If you had ever wondered where the castle in Disney movies' logo came from, this may well be your answer.
One of the most important squares in Budapest is located at the end of Andrássy Avenue.
Listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2002, this historical boulevard is the main shopping and dining street in Budapest.
This majestic spa is one of the main reasons Budapest was nicknamed "Spa City" in 1934.
The memorial was erected in 1900, celebrating the thousand years of Hungarian settlement in the Carpathian Basin.
The interior of the Citadel is closed indefinitely. It is only possible to access the Statue of Liberty outside the walls.
This museum may not be the right place to visit for the faint of heart.
The Timewheel is a large hourglass, situated in Budapest next to City Park, right of Heroes' Square and behind the Palace of Art, on the…
This magnificent 18th-century park is simply impossible to miss, as it located in the very heart of the city.
The Holocaust Memorial Center is a renovated synagogue that dates back to the 1920s and serves as a memorial and museum for and about…
This truly bizarre building holds a really good food market where you can buy everything from fast food snacks to local produce.
Visiting this cave is like entering another world - a sphere of unbelievable stone formations, crystals, lights and shadows. Breath-taking!
Did you know the ancient Romans left their unmistakeable mark on Budapest?
The Lukács Thermal Bath is a historic indoor/outdoor thermal bath spa in Budapest, Hungary, heated naturally by hotsprings.
Also called the Old Buda, or simply Óbuda island, this is the largest island in Budapest. It is also a popular park and a recreational area.
The Magyar Vasúttörténeti Park is a railway museum located in Budapest, Hungary at a railway station and workshop of the Hungarian State…
Normafa is a popular tourist sight in the Buda Hills. It is mainly known for its panoramic scenery and fresh air.
Ignác Goldziher, often credited as Ignaz Goldziher, was a Hungarian scholar of Islam.
The Kozma Street Cemetery is the biggest Jewish cemetery of Budapest, Hungary. It is located next to the New Public Cemetery.