Introducing Budapest

From ornate fairy tale castles and grand palaces to the unkempt interiors of the city’s famous ruin bars, Budapest is a beautiful city of contrasts. On one side you have Buda and on the side you have Pest; one city with two distinct personalities straddling the River Danube and offering two completely different landscapes. Head over to hilly Buda and you’ll find some awesome vantage points overlooking the rest of the city plus some of the finest restaurants, hotels and spas or spend your time wandering the flat streets of Pest and wind up sipping on a coffee in an old world, traditional café where time seems to have stood still.

Highlights of Budapest

Buda Castle
An iconic landmark of the city, a historical palace complex which was first completed in 1265.
Széchenyi Chain Bridge
This famous suspension bridge is a well-known feature that connects the city’s two halves, Buda and Pest across the River Danube.
Széchenyi Thermal Baths
These glorious thermal baths are not to be missed. The perfect spot for locals and tourists alike and ideal for the ultimate relaxation.
Fisherman's Bastion
Known as Halászbástya in Hungarian, this bastion is a neo-Gothic neo-Romanesque style terrace located on the banks of the river. A spectacular piece of architecture.
Hungarian Parliament Building
This incredible construction is one of Europe's oldest legislative buildings. Designed in a Gothic revival style and a must-see at night when it lights up creating reflections in the river.

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