Your Guide to a Perfect Day in Budapest Hungry
The city of Budapest was officially created in 1873 from a merger of the 3 neighboring cities of Pest, Buda and Óbuda. Let’s explore it today.
Start your day with a gold cappuccino at the New York Cafe, boasting the title of “most beautiful cafe” in the world.
The Museum of Fine Art was established in 1870 and it houses one of the largest collections of works by the Old Masters in all of Europe.
Visit the Shoes on the Danube Bank, a monument which honors those killed here in World War II, located along the Danube Promanade.
Stop for a soak at one of the thermal baths...both Széchenyi and Gellért are popular with locals and tourists alike.
Grab lunch in the Jewish district, lined with charming streets and hidden courtyards. Consider exploring Szimpla kert Ruin Bar.
Stroll Heroes’ Square, one of the major squares in Budapest. Known for its iconic statue complex, it opened in 1896.
Admire Matthias Church, also known as The Church of Our Lady, which was built in 1269. It is a prominent landmark on Castle Hill.
Fisherman's Bastion is one of the best known monuments in Budapest, located in the Buda Castle. Visit early to avoid the large crowds.
Get amazing views of Budapest & the Danube River from Gellért Hill. Plan at least 15-20 minutes to walk to the top of this 235 meter tall hill.
Don’t miss the opportunity to see the Parliament Building and consider a river cruise for great views from the water.
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