Boasting two UNESCO World Heritage Sites; nearly one hundred thermal springs and twelve spas; Roman ruins and Turkish baths; along with some truly magnificent architecture, Budapest is a city where you'll never be bored.Budapest is exquisitely situated on both sides of the Danube with Buda and Pest, claiming one of the most spectacular panoramic views in Europe, and with the perfect contrast between the right and left banks.
In the Hungarian capital, classic European culture and a wonderfully modern city centre come together to create a city that sparkles and entices. As you stroll through the streets you’ll love the striking architecture, along with the many bars, museums, restaurants and shops that surround you. is surrounded by medieval streets, wine bars, restaurants and its own green park, the perfect spot to sit & relax with a drink.
Budapest’s Castle District abounds in great attractions. The Royal Palace is situated on the southern part of Castle Hill. Today it is home to important cultural institutions and museums like the Hungarian National Gallery, the Ludwig Museum (Museum of Contemporary Art) and the Budapest Historical Museum.
It is also worth visiting Fishermen’s Bastion that was built in 1905. From its top you can have the best panoramic view of Budapest.
Finally you must see the neo-gothic style Matthias Church rebuilt by Frigyes Schulek at the turn of the last century and the Labyrinth of Buda Castle that stretches beneath Castle Hill.