Things to see in Budapest
Discover the pleasure of bathing in the medicinal waters of Rudas Baths in Budapest and in its popular octagonal pool from the sixteenth century.
Visit Gozsdu Court, a labyrinth of seven courtyards and narrow streets packed with restaurants, shops and snack bars, open almost 24 hours a day.
There is no doubt that Budapest is one of Europe’s prettiest cities. Its rich past has brought it to the present day with the impressive historical legacy of a land on which many cultures have left their mark. We want you to discover the main treasures of Budapest. Keep reading!
Budapest is one of the main thermal cities in the world and one of the most famous is Széchenyi spa, a true symbol of the city. In this article we will explore a bit more about these famous thermal baths.
One of the most characteristic silhouettes along Budapest’s skyline is represented by Buda Castle. This palace has been of vital importance in the history of Budapest and Hungary, and nowadays it is a tourist attraction and a World Heritage Site. Discover it!
It is one of the world’s most famous parliament buildings. A majestic, imposing, breathtaking edifice. Hungary’s Parliament is, without a doubt, the country’s most famous building. A giant on the banks of the Danube, that no visitor should miss. Welcome to the Budapest Parliament building!
One of the symbols of Budapest is the famous Chain Bridge, the historical iron and stone viaduct that crosses the Danube river joining two halves of the city, Buda and Pest.
Gellért Baths is one of the most famous thermal baths in Budapest. The benefits of its water, its beautiful architecture and its history have made it popular among both locals and foreigners, who enjoy bathing in its famous thermal waters in the Hungarian capital.
Andrássy Avenue is one of the most distinguished and elegant streets in Budapest, lined with beautiful houses, exclusive stores and emblematic buildings. Read this post to find out more.
One of the most important landmarks in Budapest is St Stephen’s Basilica. The Catholic church stands in a central position in Pest and is a true symbol of the city: a work of art and a wonderful place to listen to organ concerts.