Unsure about what to see in Budapest and how to structure a sightseeing tour?
If you're planning a trip to Hungary, don't miss out on Budapest sightseeing. If you don't know how to start planning, I can help!
You should definitely see it:
- Városliget and Hősök tere - one of the main jewels of the Pest side. In the square you can learn about Hungarian history and in the park there are important and interesting things to see.
- Opera House and Music Academy, Nagymező Street - the centre of culture, with pedestrian streets and cafés and restaurants. It's worth walking around and enjoying the atmosphere of noisy Pest.
- the right and left banks of the Danube, Margaret Island and the bridges - the Danube is in the middle of Budapest and gives the city its pulse! You can walk, but you can also sail here.
- the Royal Castle and the whole Old Town, with the famous Fisherman's Bastion and Matthias Church - the most important part of the Buda side
- Basilica and Parliament - 2 iconic buildings of the city not to be missed!
I always start my walk in Heroes Square because this is where you can really understand the history of the country and the Hungarian people!
Of course, it's worth visiting the Pest side first, then the Buda side, and end the walk at the Castle or Margaret Island, where you can take a break
If you want to be on the safe side, ask for a guide who will help you to structure your program in a logical and comfortable way! He or she will know how to
- where and how much time to spend,
- how to get around most easily,
- where to go to the toilets,
- what you need to know,
- where to find a real Hungarian restaurant or a good coffee.
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