Budapest and it’s surrounding areas always have something exciting to offer for it’s visitors. There are hundreds of sites to see in and around Budapest and even more events on the calendar that are not to be missed.
Visit the Buda Castle Hill where you can see the breathtaking view of the city or take part in one the authentic wine tasting evenings. Take a stroll down the bank of the Danube to catch a glimpse of the Parliament building or go on a boat ride on the Danube to Margaret Island to walk around it’s beautiful parks and visit it’s monastery’s ruins.
Taking a stroll from the neo-classical Saint Stephen Cathedral at the heart of the city along Andrassy Avenue you can shop around in high-end stores and admire the city’s beautiful buildings and architecture.
Walking past the Opera house and arriving at the Liszt Ferenc ter an oasis of bars, cafes and restaurants welcomes passers by.
Arriving at Heroes Square at the end of Andrassy Avenue museums offer a cultural experience. The Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden is located just a few hundred meters from Heroes Square housing more than 1000 species of animals and plants.
If this wasn’t enough fun Budapest’s very own Theme Park and National Circus are only down the road from here. And if you are feeling a bit tired and in need of a relaxing massage then visit Szechenyi Spa just opposite the Circus, neighbouring Budapest’s city park. You can read more about Budapest’s and Hungary’s healing waters and spas.
With all the things to see and experience and a constant array of events on throughout the year it’s guaranteed that everyone will find something to their liking. Find the best things here to do in and around Budapest during your stay.