Budapest is well-served by public transport, including buses, trams, and metro. It’s also very walkable and bike friendly.
This former ghetto is now Budapest’s most bustling and touristy area. Here’s where you’ll find all the best Ruin Pubs, bars and clubs.
Budapest’s old Palace District – here’s where you’ll find the city’s old buildings and elegant boutiques.
The heart of Pest, leading up to the Danube waterfront and the famous Elisabeth Bridge. Home to many touristy bars and cafes, also the main shopping area.
The relaxed and elegant area around the Hungarian Parliament, stretching up to Deak Ferenc Ter, filled with parks and museums.
An historical area with many theatres, shops,and bars, especially as you go over towards the Jewish Quarter. Here’s where you’ll find the Terror House and Szechenyi Baths.
Historic district on the Buda side with many tourist attractions. Home to the Castle, National Museums and Fisherman’s Bastion.