Things To Do in Budapest
Budapest can be a great destination not only for those coming from other countries, but as a Budapest resident, it is worth sometimes to look at the city with a different eye and admire all the beauty that makes it more attractive to foreigners. Here are some ideas to make your days here special and memorable.
This colorful gem of Europe is a perfect destination for stag and hen weekends and a perfect place for family Holidays.
We can safely say that Budapest’s spas are world famous. Most of them are historic buildings, so they are in themselves spectacular, but the idea of thermal water, massage and sauna makes them even more attractive. Sounds good, doesn’t it?
Rudas, Gellért, Széchenyi – just a few of the baths where you can be guaranteed to relax. And best of all, we can do this not only in the summer but throughout the year!
Have a look at our spa party stag and hen do activities and book your private transfer too.
There are plenty of places on both sides of the Danube that offer fabulous views of the city below us. One of the must-see places is Gellért Hill.
Starting from Elizabeth Bridge, you can go up the small paths and stairs up the hillside, but if you do not want to climb a mountain, you can reach it by car. The Statue of Liberty here is sure not to complain about the view. You can also find the Castle District on the Buda side, from which you can admire any place in the city, be it the Fisherman’s Bastion, the Buda Castle or the Castle Garden Bazaar.
On your way to Deák Square you should definitely visit and climb St. Stephen’s Basilica. The 96-meter-high building is one of the tallest in the country and holds the “Szent Jobb” chapel. You can reach the top of the Basilica by stairs, or even by elevator, and you will see an unconscious beautiful sight from above when you leave the hundreds of stairs behind you. It’s good to know that we can go further from here than from the ferris wheel on Elizabeth Square.
If it’s a panorama, you should definitely mention the Budapest rooftop bars, where you can enjoy the Budapest view with a glass of wine. After sunset, the warm lights of the city create a truly special atmosphere. Ask our professional tour guides about the possibilities.
Elisabeth Square and Deák Square are popular places among young people in Budapest. During the summer months, space is full of people in the evenings, the heart of the nightlife. If you want to sit out during your stag do, this is the perfect place. We can even choose from a number of restaurants to sit in a comfortable chair instead of the ground. The Aquarium Club or the Fröccsterasz awaits you with fine drinks and pleasant music.
One of the best start for any bachelor and hen night in Budapest.
If you’re looking for fun in the evenings, the party district and the surrounding area are the perfect choice for accommodation.The seventh district of udapest is now known as the city’s party district. But there are not only bars and nightclubs, but also many restaurants. From Asian cuisine to Italian flavors to Hungarian dishes, we have everything you need. One of my favorite places is the Vintage Garden on Dob Street, where besides the delicious food, the special decoration makes us feel like a real fairy tale. The Marco Polo Top Ho (s) offers backpackers, the Atlas City Hotel, the Baross City Hotel and the Star City Hotel all offer a friendly and modern design, while the Atrium Fashion Hotel offers a true downtown boutique hotel atmosphere.
Make your bachelor unforgettable in Budapest by booking our night tours and club visiting activities.
Ruin pubs everywhere!
Feel free to check our pub crawl activities.
Take a look at the beautiful Chain Bridge from the newly opened Leo Budapest terrace, have a cocktail a stroll from St. Stephen’s Basilica in High Note Skybar, or enjoy the panoramic view of St. Andrea Wine & Skybar on Vörösmarty Square. Whichever we choose, we will have a special experience.
Next to Astoria is the Károlyi Garden, one of the oldest public parks in the city center. The well-kept, fenced and pleasant park is unique in Budapest and is a real miracle. Exiting the hustle and bustle of the capital, the tiny green island can bring peace and true relaxation to anyone. Children can have fun in the park’s playground, and in the more secluded area of the back, visitors can also meet a bunny. Next to the Károlyi Garden lies the Quiet Café, which, on each visit, offers its guests new surprises and mysteries due to its eclectic interior design.
You can also visit the area around Kálvin Square and Ráday Street, where you can also find great places to go when you are hungry, and just a few minutes walk from the Liberty Bridge or the Whale Terrace.
From Fővám Square you can continue on the Liberty Bridge over the Danube to the Buda side or via Budapest’s largest shopping and pedestrian street, Váci Street. Váci utca stretches almost 1.5 kilometers to Vörösmarty Square, where you can hang out in the halls of a huge Christmas market in the winter. Váci Street is home to many historic buildings, gastronomic specialties, luxury fashion shops and comfortable hotels. On the shopping street, our four-star La Prima Fashion Hotel and Estilo Fashion Hotel await our guests. The Promenade City Hotel and Cosmo City Hotel provide a three-star experience for travelers. The north and south sections of the pedestrian zone show a completely different face. While the southern side of the street has quieter restaurants and cafes, the northern part is dominated by tourists and crowds of shoppers.
It is also difficult to list the thousands of sights of Budapest. Each part of the city awaits us with different things to discover. From museums to theaters to the zoo, we have everything you need for a super weekend. The historic palaces of Andrássy Avenue, the monumental bridges across the Danube and the beautifully lit parliament building are all worth a look.
And if you want something special, try our boat cruise activities and see the city from a different angle. Stag VIP boat trips are available during the hall year, which takes you from Margaret Island to Petőfi bridge. Feel free to add special drink packages to your boat trip. The best idea for any stag and hen weekend in Budapest.
It is worth spending a few days exploring the city, as most capitals, Budapest, have plenty of fun and excitement. This is one of the most beautiful cities of Europe, so I would strongly recommend that everyone visit here and take advantage of the city.
I’ve already fallen in love to Budapest, and you?