Oct 28, 2019 - Oct 29, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
The capital of Hungary, Budapest, is well known for its great size, high GDP and many cultural institutions, making it one of the most desired destinations for travelers to the EU. The sunny summers and autumns provide plenty of opportunity for tourists to explore the many museums, historic buildings and outdoor activities that the city has to offer.
Until 1873, Budapest was actually two separate cities named Buda and Pest respectively. Even today these two sections of Budapest, separated by the Danube River, each retain their own unique character. By day you can check out scenic views of the city in hilly Buda, and by night you can shop and dine in the bustling district of Pest.
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Most hotels in Budapest are clustered around the Danube River. Those located in Pest along the east side are close to a plethora of shopping and dining options. Those in Buda on the west side of the Danube offer beautiful views and short distances to the best sightseeing tours in the city.
There is a hotel in Budapest for any budget; prices per night can range from around the high $200's to as low as $40.
Budapest is a wonderful and affordable city for a unique honeymoon. Hotel Parlament is very popular with couples and has a sauna for post-tour relaxation. Couples with small children will love the childcare service at Bohem Art Hotel. Art'otel Budapest is an affordable hotel located in Buda with excellent views of the city.
Budapest has many boutique options for the discerning traveler. Hotel Nemzeti is known for its incredible service and dining options. La Prima Fashion Hotel is in a wonderful location for sightseers, being just a short walk from Liberty Bridge. Hotel Zenit is an affordable boutique option that puts you in close proximity to the shops on the Pest side of the city.
The people were so grumpy and the atmosphere there absolutely disturbed me. I was hit a few times by some people and they didn’t even bother to say sorry. Been to some restaurants and they didn’t welcome us! After the trip i decided not to go again
* One of the best sightseeing locations in Europe, especially at night ❤️ & great historical places to visit as well. * A great choice for a quick getaway, have fun and chillax. * A great place for shopping especially when you stay in within the center of Budapest. * Never getting bored to visiting the place
I’m currently on my 8th day, and I have another 10 days left, and I’m not worried I’m going to run out of things to do. Yes, the weather hasn’t always been ideal, but the market and museums have made up for it. I urge you to go, grab a map and circle where you want to visit. It’s relatively cheap for attractions and objectively cheap for food and drink. Beautiful city. :)
Budapest is like taking a step back into time, it definitely feels like Eastern Europe with tall, looming buildings and giant windows. It is beautiful and welcoming.