Deluxe Budapest City Break
2 Nights in Stunning 4* Hotel incl. Breakfast & Flights
Head over to the Hungarian capital and go explore! Check the offer for a deluxe Budapest city break during the Christmas Markets right here!
Beautiful Budapest Minibreak
3 Nights in Well Rated Hotel Close to the City Centre with Return Flights
George Ezra called Budapest a hidden treasure chest, come and see what the wonders of this city hold!
Cheap Budapest Getaway
3 Nights in Central Apartment incl. Return Flights
Theres plenty to explore with this city and if you feel like you need to freshen up with an escape check out this cheap Budapest getaway!
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2 Nights in Bright 4* Hotel with Return Flights from Dublin
A hidden treasure chest that deserves to be explored! Book an October minibreak to Budapest for two nights of fun and relaxation
November Budapest Bargain
2 Nights in Central Apartment incl. Flights
Budapest has by now solidified itself as a top European city, with something to discover at every corner. The Hungarian capital is known for its stunning architecture, funky pubs and thermal baths, is great city to explore on a budget. If this sounds like your kind of break, I found this November Budapest bargain using […]
Solo Eastern European Tour
12 Nights Visiting Prague, Brno, Vienna, Bratislava & Budapest incl. Return Flights
Eastern Europe is filled with beautiful cities just waiting to be discovered - see Prague, Brno, Vienna, Bratislava and Budapest in one go!
Beautiful Budapest Solo Getaway
3 Night Stay in Gorgeous Apartment with Return Flights
If there’s one city I love, it is Budapest. I adore strolling through the alleys in this city and just taking in the atmosphere. If you haven’t been here before, I really have found you the perfect way to get there with this beautiful Budapest solo holiday that I found using AirBnB and my Flight Finder! […]
Solo Budapest Break
3 Nights Stay in the City Centre During Christmas Markets incl. Flights
Experience a beautiful city for yourself with this solo Budapest break for 3 nights incl. your accommodation & flights
Gorgeous Solo Budapest Trip
2 Nights Stay in a City Centre Accommodation incl. Return Flights
Treat yourself to a break in a fabulous city with this gorgeous solo Budapest trip for 2 nights incl. accom. & flights
Romantic Budapest Getaway
3 Nights Stay in a City Centre 4* Hotel incl. Return Flights
Tick an amazing city off your list with this romantic Budapest getaway for 3 nights incl. a 4* hotel and your flights
Trendy Budapest Stay
3 Nights in Super Central Hotel incl. Return Flights
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Budget Budapest City Break
3 Nights in Centrally Located Apartment incl. Return Flights
With its legendary baths, beautiful architecture and buzzing nightlife, Budapest is the perfect city for a short break away! Click here!
Cheap and Cheerful Budapest Break
3 Nights in a Gorgeous Central Hotel inc. Return Flight
Book yourself a post-Christmas treat with this cheap and cheerful Budapest break for 3 nights in great hotel incl. flights just €200
Cheap Break in Budapest
3 Nights in Well Rated Central Apartment incl. Flights
Budapest is one of my favourite cities in the world. Yes I said the world and not just Europe. The city has such a wide variety of awesome activities that you will be telling your friends about for your years to come. A cheap break in Budapest is something that you shouldn’t pass on. Thanks […]
Lovely Little Budapest Break
2 Nights in a Well Rated, Central 4* Hotel incl. Return Flights
Spend some time getting to know an amazing city with this Lovely Little Budapest Break for 2 nights incl. hotel & flights
Beautiful March Budapest Break
3 Nights in the City Centre in Well Rated Aparthotel incl. Flight
Get to know this wonderful city with this beautiful Budapest break for 3 nights in the city centre incl. flights
Brilliant Budapest Break
3 Nights in a Gorgeous & Central 4* Hotel incl. Return Flights
Explore the charms of this Hungarian gem with this Brilliant Budapest Break for 3 nights incl. 4* hotel & flights!
Great Value Budapest Deal
2 Nights in 4* Hotel on Bed & Breakfast Basis incl. Flights, Bottle of Wine, Late Check-Out, Room Upgrade & Travel Guide
Snag a fantastic bargain break to beautiful Budapest with this fantastic deal. Book by a certain date and get loads of extras included!
Top Quality Budapest City Break
3 Nights in a Centrally Located Hotel incl. Return Flights
Who doesn't love a cheeky city break? Get this top quality Budapest break for 3 nights incl. a hotel stay & flights for just €149!
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The capital of Hungary is regarded as one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. A holiday in Budapest guarantees a unique cultural landscape, historical buildings and impressive museums. Bridges, concert halls and theatres decorate the cityscape of the ninth-largest city in the European Union. These and many other highlights attract tourists from all over the world to the metropolis on the Danube. If you want to visit this European jewel, you will find the best offers for Budapest here. I regularly search the Internet for the best deals, to ensure that you can have a cheap trip to Budapest. You will find a large selection of different hotels. I also search for cheap flights to Budapest. Travel packages are provided with both of these, which you will also find at bargain prices.
If you have not had a serious look at Budapest, I’ll now give you some inspiration. After reading this, you’ll definitely want to go on holiday to Budapest!
- The most important sights in Budapest
The most important sights in Budapest
The city of Budapest emerged through the combination of Buda, Pest and Óbuda. The formerly independent cities are now popular districts in Hungary’s largest city. Buda is situated on the west side of the Danube. Pest is located on the east side of the Danube. Both city districts offer important sights and attractions for you.
