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.
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Start your day with a gold cappuccino at the New York Cafe, boasting the title of “most beautiful cafe” in the world.
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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.
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Visit the Shoes on the Danube Bank, a monument which honors those killed here in World War II, located along the Danube Promanade.
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Stop for a soak at one of the thermal baths...both Széchenyi and Gellért are popular with locals and tourists alike.
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Grab lunch in the Jewish district, lined with charming streets and hidden courtyards. Consider exploring Szimpla kert Ruin Bar.
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Stroll Heroes’ Square, one of the major squares in Budapest. Known for its iconic statue complex, it opened in 1896.
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Admire Matthias Church, also known as The Church of Our Lady, which was built in 1269. It is a prominent landmark on Castle Hill.
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Fisherman's Bastion is one of the best known monuments in Budapest, located in the Buda Castle. Visit early to avoid the large crowds.
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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.
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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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