This fascinating metropolis on the Danube is a cosmopolitan city brimmign with history, beautiful architecure and wonderful Art Nouveau structures.
The Danube splits the city into two halves – Pest and Buda. Nine bridges, among them the world-famous Chain Bridge, connect the two parts. Castle Hill, with its historic castle district, rises above Buda and is crowned by a majestic castle.
UNESCO has declared this impressive complex a World Heritage site. Pest district is the lively economic centre and boasts gorgeous boulevards. Take a stroll through the shopping malls and shopping promenades.
Have a seat at the world-famous coffee houses, such as the Café Gerbeaud or the Café New York – still going after over 100 years – and take in the scenery at the latest bistros and cafés, and dive into the lively nightlife along the Danube.
Visit one of the marvellous open air baths that sprang up in Roman and Turkish times around the many curative and thermal springs. This is an unforgettable experience, and a must for any visitor to the city!
Go on an excursion to the Puszta and learn about Hungarian folklore. A boat ride on the Danube or a tour to Lake Balaton will also enrich your travel experience.