Welcome to Budapest

Budapest, the capital of Hungary and considered by many to be the “Paris of the East”, is one of the most culturally important metropolises in Eastern Europe and home to numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Straddling the River Danube, Budapest is famous for its stunning architecture and its thermal springs, some of which have been used for therapeutic purposes since prehistory.

Top Budapest Attractions

Head towards the castle hill that towers over the Danube, Castle Hill contains many of Budapest’s most important medieval monuments and museums. Undoubtedly the most spectacular of these impressive structures is the 18th-century Buda Castle, a massive 200-roomed palace that, like much of the city, is spectacularly illuminated at night.

Visit the Hungarian National Museum Hungary’s pre- and early history from the Stone Age through to Roman times and the early Middle Ages. Also of interest are the many exhibits and artifacts dealing with the country’s many struggles for independence, as well as historic Hungarian and Turkish weapons. For music buffs, Beethoven’s grand piano, which later belonged to Franz Liszt, can be seen here.

Visit the Vaci Utca, which is the shopping street filled with well known brands along with unique Hungarian trends, nearby you will also come across the spectacular art gallery  Visit the Margeret Bridge  and its Baths over here  Another spa of note is the well-known Császár Thermal Bath, Budapest’s oldest continually operating thermal bath and part of the National Institute of Rheumatology and Physiotherapy. Also of interest is the Mill Pond, the water level of which corresponds with that of the neighboring thermal springs.

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