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Hungarian National Museum

In 1802, Count Ferenc Széchényi offered his rich collection to the nation to establish the Hungarian National Museum. That is why, Hungary respects this year as the foundation of the Hungarian National Museum. Those days, the collect...


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Buda Castle District and the Royal Palace

The Buda Castle is since 1987 part of UNESCO World Heritage. The Royal Palace of Buda is located on top of Castle Hill in the Buda Castle district, which is well known for its beautiful baroque buildings. The Royal Palace has been constantly under...


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Airport Transfer

Whenever you arrive at Budapest, Ferihegy Airport, the easiest way to get to your pre-booked hotel, is if you have a transfer waiting for you. We recommend the best Budapest airport shuttle, a comfortable and reliable door-to-door service. If...


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Guided 3-hour city tour

3-hour sightseeing tour by bus with a local tour guide Route: Margaret-Bridge, Royal Castle, Fishermen’s Bastion, Matthias Church, Gellért Hill, Heroes’ square, Opera, St Stephen’s Basilica Tour ends: downtown a...


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Gellért Baths

The Gellért Baths and Hotel was built in 1918, although there had once been Turkish baths on the site, and in the Middle Ages a hospital. In 1927 the Baths were extended to include the wave pool, and the effervescent bath was added in 1934....


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Church of St. Elizabeth of the House of Árpád

The impressive Neo-Gothic spires of this church rise to an impressive 76 metres above the city. Designed by Imre Steindl, the construction was finished in 1901. There is a beautiful rose garden surrounding this Catholic church; thus the name of th...


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Herend

For both contemporary and traditional fine porcelain, one should definitely go visit Herend. The most popular motifs made by the company are the Victoria pattern of butterflies and wildflowers which were designed for the British Queen during the...


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Budapest City Park

The City Park (Városliget in Hungarian) is packed with things to do and places to see. The park was the main venue of the millennium celebrations in 1896. Behind Heroes' Square lies the ice-skating rink which is a lake in the summer w...


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Gödöllő

The Royal Palace The Palace is one of the most important, largest monuments of Hungarian Palace architecture. Its builder, Count Antal Grassalkovich I (1694-1771) was a typical figure of the regrouping Hungarian aristocracy of the 18th century...


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About Hungary

Hungary, is an independent, democratic state located in Central-Europe. The capital of the Hungarian Republic is Budapest. The country lies roughly in the centre of Europe in the Carpathian Basin. It is nearly equidistant from the Atlantic Ocean, ...


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Corvinteto

Corvinteto is one of the newer clubs in Budapest. It is built on top of an old department store building. It is a very nice spot to hang out in the city with the one and only open air rooftop underground club in Budapest! They have the panorama, c...


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Hungarian National Gallery

The Hungarian National Gallery is the largest public collection documenting and presenting the rise and development of the fine arts in Hungary. ...


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Budapest Card

What is Budapest Card for? Budapest Card has been invented for Tourists to save money while they are discovering the Hungarian capital. It is available for 48 or 72 hours with big discounts, you can save up to 5000 HUF daily with its great advan...


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Hop-on hop-off tour

2-hour sightseeing tour by bus with a local tour guide. The sightseeing tour includes 14 stops, ticket is valid for 24 hours.   Route: Chain Bridge Pest side, Synagogue, Parliament, Liszt Ferenc square, Heroes’ square, Sz&eacu...


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Széchenyi Baths

The Széchenyi Baths are one of the largest bathing complexes in all Europe, and the only “old” medicinal baths to be found in the Pest side of the city. The indoor medicinal baths date from 1913 and the outdoor pools from 1927. ...


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Dohány Street Synagogue

The Great Synagogue in Dohány street is the world’s second largest synagogue. It was built by the Neolog Jewish community of Budapest between 1854 and 1859; its architect was Ludwig Förster from Vienna, Austria. Parts of the inte...


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Royal Wine House & Cellar Museum Shop

The Royal Wine House & Cellar Museum Shop is a new tourist attraction in the Castle District with exhibits and tastings. They also have a wide variety of wines. Their collection includes 250 still wines, 35 sparkling wines and 35 fruit brand...


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Amusement Park

Right across from Széchenyi Thermal Bath is the Amusement Park, whose history dates back to the beginning of the 1800-s. The original park was called Vurstli.   ...


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Szentendre

Szentendre is known as the town of living art due to its artist colony of international renown, and its museums and galleries. With its well preserved, distinctive 18th-century townscape, the town centre is a group of heritage buildings unique in ...


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Godor Klub

This spacious, jazzy club is right in the heart of downtown on what once was the parking lot of the city's communist-era bus station. Later on it was a hollowed out, abandoned construction site for the National Theater, which ended up elsewher...


