If you’re heading to Budapest in 2023, we’ve popped together a list of things to add to your itinerary to make your trip a time to remember.
Whether you’re looking for a relaxed weekend away or a fun-packed exploration of this historic city, there’s something on the list for everyone.
Let’s explore Budapest!
The Buda Castle is a UNESCO World Heritage Site dating back to the 13th century and steeped in history. Its stunning complexity of buildings offers a glimpse of Hungarian times passed, and you can learn about the heritage and development of the city. The castle is free to visit, but you will be expected to pay entry fees for some of the museums.
The Budapest History Museum costs around 10 EUR.
The Danube River runs through the centre of Budapest, connecting the two parts of the city formally known separately as Buda and Pest. With a Danube River Cruise, you’ll sail by some of Budapest’s most iconic landmarks, such as the Chain Bridge, the Parliament Building and the Buda Castle.
Depending on the duration of your cruise and time of day, prices vary, but you can expect to pay around 20-30 EUR per person.
One of the most iconic buildings in Budapest, this stunning example of Gothic Revival architecture is hard to miss sitting beside the Danube River.
Housing the National Assembly of Hungary, you can take a guided tour for around 16 EUR per person.
Hungary is famous for its thermal baths, believed to hold healing properties. The most popular baths include the Széchenyi Bath, the Gellért Bath, and the Rudas Bath.
Prices vary depending on the bath you choose, but you can expect to pay around 20-30 EUR per person.
Hungarian cuisine is some of the best you’ll try in the world, and taking a food tour is an exciting way to experience the local food scene and culture. Dig into traditional dishes such as goulash, chimney cake and lángos. Budapest Food Tour, Secret Food Tours, Taste Hungary, and Budapest Tasting Tours are popular food tour companies in the city.
Costs start from around 60 EUR per person and guarantee deliciousness throughout!
Budapest is famous for its classical music scene, and there are many opportunities to attend concerts all year round. The best venues to catch classical music concerts are the Hungarian State Opera House, the Palace of Arts and the Franz Liszt Academy of Music.
You can grab tickets for as little as 20 EUR per person.
The Beauty of Budapest
There’s much to see and explore when visiting Budapest. This stunning historic city dazzles the eyes as you wander around during the day and night. These activities should add a touch of inspiration to your itinerary when planning your trip to Budapest.
Whatever you do, immerse yourself in the rich culture of Hungary’s capital city!