Budapest Guides

Guide to Budapest

A magnificent Eastern European city to explore – Budapest is really a spectacle by day and night.

Think rich homemade foods, craft beers, lit-up buildings and river tours… there is no end to the sights, smells and tastes of the Hungarian capital.

Facts About Budapest

Top Attractions

Szechenyi Baths

The largest medicinal baths in Europe, the water is supplied by two thermal springs and they’re open all year round.

Hungarian Parliament Buildings

Perhaps the most famous view of Budapest, you’d be silly to miss this. Check it out at night when it’s lit up – it’s truly spectacular.

Szechenyi Lanchid

This chain bridge is one of the most famous landmarks of Budapest. You can walk across it in no time as it’s only 375m long.

Buda Castle

Across the river from the cosmopolitan district of Pest, you’ll find Buda Castle. It’s quaint, charming, and full of history.

Main Districts

Culture Hotspots

House of Terror

20th Century history of the city of Budapest and Hungary. Exhibitions from Nazi and Communist eras.

Hungarian National Gallery

Excellent art gallery showcasing Hungarian art from the Baroque era to the modern day.

Museum of Military History

Exhibitions on Hungarian military history - great for history buffs.

Trips to Budapest