Set within the hub of Hungary’s capital, this superior hotel on the riverside offers luxury accommodation at an affordable price. Guest rooms come with air conditioning, cable television and high-speed internet. You will also find tea and coffee facilities available to you, as well as complimentary toiletries in your en-suite. Services on-site, include a hair salon, a florist and a gift shop; you’ll find everything you need. For those who seek leisure in a hotel, look no further – there is an extensive range of facilities including a health club, a spa, and a sauna. This hotel even has two swimming pools – one inside and one outside – so you can enjoy a swim whatever time of year you’re visiting. If you’re in Budapest for business, there are conference rooms and audio/visual equipment available for your use.
Local attractions include the famous Buda Castle, which lies in the castle district. Many choose to take a guided tour of the area, as this is a great way to immerse oneself in the city’s rich history. You can then visit Heroes’ Square, a World heritage site where you’ll find the Millenium Memorial. The Museum of Fine Arts is not far from here, and is ideal for any art or history enthusiast.
If you’re looking for an authentic shopping experience, then the central market hall is the place for you. Here, you can shop for Hungarian souvenirs and gifts for your loved ones. The size of the market is impressive, but luckily there are plenty of places within the hall for you to rest your feet. Traditional Hungarian food is readily available, and is a must try. There are also plenty of activities for children to engage with, many of which are situated within the city park. The Grand Circus is a popular choice for many visitors, and is certainly worth visiting. Alternatively, the lake provides several leisure options. It is used for ice-skating during Winter, but you can enjoy a tranquil boat trip throughout the rest of the year.
Budapest has many dining destinations for you to discover, including several award winning ones. You’ll almost certainly try traditional cuisine with unique and tantalizing flavours, but be sure to wash it down with some vintage Hungarian wine – it is definitely worth a taste. In the evening, why not visit the famous Budapest Opera House? The beautiful 19th century building is widely regarded as one of the best opera houses in the world, and watching a performance there is an experience not to be missed. We hope you enjoy your visit to Budapest!