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Museum of Applied Arts

The Budapest Museum of Applied Arts, one of the oldest of its kind, dates from 1872. It is not just the exhibits but also the architectural splendours of the museum that make it such a pleasure to visit. The three-story building, which first opene...


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Chain Bridge

The Széchenyi Chain Bridge is the first permanent bridge over the Danube between Buda and Pest. Built in 1849, it played a major role in the unification of Pest, Buda and Óbuda later in 1873. Its construction was triggered by the fac...


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Budapest Car Rental

Car rental

Rent a car on discounted online rates!  High quality, affordable rates – book your rental car easily, without queuing via our system. Benefit from our special offers! You can choose from a wide selection of quality rental cars: compa...


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Lukács Medicinal Baths

The Lukács Baths are Turkish in origin and located in the Buda side of the citygin, although they were only revived at the end of the nineteenth century. This was also when the spa and treatment centre were founded. ...


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Inner City Parish Church

The oldest church in Pest, dating back to the 12th century. Built in Romanesque style on the site of the grave of martyr Bishop Gellért, who was, according to the legend, put in a barrel and rolled off of today’s Gellért hill. ...


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Budapest Wine Society (Bortarsasag)

Bortársaság used to be known as the Budapest Wine Society. It has 6 retail outlets and has an exceptional selection of Hungarian wines. The people working there are true experts on the subject of Hungarian Wines. Their offer ranges...


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Budapest Zoo & Botanical Garden

The zoo offers a mix of exotic and domestic animals.  ...


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Etyek

Of the approximately 1000 wine cellars standing here before World War II, nowadays about 500 are in use. Two rows created in the mid 1800's are protected heritage sites....


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Old Man’s music pub

The Old Man’s Pub is the centre of the Hungarian pop music life with the most popular blues, soul and funky bands playing every night starting from 21 PM. The pub resembles the legendary marquee club in London, where The Beatles started thei...


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Aquincum Museum

The visible ruins of the Aquincum Civil Town represent the excavated one third of the central settlement. The structure of the Aquincum Civil Town was greatly influenced by both the area's natural geography and its previous architectural histo...


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Heroes Square

Heroes’ Square is one of the most visited sights of the Hungarian capital, is situated in front of the City Park, at the end of the Andrássy Avenue, one of the most important streets of Budapest, a World Heritage site. The millennial ...


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Budapest Taxi Service

Taxi service

Let us order you a reliable taxi service! There are plenty of taxi choices in Budapest, but please beware of the unfaithful private taxis. To avoid any disappointments, we highly recommend that you only use taxis with and official logo. Fur...


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Budapest - Great Synagogue Tour

  Route: The tour starts in front of the Great Synagogue of Dohány utca, 7th district, where the participants visit the second largest synagogue of the world and the Jewish Museum. Then the Jewish Cemetery, the Tree of Life and t...


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Rudas Medical Baths

The Rudas Baths are not only superbly centrally placed – in the narrow strip of land between Gellért Hill and the River Danube – they are also an outstanding example of architecture dating from the Turkish period. The central fe...


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Mathias Church

The church is officially called The Church of Our Lady, and served as a coronation church from the 16th century on. Its vast ecclesiastical collection and treasury is open for visitors. During the centuries, the church underwent several major tran...


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Dunaparti Auction House & Gallery

Also known as the ‘Inner Town Auction House’. The auctions organized here follow themes, for instance: Artwork, Graphics, Jewellery, Silver and Sculpture. From Monday 5pm in September up to June the Auction House is open for viewing ...


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Grand Circus of the Capital

The City Park (Városliget in Hungarian) is packed with things to do and places to see. The Central Europe's one and only permanent circus building hosts not only circus performances, but also concerts, fashion shows, and sports events, ...


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Visegrád

Royal Palace 2025 Visegrád   The excavated and reconstructed parts of 14-15th century former Palace show both Gothic and Renaissance features. For a while the official seat of the Hungarian sovereign, it later became their su...


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Morrison’s Opera Music Pub

Situated only a few yards to the west of the Opera House, Morrison’s is a long-popular cellar venue distinguishing itself from others by their karaoke evenings. The Morrison’s Opera Music Pub is easily recognisable by the signature r...


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Güll Baba Tomb

The tomb is an important place for Mohammedan pilgrim. The Turkish armies took possession of Buda in 1541. Gull Baba, who arrived Buda with the armies died in the Nagyboldogasszony-temple during the thanksgiving for the victory. The tomb was renov...


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Fishermens Bastion

The Fishermen’s Bastion is built on the wall of the Buda Castle. Its seven towers symbolize the seven leaders of the seven founder Hungarian tribes. Between the towers are stairs, made of marble. In the inside court stands the statue of the ...


