Guía turística de Budapest


Fancy visiting Budapest? Here you can find all the information you need about what to see, the best Roman baths, or where to stay, as well as much much more.

The Danube River, a source of inspiration for many artists, used to divide Buda and Pest, two large towns that became a single city in 1873, which is currently one of Europe's most important capital cities. Enormous iron bridges join both banks. On the one side, Buda, the formal Royal district and the most elegant residential area and, on the other side, Pest, the commercial and financial heart of the city.

Explore the city’s historical streets and you'll discover why Budapest is called the Pearl of the Danube and why over 7 million tourists visit it every year. The Hungarian capital will fascinate you.

Budapest, the most stunning city on the Danube

The Polish writer and winner of the Prince of Asturias Award, Claudio Magris describes Budapest as the Pearl of the Danube after traveling through Europe. 

In our opinion, Budapest is pleasantly surprising. We read a lot of supposed negative aspects about the city, about the supposed rudeness of the locals, how many of the buildings need restoration, and many other interesting facts about Hungary’s capital city.

While it's true that Budapest isn’t as “fairytale” as Prague, we travelers, unlike tourists, have the capacity to find the beauty of a city behind its façades. What’s more, we were treated very kindly in Budapest, except by the metro inspectors!

Where to begin?

To make the most of your visit, we recommend you read about Budapest’s general information and the city’s top attractions. Once you have decided what you want to visit, you can plan your itinerary with our interactive map.

Generally, you'll need three days to get a feel for the city.

Need accommodation?

If you still haven’t booked a hotel, hostel, or apartment, we recommend you visit our search engine where you'll find all kinds of accommodation with the best rates guaranteed. You can get up to 75% off if you pay directly at your hotel.

Thinking of also visiting Prague or Vienna?

If you want to visit other beautiful cities in central Europe, we recommend Prague and Vienna.

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Your Guide to Budapest

If you're looking to visit Budapest, this guide is just what you need. With a city of more than 1.7 million inhabitants and an unintelligible language, things can be difficult.

The information and the data here have been updated in December 2022. If you find any errors or anything which should be changed, please contact us.

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