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Cruise the Danube River

By Viator, July 2014

4 star rating: Recommended 413 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Nothing compares to the romance of cruising the River Danube at night and seeing the twinkling lights of central Europe’s most beautiful city. Deserving of its nickname, "of the East", ...  Read more

Big Bus Sightseeing Tours in Europe

By Viator, July 2014

4 star rating: Recommended 18 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Is it your first time to Paris? Need an introduction to London? Want to see the highlights of Budapest? A Big Bus Sightseeing Tour is the perfect way to orient yourself in a European city you don’t ...  Read more

3 Days in Budapest: Suggested Itineraries

By Viator, July 2014

4.5 star rating: Recommended 482 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Explore the fascinating past and dynamic present of Hungary’s capital. Day 1: Historic Buda First, get your bearings. The Danube follows a roughly north-south route through the middle of the ...  Read more

Wine Tasting in Budapest

By Viator, June 2014

4 star rating: Recommended 24 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Hungary produces quality wines from 22 wine-growing regions and is now challenging France in the wine-producing stakes, with quality vintages that rival the reds of Bordeaux, aided by the perfect ...  Read more

Christmas Markets in Budapest

By Viator, November 2013

4 star rating: Recommended 7 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Budapest celebrates Christmas in style, with several markets opening in mid-November and staying in business until after New Year. The city dresses in its festive finery, with twinkling Christmas ...  Read more

Budapest

By Anonymous, January 2013

We traveled to Budapest while touring the Christmas Markets of Europe. There ae actually two cities, Buda and Pest (pronounced Pesht). It was beautiful and I really enjoyed all the sites. The ...  Read more

Holocaust Memorial in Budapest

By Photoman , November 2011

One of the most moving memorials I have seen is one along the bank of the Danube River in Budapest. It consists of 45 pairs of bronzed shoes representing 45 Jews who were shot by the Hungarian ...  Read more

Budapest classical walking tour

By sanyi , Hungary, December 2011

Walking city tours are the best options to explore the real aspect of Budapest. See the most visited sights of the Hungarian capital, explore the hidden cultural treasures, and enjoy the ambience of ...  Read more

Budapest Step by Step

By Budapest Expert: ...  , Hungary, July 2011

Budapest, the capital of Hungary is a city with a population of 2 million which definitely means there are a lot to see and do there. Most tourists however, come only for 3-4 days, which is just ...  Read more

All the World’s a Festival

By Budapest Expert: ...  , Hungary, June 2011

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Rating

Hungary has recently become a country of festivals. Hundreds of them are organised year by year in a lot of topics, but practically in two categories: cultural and gastronomy festivals (or the two ...  Read more

Farewell Winter, Here Comes Spring - The End of Winter in Budapest

By Budapest Expert: ...  , Hungary, February 2011

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Rating

February is the shortest month of the year, and yet, it often seems that it would never last. The feasts of December are over by now, you have long forgotten about your New Year’s wows, the snow ...  Read more

Budapest by Bike

By John Reality , Cambodia, July 2012

The many beautiful bridges that span the Danube (a total of 10) are best toured by bike, as is much of the rest of the city. Luckily, there are a number of reputable operations geared up to ...  Read more

Wine Tasting in and Around Budapest

By John Reality , Cambodia, June 2012

There aren’t any noteworthy vineyards in Budapest , but there are plenty of opportunities to sample domestic and foreign wines at a number fantastic locations. The following are a few of the ...  Read more

Free Things to Do in Budapest

By John Reality , Cambodia, May 2012

Budapest has long been a proud cultural staple of Europe, and these days, you would be pressed not to find at least some arts and music events to attend around the city. Unfortunately, not all of ...  Read more

Strolling from Roosevelt to Liberty

By John Reality , Cambodia, April 2012

Situated at the foot of the beautiful Chain Bridge, Roosevelt Square (named in honor of the former American president in 1947, and recently renamed in honor of Széchenyi István) offers ...  Read more

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