Things to do in Hungary

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  • 1

    Parliament Building

    80 reviews

    The Hungarian Parliament building is a massive structure that sits right along the River Danube. The building is brightly illuminated at night, and a striking image during the daylight.

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  • 2

    Heroes' Square

    60 reviews

    Hosok Tere or Hero Square at the end of Andrassy Ut is a splendid town square that commemorates the 7 chieftains who brought the Magyar tribe to Hungary. One of the most visited places in Buda. Truly fantastique.

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  • 3

    Fisherman's Bastion

    50 reviews

    During the day, Fisherman's Bastion is a beautiful place to come and walk the cobblestone streets of the Var, listening to the street musicians that like to perform around the area. At night, it has some of the best views of the Danube and the city. There's a cool "museum of horror" around here too!

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  • 4

    Buda Castle

    52 reviews

    Very impressed when I first saw this in 1989. Hungary was the frontier for much of the past 500 years.

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  • 5

    Chain Bridge

    44 reviews

    The Chain Bridge, known in Budapest as Széchenyi, connects Buda and Pest, crossing over the Danube and leading to St. Stephen's Basilica.

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  • 6

    St. Stephen's Basilica

    35 reviews

    Beautiful basilica. Be sure to check out the dome and mosaics inside, as well as the main altar. One of the main attractions (?) here is the Holy Right Hand, the mummified forearm of St. Stephen.

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  • 7

    Central Market Hall

    30 reviews

    Gigantic flea market like atmosphere in a large, open space. Come here for lunch and enjoy the aromas of soups, goulash and meats and then shop for everything from clothing, chess games, blown glass to handmade jewelry. Very busy on the weekend, but fun for people watching as well as grabbing some cheap eats.

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  • 8


    27 reviews

    The city of Budapest began its existence as three separate cities: Obudai, Buda and Pest. Today Buda is known for the museums and castles while Pest is where the action is. Most of the best clubs and restaurants are in Pest. Szechenyi Baths, Hero Square and Andrassy Avenue are all in Pest.

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  • 9

    River Danube

    28 reviews

    Take a night cruise here and you won't regret it. Seeing the city at night, under the lights, is an amazing experience. Plenty of boat options to choose from. Make it happen. I added some pictures to see what its like.

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  • 10

    Széchenyi Gyógyfürdő

    25 reviews

    One of the Budapest's most famous spas. It has 3 outdoor pools, 15 indoor thermal pools. You can also use the saunas, steam bathes. Towel and masseges are not included in the entrance price. There is no children ticket.

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  • 11

    Matthias Church

    23 reviews

    Matthias Church located within Trinity Square. This church is over 700 years old! The Gothic tower of the Matthias Church with the Fishermen's Bastion in the background, is one of the most frequently photographed tourist site in Hungary.

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  • 12


    23 reviews

    On the hilly western side of the Danube is where you will find the Buda part of Budapest. This is where you will find the Buda Castle, Matyas Church, Memento Park, and the Gellert Hotel and Monument.

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  • 13

    Margaret Island

    24 reviews

    Great for rollerblading.

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  • 14

    Vaci Utca

    21 reviews

    Main drag for shopping and eating. This is where you will find department stores, the market hall, and lots of opportunities for shopping and eating.

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  • 15

    Szimpla Kert

    18 reviews

    Very touristic, yet - lovely and special place. you won't regret.

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  • 16

    City Park (Budapest)

    20 reviews

    The City Park is located beyond Hero Square at the end of Andrassy Avenue. This extremely handsome park holds its own with anything you'll find in England or France. The main attraction is the Szechenyi Baths, which are housed in a turn of the century palace. There's also a small castle in the park and at the eastern end, a ...

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  • 17

    Great Synagogue

    19 reviews

    Very impressive synagogue, and I'm not even Jewish. Largest functioning synagogue in Europe, second largest in the world.

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  • 18

    Opera House

    20 reviews

    I've never been in the opera house but I've passed a few times on long walks down Andrassy Street. It resembles other turn of the century architecture that I've seen in Vienna but in typical Hungarian style it's a bit more eccentric. The main feature that I noticed is the clam-shell-like awning over the main entrance.

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  • 19


    17 reviews

    Citadella sits at the very top of Gellért Hill. It's quite a hike to get up there, but the view is absolutely incredible once you do. It's definitely worth the strenuous, slightly terrifying (at night) climb.

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  • 20

    Gellért Baths

    16 reviews

    Gellert is the most famous thermal bath in Budapest. Located in just a short stroll away from Liberty bridge. You may wish to take the tram which stops right infront of the Gellert Hotel. Nice cosy bath to chill. It has a total of 6 in-door pools.

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