Budapest & its surroundings

Includes the county of Pest and the capital Budapest.

Visiting Budapest you'll experience a 2 cities in 1 vacation because the Danube divides the city into two different parts, the hilly Buda and the more cosmopolitan Pest.

Plenty of attractions, including historic monuments, museums, thermal baths, a zoo, restaurants, cafés and a vibrant nightlife scene welcome tourists in the Hungarian capital.

Recommended route by bus:
Chain Bridge - Buda Castle District (Mathias Church and Fishermen's Bastion) - Gellért Hill and Citadel - Central Market Hall - Synagogue - Heroes' Square - Andrassy Avenue - Opera House - St. Stephen's Basilica - Parliament 

Budapest sightseeing in pictures.

Budapest sightseeing tour, Chain Bridge

 

 

 

Budapest's surroundings also offer lots of attractions. Right to the north of Budapest you'll find some exciting holiday spots starting with the charming Szentendre with its cobble-stoned, crooked streets and artistic atmosphere.

The Visegrad Hill towers above the Danube bend providing a breathtaking view. Once having been a royal seat, Visegrad is rich in historical and cultural sights: the former Royal palace, Solomon's tower. You can explore the natural beauties of the hill on meandering hiking tracks. The more adventurous and active can try the bob-sleighing course in summer.

The imposing Basilica is the most famous attraction of Esztergom a city on the Danube bank some 25 km up from Szentendre.

Recommended route by bus:
Budapest - Szentendre - Visegrád - Esztergom - Budapest

Danube Bend in pictures.

Danube Bend tour in Hungary

 

 
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