It is no coincidence that Budapest is called the “Paris of the East”.
Budapest is result of three cities: Buda, Pest and Óbuda, united by the Chain Bridge and seven other bridges, still today some of the most photographed corners of Budapest.
Three days is enough to discover the Hungarian capital: from Roman Budapest to medieval one with the Castle.
So here’s what we’ve included in THE ULTIMATE GUIDE OF BUDAPEST.
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1- ADMIRE THE ST. STEPHAN'S BASILICA
We must to put into Ultimate guide of Budapest, one of the most important church in Hungary.
St. Stephen’s Basilica is an amazing place where is possile to admire the beautiful Neo-Classical style architecture and stunning decoration of the interior.
You can also climb up the tower and see Budapest from above.
2- DISCOVER THE BEAUTY OF THE HUNGARIAN PARLAMENT
This is absolutly one of the most popular attractions of Budabest, for this reason we have added it in our Ultimate Guide.
The parlament is best viewed from the other side of Danube river, expecially from Fisherman’s Bastion.
3- GO TO BUDA CASTLE
In the third position of ultimate guide of Budapest we found BUDA CASTLE.
Walked along the Danube river and cross the Széchenyi Chain Bridge ( the most famouse bridgeof Budapest) towards Buda Castle and climb to the top of the hill to the courtyard for a breathtaking view of the city.
You can reach the castle on the restored historic Castle Funicular Railway, which departs from Buda end of the Chain Bridge.
You can also go inside and check out the National Gallery if you have time to spare
4- ENJOY THE CITY FROM FISHERMAN'S BASTIONE
In our opinion, this is the best place from which to see the whole of Budapest.
You’ll immediately fall in love with it for its architecture that will remind you a lot of movies like Harry Potter!
You can enjoy a good coffee or a snack in one of the bars located on the walls, and enjoy the breathtaking view of the city.
Our advice is to go in the morning enough price to avoid finding the tourist buses.
5- HAVE RELAX IN ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUSE SPA
After a day of sightseeing around Budapest, you need to relax.
There are plenty of spas and spas in town, but they’re always very crowded.
If you want to enjoy a moment of true relaxation, then the CORINTHIA HOTEL spa is for you.
Built in 1886, it is one of the oldest but also most well-kept in this city.