The Hungarian Capital is your destination, if you are looking to have some really nice time enjoying very vibrant nightlife, scenic beauty, mesmeric islands, charming churches, magnificent museums, sizzling spas, etc. Often known as “Paris of the East” and “Pearl of the Danube, ” Budapest is one of the most beautiful and coveted destinations of the central Europe.
Located on the banks of the Danube River in north-central Hungary, Budapest is the chief political, administrative, artistic, educational, business, industrial, and transportation hub of the Hungary. The ‘Queen of the Danube, ’ Budapest is one of the most attractive capitals in the world. Your Budapest is engrossed fully in olden times, civilization, and natural beauty. It is that offers you fantabulous public transportation systems, plentiful theaters, opera houses, performance halls, museums, cinemas, swimming pools and a wide array of restaurants and discos. You can do lots of things in Budapest to make the most of your holidays.
Spas – Budapest is also called ‘the city of spas. ’ It has various thermal water spas enriched with medicinal benefits. The waters prove popular with both visitants as well as residents. Some of the famous spas are Gellert Bath, Kiraly Bath, Széchényi Spa, Rudas Bath etc.
Night Life - You can take a boat ride and see the busy nightlife scene of this city. This is really a great thing to do, and you can blend it with dinner as well. The view is really spicy. You can get a night view from the Castle Hill thru a cable car, after that you can walk all the way to the Matthias Church and then walk down to the foot of the hill.
The Citadella - It is a remarkable fort established in the mid 19th Century by the Habsburgs. It is situated on the opposite side of the lovely Erzsebet Bridge. At one end of the Citadella, on Buda Hill, The Freedom Monument can be seen from all over the city. Have a look at it as it graphs a bit of history.
Andrassy Street & Heroes Square - Andrassy Street is the biggest avenue of Budapest. You can see the strange styles mix and embellishment on Andrassy Street. On Andrassy Street is the Opera House or Operahaz, which is an inspiring neo-renaissance building similar to the Opera House situated in Vienna. The Millenary Monument is in Hero Square at the top end of Andrassy Street. There are glorious buildings on both sides of the square, the Budapest Museum of Fine Arts and the Art Gallery.
Budapest Statues Park - It will take you in the olden times of Hungary. The Statue Park in Hungary is a vast dumping ground for those gigantic communist sculptures, monuments, bods, etc symbolizing the “grandeur” of the Communist age. The Statues Park is in the southwest of Budapest, XXII, Balatoni U.
Churches - Budapest is home to beautiful and magnificent churches. Some of the best-known churches are Calvinist Church, Hungarian Orthodox Church, Inner City Parish Church, Lutheran Church, Matthias Church, Pest Franciscan Church, Pest Serbian church, St. Gellert Cave Chapel Church, St. Stephen’s Basilica Church, and Synagogue Church.
Restaurants - You will find every type of accommodation facilities from 2 star to 7 star hotels and restaurants in Budapest. The restaurants offer you everything from Hungarian traditional foods to wine. Some of the best restaurants in Budapest are Gundel, Cafe Kor, Nancsi Neni Vendegi Je, Szep llons Vendeglo, Fatal, Amstel River Cafe, Cyrano, Pierrot Cafe, Szent Jupat, Rivalda, Arany Szarvas, Irish Cat, Lord-Major Etterem and Kacsa Vendeglo.
Museums - To know Budapest traditions, background, you must take a tour to its museums. There are various museums in Budapest including Aquincum Museum, Historical Museum of Budapest, Gül Baba's Tomb, Institute and Museum of Military History, Ferenc Hopp Museum of Far Eastern Arts, Museum of Applied Arts, Kiscelli Museum, Archive and Museum in memory of Zoltán Kodály, Mediaeval Jewish Chapel, Museum of Transport, Liszt Ferenc Memorial Museum, Hungarian Agricultural Museum, Hungarian National Gallery, Hungarian National Museum, Hungarian Natural History Museum, Museum of Ethnography, Gallery of Art, Jewish Museum and Archives of Hungary and many more.
Islands - Budapest is city of seven islands that can be found on the Danube River. The islands are Hajógyári sziget, Margit-sziget, Csepel sziget, Palotai-sziget, Népsziget, Háros-sziget and Molnár-sziget.
Gellert Hill – It is one of the major local attractions of the city. Gellert hill provides you the loveliest panoramic views of Budapest. The Hill was named for Bishop Gellert. The Northern slope of the hill is termed as Taban. The major attractions of the hill are the citadel and Liberation Monument. The other local attractions of the city include The Buda part, The Castle District, Obuda, The Pest part, Margaret Island, French Institute, Former White Cross Inn, Funicular, Gresham Palace, Heroes Square, The Hilton Hotel, and many more.
Orson Johnson writes for Holiday Velvet, a website providing listings for apartments, bed and breakfasts, Budapest apartment rentals hotels and Budapest holidays