Budapest is unarguably a beautiful city, with a lot of history. However, as the saying goes: “a picture is worth a thousand words”, so instead of giving a history lesson, we will let Budapest’s beauty convince you to visit with the help of pictures.
Margaret Island is not only stunning, but it also offers child-friendly activities, as well as a musical fountain.
The Children’s Railway is operated by children for children. The railway offers rides and programs all-year-round for train lovers.
Of course, the Budapest Zoo is a must for curious little animal lovers.
Normafa is beautiful throughout all seasons. It also has a playground and a lookout tower to admire the panorama from.
And while you are in the Buda Castle area to see the church, be sure to wander around and check out the Fisherman’s Bastion as well.
Gellért Hill offers a magnificent view of the city from up above, the stunning Liberty Statue, and also a church in a cave.
The synagogue in Dohány Street is the largest synagogue in all of Europe.
Heroes’ Square may be a tourist favourite, but it is not the only gorgeous square Budapest has to offer.
Széchenyi Thermal Bath is one of the largest in Europe with 21 pools to please visitors.
Gellért Baths is a part of the famous Gellért Hotel.
Unwind with a view! Rudas Thermal Bath has a rooftop pool from which you can see the Danube.
Ruin pubs are a speciality of Budapest, and Szimpla Kert is right in the heart of the city.
Another favourite is Mazel Tov. It is a mix of “urban gardens, creative openness, and popular Mediterranean cuisine,” according to their Facebook page. It is a culture club with food, drinks, and different programs.
Source: Daily News Hungary