This is the starting point of all city tours. The main feature of the square is the grandiose Millennium Monument. Take a look at the bronze statues of National Heroes!
It houses the largest Agricultural Museum in Europe. Walk through the courtyard of the castle to fully admire the amazing mix of Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architectural styles!
The Széchenyi Medicinal Bath
The largest bath complex in Europe can boast of natural hot springs. This building definitely deserves your special attention!
The Hungarian Parliament Building
This impressive palace is the most popular tourist attraction: you can marvel at its facades and learn how challenging it was to construct the building.
The Hungarian State Opera House
A true symbol of the classical musical culture of Hungary will enchant you with beautiful architecture and fine statues of the greatest composers.
St. Stephen's Basilica (9 AM – 5 PM)
Adorned with amazing mosaics, stained glass windows, and marble sculptures, this shrine can impress any traveller. At an additional cost, you can visit the observation deck of the Basilica.
The Széchenyi Chain Bridge
The bridge connects Buda and Pest. Walk over the Danube enjoying the panorama of the city and taking wonderful photos!
White stone walls, unusual passages and arches, as well as a variety of bas-reliefs and ornaments give this architectural complex truly fabulous charm. It also offers a breathtaking view of the Danube!
The castle used to be the residence of the Hungarian Kings. Admire luxurious fountains, sculptures, and the architecture of the Royal Palace! There also are many museums, galleries, and libraries in the castle.
The Citadella Observation Deck
To catch amazing shots, go up to the observation deck. Situated at the very top of Gellért Hill, this site offers a picturesque view of both Elizabeth Bridge and the centre of Pest.
Central Market Hall
The guided tour around Budapest will end with a walk through Central Market Hall where you will be able to watch the lifestyle of the locals. The oldest market offers fresh food and authentic souvenirs.