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Trip to the Danube Bend

Route: 1st stop: Visegrád (the former Royal Residence) 2nd stop: Esztergom (Dome and a 3-course lunch) 3rd stop: Szentendre (walk with a local tour guide and a visit to the Marzipan Museum and the Caprice Jewellery Museum) boat trip b...


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Király Thermal Baths

Construction of the Király Baths started in 1565, and most of the present-day building dates from the Turkish period, including most notably the fine cupola-topped pool. In 1796 they were bought, renovated and extended by a family called K&...


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St. Stephen’s Basilica

The St. Stephen’s Basilica is Budapest’s largest church; it can hold 8,500 worshippers simultaneously, and its official ecclesiastical name is Lipót City Parish Church. Its main façade overlooks Szent István t&eacu...


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The Great Market (Nagycsarnok)

The Great Market or the Central Market Hall is Budapest’s biggest market place for food and has been attracting visitors ever since it was renovated for the millennium in 1996. These days it has dozens of small and big stalls on the first fl...


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Hungarian Railway Museum

The Hungarian Railway Museum Foundation was set up by MÁV Rt. and MÁV Nosztalgia Kft. in November 1999. The objectives of the Foundation are to collect the railway relics of the past; to develop and operate a permanent railway exhibi...


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Esztergom

Hungary's largest church and the seat of the Catholic Church inHungary. The Classicist basilica houses a Renaissance masterpiece, the Bakócz Chapel. The Treasury's collection is extremely rich. The basilica is 118 metres long, 49 me...


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Morrison’s 2 Music Pub

This is the little brother of the Morrison’s Opera Music Pub, yet it is bigger too. Morrison’s 2 is suitable for the larger party venues and like the Opera located in a cellar. The No.2 attracts a younger crowd and has four dance f...


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Szentendre tour

Route: The programme includes a visit to the Marzipan Museum and the Caprice Jewellery Museum, a coffee break, free walk and shopping opportunity in the town and a boat trip back to Budapest.           ...


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City Park Flea Market

This is a huge outdoor flea market – a kind of Hungarian boot or garage sale – held next to petőfi Csarnok in the City Park. The usual stuff on offer – from old records and draperies to candles, honey and herbs. Sunday is the ...


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Former Millenáris Park-The House of future

Located in Marczibányi Square, the Millenáris Park was originally the site of the Ganz Electrical Works Factory.As part of the rehabilitation of this industrial area, a 3,5 hectare park was established, with a large exhibition hall. ...


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Martonvásár

Brunszvik Kastély Martonvásár, Brunszvik u. 2. The Baroque mansion was reconstructed in the early 1870's in an English neo-Gothic style. Beethoven spent an extended period of time here as a guest of the Brunszvi...


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Zöld Pardon

Zöld Pardon is located directly next to the Petöfi bridge and is very popular to the public during the summer period. This is for the multitude of live concerts of Hungarian bands that play their music in the evening. It is spacious and ...


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Visit to the former Summer Residence of Queen Elisabeth in Gödöllő

Route: The tour takes you to Gödöllõ, the "Hungarian Versailles", located 30 km from Budapest. The palace is one of the most beautiful esembles of Baroque buildings, that was used as the summer residence from the secon...


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Tropicarium

Hundreds of animal species and lush vegetation can be seen within the walls of the Tropicarium.              ...


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Zsámbék

Ruins of the Church and Monastery 2072 Zsámbék, Korvin János u. Constructed in Romanesque style in the first half of the 13th century, then reconstructed in Gothic style, today its remains give a fair idea of how th...


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Puszta Tour

Route: The tour takes you to Kecskemét, the famous town where you can enjoy a walk in the city centre. Followed by a trip to the heart of the 'Puszta', to the horse centre. During the great performance of the famous horsemen and a...


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Buda Castle Labyrinth

The Labyrinth under the Castle Hill is a part of the vast Castle Hill cave system. This is the easiest one to visit, as there are no ladders, just stairs to climb ...


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Hungaroring – Mogyoród

Formula-1 Grand Prix 2011 is held on 29-31 July Distance from Budapest:30 km North-East from Budapest center Website: www.hungaroring.hu   ...


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Boat Cruises on the Danube During the Day

Route: The ship leaves from a downtown port at Vigadó square. The cruise includes a guided tour on the sights of Pest and Buda along the river bank. After an hour we take an hour guided tour on Margaret Island. This walk is not compulsory...


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Boat cruises on the Danube by Night

Route: An evening cruise on the Danube along with sound and ligth effects. The ship leaves from a downtown port at Vigadó square. The cruise includes a guided tour on the sights of Pest and Buda along the luminous river bank. Our passenge...


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