Visit a Thermal Spa
Budapest has held the “City of Spas” title since 1934. It has more thermal and medicinal water springs than any other capital city in the world.
Take a trip down the Danube
Whether you opt for a dinner and champagne package or a simple sightseeing tour, taking a trip down the Danube gives you some of the best views of all the ‘must sees’.
Take the Funicular
Give your legs a break and take the Castle Hill Funicular up to Buda Castle.
Climb up to Liberty Statue
For amazing views of the city, head up to Liberty Statue after sunset.
Explore the Great Market Hall.
The oldest and largest indoor market in Budapest is definitely worth a visit to pick up some tasty treats and souvenirs.
Try and escape the Labyrinth
Get lost in Dracula’s Labyrinth deep within Castle Hill.
Take a trip to Kerepesi Cemetery
The statues honouring the men and women buried at Kerepesi Cemetery are fascinating and well worth a visit.
Grab a drink in a Ruin Bar
Enjoy a drink, music and a great atmosphere at one of the many Ruin bars around the city.
Eat some Goulash
Try the traditional meal of meat and vegetables, seasoned with paprika and other spices.
Enjoy yourself at the Pin Ball Museum
There’s hours of fun to be had here with retro games and modern day machines all set to ‘free play’.
Read more about our time in Budapest here.