From Art Nouveau flourishes to stunning architecture, café culture in Budapest dates back centuries. And as a result, there’s more than a few libation locations worth looking out for.
If you’re going to Italy then taste the food, if you’re off to France, take in the architecture, but if by any chance you happen to be heading to Hungary; then take a bath!
If you’re after a unique vintage piece, Buda’s bustling second-hand scene offers shoppers an eclectic mix of the striking, the wonderful and the bizarre.
Walk through a rose garden, bathe in the thermal waters of the Palatinus, climb the water tower, cycle, job or simply wander around this gorgeous park.
Rising from the gentrification of Budapest’s 7th District over the last decade, the city’s ruin bars are a true phenomenon of rehashed urban decay.
From the Buda Castle and Castle District all the way to the world-famous Gellért Baths, here’s what to look out on any quest for the discovery of Budapest architecture.
Budapest shines at its brightest during the summer months, its castles glisten in the sunlight and the Danube is speckled with boats. It’s the best time of year