Sights on the west side in Buda
The Buda side offers a lot of attractions for tourists from all over the world. This side of the Danube is generally more hilly than the east side. The reason for this is Gellért Hill, which is an important sight in Buda. This is where the Statue of Liberty and the Citadel are located. From the top, you get a wonderful view of the city. It makes for a wonderful panorama. We continue on to a fascinating UNESCO world heritage site: Castle Hill. At the top of the 180-metre-high hill, stands the former royal castle. Today, it is home to the National Library, the National Gallery, as well as a museum. There is to see a lot, so you should allow plenty of time.
A long walk through the Castle District is a must here. It stretches over a length of 1.5 kilometres and is about 500 meters wide. It is best to start the tour through the Castle District, from Vienna Gate. From here you can reach the oldest street in the district, Andrew-Hess Square, and also Trinity Square. It continues on to Matthias Church. This is the most famous church in the whole city and definitely worth a visit, as well as a few photos. Directly beside the church is the next attraction in Buda: the Fisherman’s Bastion. The sight of this immediately sends you back to the Middle Ages. Sandór Palace is also located in the impressive Castle District. The classical palace is the official residence of the President of Hungary. The buildings, squares and narrow streets of the Castle District make it a unique highlight of your holiday in Budapest.
Another wonderful attraction continues underneath the Castle District: a cave system. The Labyrinth of Buda Castle is partly open to the public. Be sure not to miss this excursion. The Buda side covers about one-third of Budapest. Whereas, the Pest side constitutes a whopping two-thirds of the city. There is plenty to see!
Sights and highlights on the east side in Pest
The east side of the Danube is flatter than the west side. Here you will find the large and picturesque district of Pest. This district also deals with the economic and political aspects of the Hungarian capital. Here, the sights string together to create a beautiful cityscape. In addition, there are numerous shopping opportunities, an exciting nightlife and much more. The most famous building in the city is the parliament building. The neo-gothic style architecture means this building should be at the top of your sightseeing list. It is also home to the famous St. Stephen’s crown and is one of the tallest buildings in the city. But St. Stephen’s Basilica provides some competition. It is the highest church in Budapest. If you within the big ring of Budapest, there is yet another highlight: the Great Market Hall. Here you can stroll past typical market stalls, shops and snack bars. You can easily spend a few hours on the three-floored market.
If you want a more intense shopping experience, head to Váci utca. From the Great Market Hall, you can quickly reach the most famous pedestrian shopping street in Budapest. It is located in the heart of the old town and has many shops and boutiques. If this is not enough, the Arena Plaza near the main train station is waiting for you. It is the largest shopping centre in the city. Further recreation awaits you in the green heart of the city: the City Park. The park extends over a large area and there is more to it than just grass and trees. If you enter the City Park at the south-west entrance, you will find Heroes’ Square. The spacious square with the iconic monument is the gateway to the recreation area. In the park, you will find Vajdahunyad Castle, as well as an artificial ice rink in the winter, where you can skate. If you’ve still got the energy, continue sightseeing! The State Opera House, the National Theater, numerous museums and the Andrássy út await you. There is so much to see when you go on holiday to Budapest. It is one of the most interesting cities in the world and a holiday here is a must for everyone. Don’t wait too long to visit!
A holiday in Budapest has a healing effect
The Hungarian capital is known as a bathing city. What many do not know: Budapest is Europe’s largest spa town. This can be attributed to the countless thermal springs and bathing houses. The natural springs release thermal water, which, because of its mineral content, has a healing power. The most beautiful and famous thermal baths are the Gellért baths. They are located in Buda, at the foot of Gellért Hill. Crafted in Art Nouveau style, it offers a variety of pools. Those who want to heal their skin, can do this here. Another famous bathing complex is the Széchenyi Baths. These thermal baths are located on the eastern side of the Danube in the City Park of Pest. With its numerous pools, it is considered the largest thermal bath in Europe. There are many other thermal baths in both districts of Budapest, which will also offer a relaxing break. These include, for example, the Király thermal baths, the Lukács thermal baths, the Rudas thermal baths and the Veli Bej baths. It was the Romans who discovered the hot springs and built the baths. Consequently, you are not only immersed in an oasis of relaxation, but also in the history of the city. Enjoy!
The Danube and its bridges
Whilst on holiday in Budapest, you will not miss the most important landmark of the city: the Danube. It winds its way through the city and offers wonderful views, particularly during a boat trip. Nine bridges cross the Danube and provide further sights. The oldest of the nine bridges is the Chain Bridge. It is also the most famous bridge in the city. It connects the centre of Pest with Castle Hill in Buda. Particularly in the evening, it is a joy to look at, as it illuminates beautiful lights. The second oldest bridge is Margaret Bridge. It is also worth a visit whilst you are on holiday in Budapest. It forms a star-shaped junction and leads to the southern tip of Margaret Island. No less remarkable is Liberty Bridge. It also impresses as an architectural masterpiece. The turul bird sits on the top of the bridge and guards it. Árpád Bridge, Elisabeth Bridge, Petőfi Bridge, Rákóczi Bridge, the southern and northern railway bridges, as well as Megyeri Bridge and Deák Ferenc Bridge, complete the bridges in Budapest.