The capital of Hungary is one of the most beautiful cities in the heart of Central Europe: Budapest will blow you away! The charming city is located on the breezy Danube river, so the weather is always nice. Budapest is all about historical sights, brilliant culture and delicious traditional food!
There are so many iconic landmarks shaping this amazing city: the Chain Bridge, Buda Castle, Margaret Island and Széchenyi Thermal Bath just to name a few. It is impossible to get bored! Budapest is famous for its thermal baths, which are both the legacy of Roman times and the Turkish occupation. If you travel to Budapest, you must visit at least one of these baths. The most popular ones in Budapest include Gellért and Rudas Baths: it is a matter of taste, which one you prefer!
Budapest is definitely a gourmet city: for a nice time just go out and have a traditional Hungarian dinner. You must try the legendary Hungarian dish Goulash and the famous Tokaj wines at least once in your lifetime! You can find many great restaurants and local cafés in the city offering delicious Hungarian specialities.
If you’re more interested in the lively nightlife, then you are at the right place: check out the famous so-called ruin pubs in the city centre. From local underground music to hip dance clubs you can find everything there for a night to remember. Dance the night away, or just enjoy a nice glass of Hungarian wine: it is the ultimate Budapest experience!
Fisherman's Bastion is one of the most famous monuments in Budapest. It is located in the I. district in the neighbourhood of the Buda Castle. It was built in Neo-Romanesque style in the years of 1895-1902 according to the plans of Frigyes Schulek in place of former castle walls. It was named after the medieval guild of fishermen who defended this part of the walls. From the towers and terraces of the Fisherman's Bastion, you can enjoy the wonderful panoramic view of the Danube River, the Margaret Island, the Pest side and the Gellert Hill.
It was built at the turn of the 19th and 20th century, the Parliament building quickly became the symbol of Budapest and a dominant part of the panorama of the Danube river. It is a typically eclectic building with many small spiers and ornaments, one of the most decorated structures in the capital. It is considered one of the largest national seats in the world.
The Castle Hill is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The old layout of streets, gothic and medieval monuments and the Royal Castle date back originally to the 13th century. In front of the castle, there is a large square with a monument of Turul, which is a mythological bird in the Hungarian legendry.
Book a transfer in a mini bus or coach to and from Budapest Airport (Ferihegy 2) and Budapest City Centre (Deák tér). This is a shared service. The transfer drops off and picks up passengers at the given point(s) in the city only. You can now book a door-to-door transfer in a comfortable mini bus or car between Budapest Airport and Budapest. The transfer will pick you up/drop you off at the desired address. This is a shared service – we pick up passengers at different locations. Book a private car between Budapest Airport and Budapest city. The service can only be booked to and from hotels.
Metro network in Budapest is where history and modern technology meets. There are 4 metro lines in total, including the M1, the so-called Millenial Underground Railway, the first on continental Europe, and the M4, where the automated trains run among modern, high-tech, state-of-the-art stations.
The yellow vehicles run up and down in the city, such as tram 2, which runs along the river Danube, and have been voted in the top 10 most scenic routes in the world.
Street food revolution has risen in the past few years in Budapest. If you are curious about everyday eats, check out the food market (Belvárosi Piac) in Hold Street.
Do you want to feel some retro atmosphere? Visit Memento Park, which collects statues and sculptures from the Hungarian People's Republic, together with other relics from this era.
Looking for some adventure? Try out an escape room, a thematic experience with challenging riddles, puzzles, and games!
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