Why should you visit our lovely city?
We could not tell you one reason for that, so we do tell you ten!
Which one is your favorite?
Budapest Thermal Spas
Budapest is famous for its thermal spas. If you are up for a refreshing bath,
this city is a must.
Bridges of Budapest
Budapest used to be two separate cities: Pest and Buda. When the first
bridge, the Chain Bridge was built, the two cities united and Budapest was
born. Right now 8 bridges are crossing the Danube and having a selfie with
one of them should be on your bucket list!
Budapest has its unique “ruin pubs”: these are old building which should have been demolished. But instead they have been transformed into bars, look how cool they are.
The Buda castle is not only gorgeous but it offers a nice walk too.
Panorama from the Citadel
The Citadel used to be a military fortress, now it offers one of the best views
on the city.
Budapest is also famous of its beautiful and diverse art. When you are walking on the streets you might run into one of the several unexpected sculptures at random parts of the city.
Okay, okay, you probably all heard about the Gulash, Letscho and so on, but nowadays Budapest is experiencing an explosion in gastronomy. Today the city is full of all kind of places to eat at, from sexy street food bistros to fancy fine dining restaurants.
Cruising the Danube
Let there be day or night, cruising on the Danube is always a great choice when you are in Budapest. The river is surrounded by many of the famous sights of the city. Buda hills with the castle district on one side, the Parliament on the other, and during the evening hours you can enjoy the beautiful lights too.
Budapest is offering a wide range of cultural experience, not only in the summer time but all year long. The city is full of clubs with live music, there are plenty of concert halls, museums, galleries, and many other artistic sights.
Last, but not least, Budapest has a vivid and sparkling Toastmasters culture. There are 16 clubs in Budapest, from which 6 are open to public. Meetings are available in Hungarian and English, but German and French clubs are also around corner.