Head here if you want to see the largest building in Hungary, one of the two tallest buildings in Budapest and a serving location for the…
Probably the most iconic and recognizable landmark in Budapest, this castle, included in the UNESCO World Heritage list, is a must-see for…
If you had ever wondered where the castle in Disney movies' logo came from, this may well be your answer.
This Neoclassical church, consecrated in 1905, is the largest church in Budapest as well as one of the two tallest buildings in the city.
A huge indoor market in the heart of Budapest. It is also the oldest one in the city.
The Széchenyi Bath is one of the largest medical spa complexes in Europe (offering 21 pools).
This ZOO with its botanical garden has a really impressive history dating back to the 19th century.
No wonder this fountain is one of Hungary's most beloved places of interest.
This truly bizarre building holds a really good food market where you can buy everything from fast food snacks to local produce.
The Elizabeth Lookout is a historic lookout tower on János Hill above Budapest.
These baths, boasting intricately-designed outdoor pools, were the first baths in the entire city to allow their visitors to bathe outside.
Easily accessible from the city, the hills are a perfect getaway. Take a walk here and enjoy the Central European landscape.
This history museum is itself a living piece of history. Built in the 13th century, it used to serve as the royal palace of Hungarian kings,…
The Royal Palace of Gödöllő or Grassalkovich Castle is an imperial and royal Hungarian palace located in the municipality of Gödöllő in…
This citadel was built in the 13th century by king Béla IV, as a part of a larger chain of fortifications in the area.
A protected area that showcases animals typical for the region. The surrounding nature is enchanting no matter the season.
This partially reconstructed ruin boasts great views of the surrounding lands. A good choice for a family trip.
Ármin Vámbéry, also known as Arminius Vámbéry, was a Hungarian Turkologist and traveller.
Maria Theresa Walburga Amalia Christina was the only female ruler of the Habsburg dominions, ruling from 1740 until her death.
Normafa is a popular tourist sight in the Buda Hills. It is mainly known for its panoramic scenery and fresh air.
Ödön Lechner was a Hungarian architect, one of the prime representatives of the Hungarian Szecesszió style, which was related to Art…