Budapest is the capital of Hungary, the largest and most populous city of it, and the ninth most populous city in the European Union. Budapest is the political, cultural, commercial, industrial and transportation center of the country. Budapest is a popular tourist destination among tourists, the world's 27th and Europe's 7th most visited city. Budapest also has several world heritage sites, including the Danube, some buildings of the University of Technology,  the area around Chain Bridge, Gellért Bath, Gellért Hill Statue of Liberty and the Citadel, the Buda Castle hill and its buildings; the Royal Palace, the Water City baroque churches and Ottoman baths.

On the Pest side of the Danube, the Parliament, the Roosevelt Square, the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the Gresham Palace belongs to the World Heritage List. The Heroes' Square and its surroundings, as well as the Andrássy Avenue with the Millennium Underground railway, which is the second oldest in the world after London, and in 2002 became a part of World Heritage.

The City Park in Budapest became the world's first public park open to all. It’s the capital holiday resort and cultural center. During the millennium, for the millennium celebrations was built on the Heroes' Square, the Vajdahunyad Castle, and continuously it’s buildings, the artificial lake, a skating rink, the Budapest Zoo and the Botanical Garden, the Amusement Park, the Budapest Grand Circus, the Széchenyi Bath, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Art Gallery.

The Heroes Square, which closes the Andrássy avenue,is Budapest's largest square. In the middle stands the Millennium Monument,on the top with the Archangel Gabriel, who is holding in his hands the pound replica of the Holy Crown.On the pedestal of monument there are the seven tribal chieftains with equestrian sculptures, ornately crafted. In the semicircular two-piece pantheon are the statues of the kings of Hungary and the  largest historical figures and military leaders.

Budapest is the capital with the most of thermal baths in the world. Here you will find even the world's largest thermal water cave system, the largest synagogue in Europe (in the Dohany Street) and the Hungarian Parliament building, which is the world's third largest parliamentary building and currently the home of the Holy Crown.

Sights, exhibitions, concerts, lectures, numerous events are waiting for you!


  • Heroes' Square
  • Andrassy Avenue
  • St. Stephen's Basilica
  • Chain Bridge
  • Country House
  • Buda Castle
  • Opera
  • Castle District
  • Matthias church
  • Fishermen
  • Gellert Hill / Citadel
  • Vaci street
  • City-Park

Children programs:

  • Palace of wonders
  • Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden
  • Budapest Puppet Theatre
  • Kolibri Theatre
  • Budapest Circus
  • Children's Railway
  • Planetarium


Navigation on the Danube: breakfast, lunch or dinner opportunities on the boat during a sightseeing.

Szentendre: artistic city only 30 minutes from Budapest. Take a stroll among the small shops and colorful rooftops, or visit the Marzipan Museum.

Riverride bus: marine and land-based sightseeing opportunities. The tour begins in the streets, and then continue on the water. The pipeline leads the most important places of Budapest. Just to mention a few: the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Parliament, the Cathedral, the Opera House, Andrassy Avenue, the largest space with  its museums. Then the RiverRide confidently but slowly dip between the boats on the Danube. You can have a view of the Parliament, Budapest's oldest bridge, the Chain Bridge.

The world-famous spas: Széchenyi, Rudas and Gellert Baths, built in Neo-Baroque style.

For museum lovers:

  • Museum of Applied Arts
  • Vasarely Museum
  • Museum of Fine Arts
  • National Museum
  • National Gallery
  • House of Terror
  • Memento Park
  • Jewish Museum
  • Museum of transportation
  • Military History Museum
  • Millennium Park
  • Palace of wonders
  • Vajdahunyad Castle


Budapest, capital of Hungary is the largest and most populated city of the country, one of the largest cities of the European Union.
Budapest is the political, cultural, commercial, industrial and transportation centre of the country, a very popular destination among tourists. Budapest also has several world heritage sites including the Danube, the Buda Castle quarter, the Andrássy Avenue, the Heroes' Square and the Millennium underground railway, (the second oldest metro in the world). The beautiful Danube bridges, the baths, the unique ruin bars and a lots of pubs and clubs in the city are also very tempting characteristics of Budapest.