Budapest is an enchanting city with beautiful palaces and castles. See the city sights on a city tour as you are chauffeured along Budapest's elegant boulevards to Heroes’ Square, across the mighty Danube and up to Gellert Hill. Look out over the famous river dividing Buda and Pest - the two sides linked by the Chain and Elizabeth Bridges. Visit the Castle District and enjoy the amazing views from the Fisherman’s Bastion over the exquisite Parliament building, one of the largest in Europe. During your free time, perhaps take time to spend the afternoon at the popular pedestrian shopping street of Váci utca where the city’s fine museums and monuments, churches and synagogues, historic squares and buildings are within easy reach or enjoy a relaxing visit to one of Budapest's famous thermal baths, literally an institution in Budapest!
The capital of Hungary presents itself as a cosmopolitan and elegant city in the heart of Central Europe. The city looks back on a remarkable and historic past that is reflected in impressive art nouveau buildings and bath palaces, magnificent boulevards and traditional coffee houses and cafes. The Buda Castle Hill situated in the Buda district with its majestic castle and historical Old Town with charming lanes has been declared as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site. The commercial center of the lively metropolis is situated in the east district Pest. Besides shopping miles, Pest also offers its visitors diverse cultural highlights such as performances in the Opera House at the famous Boulevard Andrassy ut or in the postmodern Palace of Arts near the River Danube. An absolute “must” for everybody interested in art is to visit the internationally renowned museum of visual arts or the Hungarian National Gallery.
In summer, an international audience is attracted to numerous cafes, the night life offers along the River Danube and to various festivals. Let yourself be inspired by this fascinating metropolis and also visit the surrounding regions of the Lake Balaton, the Danube Bend (knee) and the boundless Puszta.