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A scenic drive takes you to the beautiful Danube Bend, where you can view some of Hungary's grandest sights. Visit the mighty Esztergom Basilica, enjoy breat...
Save time and money with the Budapest Card’s discounts at museums, spas, and restaurants. Enjoy 2 walking tours, admission to Lukács Thermal Bath and Pool, a...
Buda and Pest, the twin jewels of the mighty Danube, reveal some of their stunning sights on this relaxing river cruise. Sit back with a drink as you glide u...
Discover the history and architectural beauty of Budapest on an unlimited hop-on hop-off bus tour. With a 24, 48, or 72 hour pass, you can explore the Hunagr...
The imposing Buda Castle overlooks the city from its elevated position atop Castle Hill. See some of the major landmarks of this charming, historic district....
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Castle District Townhall, Kapisztran Ter 1, Budapest HungaryWe will approach the Castle Distric...
If you're looking for some of the best pubs, clubs, and ruin bars in Budapest, try out this fun-filled night with the assistance of an outstanding local host...
Embark on an unforgettable tour along the stunningly beautiful Danube River and its most picturesque towns. Visit famous Hungarian landmarks in the Danube Be...
One of the most photographed buildings in the world, the majestic Parliament is an iconic landmark of Budapest. Admire the neo-gothic interiors on a guided s...
Cruise on a Segway through Budapest's city centre and explore grand boulevards, splendid squares and famous landmarks in speedy style. With the aid of your k...
Soothe your aching joints in Budapest’s famous mineral hot springs housed in an impressive building where you can also enjoy a range of spa treatments.
Let off some steam in this spectacular 16th-century spa and stay late at night for a soothing take on Budapest nightlife.
Learn about the intriguing history and construction of the city’s most famous bridge, which offers interesting views along the River Danube.
Ride an elevator to the dome of this large church to admire the panoramic views across Budapest and the Danube.
Reach the magnificent Buda Castle from the River Danube via this elegant chairlift, complete with multiple cabins and panoramic viewing platforms.
Peruse designer boutiques, historical buildings and museums as you explore the street at the heart of Hungary’s fascist and communist history.
Explore medieval church ruins and a picturesque park adjacent to this innovative bridge with an intriguing history of war and assassination.
Learn about Hungary’s musical lineage, take in a classical performance and relax at a charming café in this picturesque open-air plaza.
Enjoy magnificent views of the Danube River and the eastern half of Budapest from this fascinating neo-Gothic balcony at the top of Castle Hill.
Relish the remarkable experience of a bath party and relax in one of the 18 pools of Budapest’s famous hot spring water.
Discover the tumultuous history of Budapest’s dramatic falcon-clad iron bridge at the point where Pest and Buda meet in the heart of the city.
This museum features antiquities and art from some of Europe’s greatest artists. Its Spanish collection is particularly notable.
See all sorts of drama at this theater complex, from the performances on stage, to the interesting displays in the surrounding garden.
One of the most popular spots in Budapest, this very large park has art, history, sports, dining and relaxation attractions.
Especially beautiful at night, this statue is a monument to those who gave their lives for the independence and freedom of Hungary.
From this square along the Pest side of the Danube River, view the famous Chain Bridge and the Buda Castle district.
Gaze at the grand building of the democratic government of the people of Hungary and enjoy its reflection in the Danube River.
This Hungarian city is over 11 hours from Italy’s capital, but its ruins call to mind the architecture and history of ancient Rome.
This structure, home to Europe’s largest agricultural museum, has such a beautiful facade that it is called a castle. And instead of a moat, it has an ice rink.
Hungary expresses its pride in its thousand years as a national entity in this large public square with monuments to past heroes.
After centuries of use for the coronation of Hungary’s kings, this beautiful church provides a striking appearance for modern enjoyment and reverent prayer.
Enjoy some of the best views of Budapest from the hilltop surrounding the fortress that has towered over the city for more than 150 years.
Enjoy an opera or ballet or simply admire the beautiful interior and exterior of this pre-1900 neo-Renaissance architectural masterpiece.
This is the primary site in Budapest to learn about Hungary’s history, from medieval days through the Soviet occupation after World War II, to modern times.
One of the highlights of the Budapest skyline, this palatial structure also offers interesting galleries and museums.
Soak up history and modern culture as you people-watch in Budapest’s vast square, filled with statues, monuments and recreation spaces.
Walk along the banks of the Danube River and see this moving memorial to the Jewish people who were murdered in this very spot during World War II.
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