Undoubtedly, Budapest is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, as evidenced by its impressive buildings and prestigious achievements in various rankings. Regardless of the nature of your stay here, there is no tourist who doesn’t want to see the main sights in Budapest. We are now introducing you to a few of them!
Sights In Budapest – River Danube
Get on a boat and see the beautiful panorama of Budapest! During the boat trip you will discover numerous of UNESCO World Heritage’s sights, such as the Buda Castle District and the Fisherman’s Bastion, but you can also spy the Neo-Gothic and Neo-Renaissance Parliament. We recommend that you dine on the boat, as the traditional dishes of Hungarian cuisine are famous far and wide for their special taste!
Sights In Budapest – Buda Castle District
The Buda Castle District is one of the must-see sights in Budapest. We recommend that you take a day for this, as the Matthias Church, the Fisherman’s Bastion and the Castle are just a few of the many attractions you can see here! To top off the magnificent view of the imposing buildings, you will have an unparalleled view of the Castle that will take your breath away!
Sights In Budapest – Széchenyi Bath
Built in 1913 in neo-baroque style, the Széchenyi Bath is quite sure to be not only one of the largest thermal bath complexes in Europe, but also the most beautiful! Due to its several outdoor and indoor pools, you can relax here all year. You are not tired and thirsting for a good party? Imagine having huge pool parties on weekends in the evenings, called SPArty! This is guaranteed to be your place!
+1 Sight – Parliament
Finally, here comes one of the most famous buildings in Budapest, the Parliament. It’s located on the banks of the Danube and it attracts nearly 700,000 visitors a year! The architectural masterpiece was built in Neo-Gothic and Neo-Renaissance styles. In order to avoid large crowds, we recommend that you book tickets online!
After seeing the sights of Budapest, would you relax a bit with friends or family? Participate in a Beer Bike Tour! You don’t like beer? It’s okay, because you can order wine, champagne, prosecco, cider or soft drinks!