5 Things To Do in Budapest

Here’s the list of things to do in Budapest Hungary.

Join the Historical Walking Tour

The best way to see Budapest is on foot. Why not join the free historical walking tour. The meeting place is in Vörösmarty tér and starts from the Pest district and walked through Saint Stephens Basilica then crossed the infamous Chain Bridge towards the Buda district. Stroll along in Buda Castle, then towards St Mathias Church and have a pictorial at the Fisherman’s Bastion with the best view overlooking the Pest area.

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Join Free Communism Walking Tour

A very interesting type of tour. Its an eye opener for me learning the situation of people in communism era as I grew up in a Republican country.

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Cross the Chain Bridge

It’s the most iconic bridge in Hungary. The best way to enjoy the Chain Bridge is at night time when its lit up. Stroll along the bridge or by the riverbank with your love one’s and admire its granduer that comes to life in the dark.

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Night Photography

Budapest is pretty but the beauty comes out to life when its dark. The lit up Parliament building, the Buda Castle the Chain Bridge is just magnificently beautiful and a good opportunity to capture the picturesque view.

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Visit Thermal Baths

Why not pamper yourself and go at the Thermal Bath/Turkish Baths to relax and unwind, soaked up those acheing muscle from wandering around the city.

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Visit the Ruinbars

If your looking for a good time, Budapest is the place to be, with the sprouting ruinbars. Quirky places found in a derelict buildings converted into a funky bars, a good excused to enjoy a cocktail or two and enjoy the unusual night life experience.

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Have you been to Budapest? If not what are you waiting for? Book your holiday and pack your bag Budapest is waiting for you. Happy travels.

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33 thoughts on “5 Things To Do in Budapest

  1. Those thermal baths look pretty appealing, especially since winter has finally set in! I am in Korea and there are bathhouses here, but you have to be naked, and to be honest that just makes me uncomfortable! I want to go to a bathhouse in my bathing suit!

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  2. Not gonna lie – had that “my heart in Budapest” song in my head the whole time I was reading this post haha. Looks really lovely – definitely want to visit one day.

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