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    The majestic and pompous Budapest can please both those who want to see ancient Europe and learn more about history and those who prefer to go beyond sightseeing trips. It is a great idea to buy tickets and go on a tour in Budapest. It is the real pearl of Europe - ancient baroque quarters, magnificent theaters and palaces, ancient fortifications, historical monuments to the great Hungarian kings, of course, the magnificent Parliament building, which is beautiful at any time of the day or night.
    This is not all that the Hungarian capital is rich in. It is impossible to deny yourself the pleasure of sitting at the table of a cozy restaurant, tasting a wonderful goulash and drinking a glass of Tokai wine in the deepest winter or in the quiet evenings of hot summer. You can not ignore the famous bathhouses, which Budapest is famous for in all of Europe. It is difficult to list all the attractions of this city. So it is better to come for weekend tours in Budapest and see everything with your own eyes. We can sum up concerning Budapest - this point on the map is a must-see for everyone.

  • What to visit in Budapest?
    Be prepared to walk a lot to see the main attractions of the city. Geographically and historically, Budapest is formed as two settlements on the banks of the majestic Danube river. Each of the settlements was on the opposite bank from each other. A village Buda was on one of the shores, which was higher than another gentle bank, where there was a cozy Pest. After some time, both cities merged into one under the name of Budapest. This is the main thing that everyone immediately learns about the geography of the Hungarian capital to plan a trip to Budapest properly. One of the reasons for disputes between Buda and Pest is where it is better to start exploring the city - from Buda Hill or from old Pest? 

    There is the Széchenyi Chain Bridge, or else the Budapest Bridge that connects the two banks of the Danube for more convenient transportation between two old parts of the city: Buda and Pest. Besides, you can admire it both from the coast and from the deck of the ship, going along the Danube in the warm season. 

    Start your way from the Hungarian Parliament Building. This is the most recognizable and the most exquisite building in Budapest. Being a real symbol of the city, and of Hungary as a whole, it is depicted on almost every second souvenir brought from Budapest. Parliament is open to public access, and everyone has the opportunity to see its equally magnificent interiors. If you want to be impressed by the scale of the Hungarian Parliament Building, it is better to choose a viewing point in the distance. The most wonderful views of the parliament are open from the opposite bank, namely from Gellért Hill, from the balcony of the Fisherman's Bastion and from the Buda Castle. By the way, this is an old part of the city where the Royal Palace, the Historical Museum, St. Matthias Church and many other attractions are located. You can climb to it on the old-established Budapest Castle Hill Funicular. 

    Fisherman's Bastion is one more attraction of the Buda Castle, which it is worth highlighting separately. If at the mention of its name, you picture fishing nets and severe fishermen to yourself, you will be very surprised. In fact, this is a beautiful white-stone fortress with seven towers. It is so named only because it was used to trade fish. The most beautiful view of the Danube is open exactly from the Fisherman's Bastion. So do not be too lazy and go up to it! Moreover, the entrance is free. 

    Being on vacation in Budapest, don’t forget to visit Széchenyi Thermal Bath - the largest bath complex in Europe, the real pride of the Hungarians. This is a magical place with 11 different pools and 3 saunas. The most popular, of course, are outdoor pools with thermal water (the temperature, even in winter, is + 27 ° C and + 38 ° C). If Széchenyi is considered the most famous and popular swimming pool in Budapest, then Gellért Thermal Bath can rightfully be called the most beautiful one. It is surrounded by colored stained-glass mosaics and marble statues. When you are there, you start to think that you are floating in some kind of fairy-tale palace. 

  • Nightlife
    Without any doubt, Budapest is interesting for its cultural and historical values. But life in the city is in full swing not only during the day! The nightlife is also full of surprises and exciting experiences. In Budapest, you can find trendy clubs for the public with an income above the average, and budget discos for students, and pubs for those who want to spend an evening with friends and good old hits, and cozy little jazz bars.  

    There are so many clubs in the city that guests and residents of Budapest do not have to think too long about where and how to spend their free time. Many clubs in the city are open all night and attract a huge number of visitors. In addition to dance parties, theme nights are often held there. 

