From relaxing thermal baths to lively ruins bars, the Hungarian capital is always full of surprises.
Commonly referred to as the “City of Spas”, Budapest is not only one of Europe’s most architecturally beautiful cities, but one of its most relaxing. The Hungarian capital is home to more than 100 natural thermal springs, so during your Budapest trip, be sure to carve out time to take an indulgent soak in the famous Szechenyi Spa Baths, and factor in a massage too!
Budapest was a city built during a short time when wealth flowed throughout the city. To be rewarded with an invigorating perspective of Budapest’s best architecture, be sure to experience it with a leisurely stroll along the banks of the River Danube, where you can gaze upon the expansive Hungarian parliament building, designed and constructed in a stunning Gothic Revival aesthetic. Alternatively, take a scenic river cruise at sunset to get even more extensive views of the Hungarian capital.
A thrilling combination of complex history and a trendy, modern artistic style, there is an exciting range of different things for visitors to see and do in Budapest.
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