  Danube Boat Tour  One of the best ways to see the breathtaking beauty of the city is to choose from wide variety of boat trips, and just drift up and down the Danube.    Read more

Danube Boat Tour
One of the best ways to see the breathtaking beauty of the city is to choose from wide variety of boat trips, and just drift up and down the Danube.

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  Tram #2  Hopping on Tram #2 is considered one of the most beautiful and cheapest ways of sight-seeing in Budapest, as it goes by the riverside of Danube.    Read more    ||    Map

Tram #2
Hopping on Tram #2 is considered one of the most beautiful and cheapest ways of sight-seeing in Budapest, as it goes by the riverside of Danube.

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  Andrássy Avenue  Often called the Hungarian Champs-Élysées, it was built for the millennial celebrations of 1896 and connects Városliget and the Deák Square area.    Read more    ||    Map

Andrássy Avenue
Often called the Hungarian Champs-Élysées, it was built for the millennial celebrations of 1896 and connects Városliget and the Deák Square area.

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  Hungarian State Opera  The opera, opened in 1884, is a splendid example of neo-Renaissance stylents. The auditorium has the 3rd best acoustics in Europe.    Read more    ||    Map

Hungarian State Opera
The opera, opened in 1884, is a splendid example of neo-Renaissance stylents. The auditorium has the 3rd best acoustics in Europe.

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  Chain Bridge  The world-famous landmark was the first permanent bridge on the Danube, and has symbolized the connection between East and West.    Read more    ||    Map

Chain Bridge
The world-famous landmark was the first permanent bridge on the Danube, and has symbolized the connection between East and West.

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  Gellért Bath  The best known historical bath opened its gates in 1918. The complex offers recreational bathing as well as medical and beauty treatments.    Read more    ||    Map

Gellért Bath
The best known historical bath opened its gates in 1918. The complex offers recreational bathing as well as medical and beauty treatments.

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  Széchenyi Bath  Széchenyi is o­ne of the largest spa complexes in Europe and the most popular bath among locals. A world famous symbol of Budapest.    Read more    ||    Map

Széchenyi Bath
Széchenyi is o­ne of the largest spa complexes in Europe and the most popular bath among locals. A world famous symbol of Budapest.

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  Rudas Bath  The saunas, steam rooms, the sunbathing terrace all adds to the prestige and popularity of Rudas, which has been in business since 1520.    Read more    ||    Map

Rudas Bath
The saunas, steam rooms, the sunbathing terrace all adds to the prestige and popularity of Rudas, which has been in business since 1520.

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  Vörösmarty Square  Surrounded with varied architecture, it is the most elegant pedestrian zone in Budapest, In every December here you'll find the main Christmas Fair.    Read more    ||    Map

Vörösmarty Square
Surrounded with varied architecture, it is the most elegant pedestrian zone in Budapest, In every December here you'll find the main Christmas Fair.

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  Central Market Hall  The beautiful building opened in 1897 is still renowned for its great variety of fresh fruits, cheeses and other Hungarian delicacies.    Read more    ||    Map

Central Market Hall
The beautiful building opened in 1897 is still renowned for its great variety of fresh fruits, cheeses and other Hungarian delicacies.

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  Palace of Arts (Müpa)  Since its opening in 2005, the concert hall is regarded as one of the best in Europe. It also won architectural awards for its cutting-edge design.    Read more    ||    Map

Palace of Arts (Müpa)
Since its opening in 2005, the concert hall is regarded as one of the best in Europe. It also won architectural awards for its cutting-edge design.

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  Hungarian National Museum  The largest museum of Hungary is a unique beauty in itself. It introduces Hungarian culture and history and is a must see for both locals and foreigners.    Read more    ||    Map

Hungarian National Museum
The largest museum of Hungary is a unique beauty in itself. It introduces Hungarian culture and history and is a must see for both locals and foreigners.

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  House of Terror  The museum commemorates the victims of the fascist and communist regimes of Hungary in the 20th century.    Read more    ||    Map

House of Terror
The museum commemorates the victims of the fascist and communist regimes of Hungary in the 20th century.

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  St.Stephen's Basilica  The interior of the largest church of Budapest is characterized by rich ornamentation; the huge windows radiate dignity. A famous musical venue.    Read more    ||    Map

St.Stephen's Basilica
The interior of the largest church of Budapest is characterized by rich ornamentation; the huge windows radiate dignity. A famous musical venue.

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  Kazinczy Street Synagogue  The gigantic building complex dominates its neighbourhood. The interior is decorated with decorative stonework that supports glass windows.    Read more    ||    Map

Kazinczy Street Synagogue
The gigantic building complex dominates its neighbourhood. The interior is decorated with decorative stonework that supports glass windows.

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  Matthias Church  The church was built in 1015, shortly after the country’s conversion to the Christian faith. It is a great example of Central-European gothic style.    Read more    ||    Map

Matthias Church
The church was built in 1015, shortly after the country’s conversion to the Christian faith. It is a great example of Central-European gothic style.

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