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Unlock the magic of Budapest

From its bathhouses to its romantic architecture, Budapest is a city of hedonism and beauty. Be astounded by Magyar cuisine; explore the past on ramshackle trams; party on the Danube or in the city’s vibrant ‘ruin pubs’. Take a tour to get to the heart of the Hungarian capital.

Attractions in Budapest

Andrássy út
A lovely boulevard named as a World Heritage Site, lined with spectacular Neo-Renaissance mansions and luxury boutiques.
Hungarian State Opera House
This Neo-Renaissance opera house on Andrássy út features world-class acoustics, and has seen many an important resident.
Heroes' Square
An important square containing a monumental statue complex dedicated to the Magyar chieftains and other national leaders.
Széchenyi Baths
This immense Neo-Baroque medicinal bathing complex, the largest of its kind in Europe, is supplied by two thermal springs.
St Stephen's Basilica
A neoclassical cathedral dedicated to the first Christian king of Hungary; his (alleged) right hand is housed in its reliquary.
Great Synagogue
Europe's largest - and the second largest in the world - this imposing Moorish Revival synagogue dates from 1859.
Hungarian Parliament Building
On the bank of the Danube, this impressive building displays an eclectic mixture of architectural styles and is home to the Crown of St Stephen.
Budapest Castle Hill
A focal point of the city's history, Castle Hill hosts the most iconic monuments of Budapest.
Matthias Church
The site of several historic coronations and weddings, Matthias Church has also seen its fair share of architectural controversy.
Fisherman's Bastion
Known as the Halászbástya, this stunning fin-de-siècle terrace is dedicated to the guild of fishermen who defended the city walls in the middle ages.
Buda Castle
The historical residence of Hungarian royalty, this impressive palace complex has seen a series of transformations since the mid-13th century.
Gellért Hill
Named after a saint who was rolled to his death from here in a barrel, this hill offers magnificent views of the Budapest skyline.
Great Market Hall
Budapest's oldest and largest indoor market, selling a vast range of local delicacies.
Gellért Baths
This thermal spa is part of the famous Géllert Hotel, containing eight pools in elegant Art Nouveau style.
Esztergom
A short drive from Budapest, this ancient town's majestic basilica is the largest building in Hungary.
Visegrád
A small castle town just north of Budapest on the Danube bend, famed for its 13th century citadel.
Szentendre
The popular riverside town of Szentendre is a cultural hotspot, with an array of different art museums, galleries and churches.
Hungarian Goulash
Hungary is the birthplace of goulash, a delicious meat stew spiced with paprika.
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