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The Budapest Parliament building on the edge of the river at sunset.

About Budapest

Budapest, Hungary

Budapest, the vibrant capital city of Hungary, is a captivating blend of rich history, stunning architecture, and a lively cultural scene. Nestled along the beautiful Danube River, Budapest offers visitors an array of memorable experiences. Exploring the historic Castle Hill district is a must, where travelers can wander through medieval streets, visit the majestic Buda Castle, and take in panoramic views of the city. Budapest is also renowned for its thermal baths, including the Széchenyi Thermal Bath, where visitors can indulge in relaxation and rejuvenation. The bustling Great Market Hall is a food lover’s paradise, offering an assortment of traditional Hungarian delicacies. Finally, an evening river cruise along the Danube provides a picturesque setting to admire Budapest’s illuminated landmarks, including the Chain Bridge and the Hungarian Parliament Building.

Széchenyi Thermal Bath

One of Budapest’s most famous attractions, located in the City Park, the thermal bath boasts a history dating back over a century. The thermal waters, sourced from natural springs, are known for their mineral content, believed to have therapeutic qualities for various ailments.

Great Market Hall

Also known as the Central Market, a culinary hub located in the heart of Budapest. Housed in a stunning 19th-century building, this architectural gem showcases the city’s rich history and culture. The market is a haven for food enthusiasts, offering an array of fresh produce, local specialties, spices, and artisanal products. A visit to the Great Market Hall is a must for an unforgettable Budapest experience.

The Chain Bridge

An iconic symbol of Budapest that spans the Danube River, connecting the Buda and Pest sides of the city. The Chain Bridge serves as a vital transportation link, and also holds a significant place in Budapest’s history and cultural heritage. The reconstruction of the Chain Bridge cost 18.8 billion Hungarian forints, and the final reconstruction will be completed in 2023 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the bridge.