Only a few cities have as much magic within a square meter as Budapest, which offers you history, art, culture, gastronomy, thermal water...
The fascinating Danube river separates Buda and Pest, two big cities that were united to become one of the most attractive European capitals. Budapest is also known as "the city of bridges". Why? Because it has many bridges that connect the shores of Buda, the most elegant residential area, with Pest, the economic and commercial heart of the city.
Budapest is full of places to visit: monuments, museums, parks, enclaves with history, beautiful squares... The Buda Castle, the Chain Bridge, the famous Andrássy Avenue, the Heroes Square... the list of spectacular places that we could recommend is endless!
The jewel of the crown is of course the Parliament. But this city has much more to offer... Go for a relaxing walk on the Margaret Island, spend an entire day at the Széchenyi Thermal Bath, or enjoy a cup of coffee in the famous Gerbeaud pastry...
The city keeps moving during the night as well: we recommend you to go on an adventure to one of the "ruin bars", old buildings converted into a cool bar where you can taste the Hungarian liqueur, pálinka. They are very common in the Hungarian capital.
The cultural and gastronomic offer is so wide that you will never run out of things to do or eat during your holidays. Do you fancy a gulyás soup, or a lángos? Although these are the most known dishes, Hungary has many more gastronomic delights to offer you.
Budapest is waiting for you! Dare to get lost in its streets full of history and you will discover why the capital of Hungary is called "The Pearl of the Danube".