Boasting nearly 100 thermal wells and 12 spas, booking a weekend break in Budapest is ideal for a relaxing holiday in a spa and wellness hotel combined with refreshing massage treatments.
More than 100 hundred museums welcome tourists to Budapest. The largest, the Hungarian National Museum is home to the Crown of St Stephen, first king of Hungary and the Coronation Jewels. The Budapest Opera House is not only cultural venue but a beautiful architectural sight.
Shoppers will delight in what's on offer. The inner city, Váci utca and Andrássy út is home to several stores selling world-famous designer brands. For more authentic Hungarian gifts, visit the Central Market Hall at the Pest end of the Liberty Bridge (Szabadság híd).
One of the most historical cities in the world, Budapest has a lot to offer.
The Danube, the river that runs through the city seperates the two sides of the city Buda and Pest. The first dry link between the two sides was the Széchenyi Chain Bridge
Budapest has some architectural beauties, to name some; The Royal Palace, or former Royal Palace which has been rebuilt and renovated multiple times over the past couple of centuries is a must see. The Great Synagogue, a combination of Romantic and Moorish architecture is a memorial to the lives lost in the Holocaust. Momento Park, houses a number of statues and plaques.
Fishermen’s Bastion, it looks almost medieval but is a neo-Gothic architectural beauty, it was built as a viewing platform in the 1900’s.
Marvel over the city’s architecture while having a Turkish bath, many of these baths are said to have medicinal qualities.
Along with being affordable, its plentiful history and culture and a buzzing nightlife scene and countless restaurants and bistros offering local cuisine, Budapest is definitely a city worth visiting if you are looking for a city break destination.