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Budapest destination guide
Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is one of Europe’s most delightful and enjoyable cities. Thanks to the perfect location and memorable monuments it is often mentioned as “Little Paris of central Europe” and “Pearl of Danube”. It is a booming cultural metropolis where history and the contemporary blend with cosmopolitan flair. With architectural wealth and natural beauty that can rival any city on the continent, Budapest ranks next to Paris, Rome and Prague as one of the great European capitals.
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Budapest is a city of beautiful contrasts. There's a little bit of rawness fraying the edges of its Neo-Classical resplendence; a city in which intricate architecture contrasts gorgeously with graffiti-scarred walls, where the temperature soars in summer and plummets in winter. Even the landscape occupies opposing ends of the spectrum, with the Danube river slicing the city into hilly, green Buda and busy, flat Pest.
That city is also packed with romantic places such as small squares, cobbled streets, castles and parks. Budapest is the perfect place if you are looking for a luxury romantic break in Hungary. If these myriad reasons aren’t enough to get you on the next Budapest-bound flight, don’t forget that the Hungarian capital is also a spa town!
- EATING AND DRINKING
Budapest is famous for its excellent food as Hungarian cuisine has an unmistakable character. Here are four recommended restaurants to try in Budapest.
- Borkonyha Winekitchen -
French-style bistro and a contemporary family restaurant offering the best of the hungarian cuisine.
- Onyx -
Enjoy a tradition and evolution cuisine in the heart of Budapest.
- Taverna Dionysos -
Experience the atmosphere of a beautiful greek village in the heart of Budapest.
- Borbíróság -
Taste some 60 kinds of quality Hungarian wine by the glass whilst enjoy creative hungarian cuisine with an attentive service.
- CULTURAL ATTRACTIONS
The cultural life of Budapest is extremely rich and diverse. Here are four recommended cultural attractions to visit.
- St Stephen’s Basilica -
Parish church built between 1851 and 1905 with a magnificent 300-foot, neo-Renaissance dome.
- Hungarian State Opera -
Amazing new-Renaissance style structure, home to both the State Opera and the State ballet.
- Holocaust memorial center -
Visit the permanent exhibition about the history of Holocaust in Hungary.
- The Royal Palace -
Historical castle and palace complex of the Hungarian kings in Budapest.
- THINGS TO DO
There is a wealth of activities to do in the capital of Hungary. Here are four recommended things to discover while travelling in Budapest.
- Szechenyi Baths&Spa -
Szechenyi Baths is part of a tradition of baths which started with the Turkish occupation.
- Városliget (City Park) -
City park where spend a whole day in Budapest with spas, zoo and an amusement park.
- Margaret Island -
Margaret Island provides a peaceful hideaway from hectic downtown Budapest with large green areas, flowery gardens, and old trees.
- Faust Wine Cellar -
Taste some nice Hungarian wines and learn something more from them in Budapest.