    The local authority came up with the right solution singled out one area for a fun nightlife, providing others with peace and quiet. Most youth clubs, pubs, hostels are concentrated in the 7th district of the city, in Erzsébetváros, specifically in the Jewish Quarter and on Elizabeth Square adjacent to it. In the Jewish quarter, in fact, the night goes from Friday to Monday. Hungary practices bar surfing - visiting the maximum number of bars in one night. Being in the same bar for more than 1.5 hours is considered a sign of bad taste. However, the task is facilitated by the fact that the main part of the pubs is located within the Jewish quarter. 

    If you want to create a special atmosphere for a romantic date or just to be alone with yourself, fascinated by the beauty of the world, just visit one of the bars and pubs located on the roofs of high-rise buildings. 

  • Shopping
    Shopping in Budapest is quite profitable. The prices are slightly lower than the average in Europe; there are many shopping centers in the city where you can find both affordable brands and luxury brands. In Budapest, there is simply a huge selection of places for exciting shopping - here are very colorful markets, cutting-edge shopping centers, and luxury boutiques. The most famous shopping area of Budapest is the Váci pedestrian street, located in the center of the historic part of Pest, as well as the beginning of Andrássy Avenue. Here you can find both expensive boutiques and inexpensive European chain clothing stores.  

    Most stores in the Hungarian capital are open from 10:00 to 18:00 on weekdays and from 10:00 to 13:00 on Saturdays. On Sundays, many outlets are closed. This rule usually does not apply to supermarkets, malls and private shops, they are often open until 21:00, including on Saturday. 

    There are several major shopping centers in Budapest - West End, Arena Plaza. In most shopping centers, visitors see not only shops but also a lot of interesting entertainments - cinema, cafes, and other attractions. 

    The Great Market Hall called in Hungarian Nagycsarnok is one of the main symbols of the city. This market is very clean and beautiful where you can always buy fresh vegetables and fruits, as well as many interesting national delicacies. During a walk around the market, visitors will have the opportunity to try popular national treats. Many people go there specifically to purchase interesting souvenirs. The market is indoor and located in a spectacular historic building, it will be comfortable to walk along in any weather.  

  • Good to know
    Airlines:  It is possible to come from any part of the world. We will always offer you the flights to Budapest at the best prices
    Airport:  Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport
    Distance from Airport: 30-40 min (16-20 km)
    Language: Hungarian
    Timezone: Central European Time Zone
    Population: Around 1.7 mln
    Passport:  Valid passport or visa is mandatory 
    Tourist visa: Not required for stays under 90 days 
    Currency:  Hungarian Forint/Euro
    Tipping:  Customary to give 5 = 10%, but it may be included 12.5% service charge on the total bill
    Tourist tax: From €1 to €2 per person 
    Water: Tap water is safe to drink
    Electricity: 220 volts AC and the European-style plug (two circular metal pins)  

  • Things to do in Budapest 

    Go for a tour of the museums of Budapest. The Museum of Fine Arts is famous for its excellent collection of sculpture and painting. The exposition of the Hungarian National Gallery is more modest, but a good view of the Szechenyi Bridge comes from the windows of this building. Take a tour of the Invisible Exhibition Budapest, which takes place in complete darkness and makes you feel what it is like to read, write, use a computer and distinguish people by touch. 

    Improve your health in thermal baths in Budapest. It is one of the richest cities with thermal and healing waters in the world. Of the 27 existing city baths, 13 have a medical profile. Wellness programs are built either on water procedures, including baths and all kinds of body wraps or on the intake of healing water inside. 

    Go on a boat trip along the Danube in the evening: wrap yourself in a plaid, admire the lights. At the same time, do not spill Tokai from the glass. There is a superstitious belief: if you make a wish and swim under the Szechenyi Bridge, it will come true. For a wish to come true for sure, you should go on a cruise along the Danube and swim right under the nine Budapest bridges. Be sure it will be a pleasant end of your summer holidays in Budapest!


    Facts about Budapest
    1. Budapest is the only capital of Europe, at the same time being a resort due to the abundance of thermal springs. 

    2. For the construction of the parliament building in Budapest, which was lasted for 21 years, 40 kg of gold and 40 tons of bricks were used. 

    3. Budapest tram routes are the busiest on the planet. At rush hour, wagons arrive at stops with an interval of 60-90 seconds. Budapest's trams are also the longest in the world. The city runs 40 low-floor trains, each of which has a length of almost 54 meters.