Budapest is a European city like no other. It’s known for thermal baths, ruined bars, and world-class street food. It’s a city that captures the heart of anyone who goes here, and once you visit, you’ll understand why.

Relax in A Thermal Bath

A trip to Budapest wouldn’t be complete without a visit to one of its many relaxing thermal baths. There are seven thermal baths in the city, but the most popular and biggest thermal bath is the Széchenyi Thermal Bath. 

Check out the Jewish Quarter and Dohány Street Synagogue

Budapest is divided into 23 districts. The seventh district is also known as the Jewish Quarter and it’s where you’ll find the Dohány Street Synagogue, the largest synagogue outside of Israel. 

Climb up to Fisherman’s Bastion and St Matthias Church

The Fisherman’s Bastion is a Neo-Romanesque terrace that offers panoramic views of the city. It has seven stone towers that were built to symbolize the seven chieftains who founded Hungary. 

Drink a Beer on Chain Bridge

You’ll find many young crowds sitting on the green iron railings and listening to music, sharing food and drinks, and having a laugh as the sun sets. 

Learn about Budapest’s Holocaust History

Today, there is a memorial on the Danube called ‘The Shoes on the Danube Bank.’ This is a bronze art installation that is to commemorate the lives lost during this horrific time in history. 

Shop for Souvenirs at The Central Market Hall (Great Market Hall)

The Central Market Hall, also known as the Great Market Hall, was built in 1897 and is the largest market hall in the city (yes, there are more than one).