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Things to do in Budapest
- One of the largest buildings in Hungary
- Tours of certain areas of the building are available daily in different languages.
- Prices start at $19 tickets.hu.
- One of the grandest spas in the city.
- Open-air pool (which becomes a wave pool), Finnish sauna, and a range of other saunas, plunge pools, etc.
- Prices starts at $11 gellerbath.hu.
Széchenyi Thermal Baths
- The largest "medicinal" bath center in Europe.
- The waters are rich in sulfates, calcium, magnesium, bicarbonate, and fluoride.
- Massages and beauty treatments are also available for an additional fee.
- There are many entrance types, so check their prices on szechenyibath.hu.
- A blissful green space in Budapest
- 2.5 km-long island.
- Discover the musical fountain, cafes, and the small zoo.
- It's great for relaxing on sunny days.
- Shoes on the banks of the Danube serve as a memorial to 3,500 people killed by fascists during the Second World War.
- You can also take a river cruise on the Danube. You should book ahead to avoid disappointment, and you can even choose to have an authentic cruise with gypsy music.
- Built between 1895 and 1902 to celebrate the thousandth birthday of the Hungarian state.
- Offers amazing views in a fairy-tale setting
- Prices for walking tours (2-3 hours) start at $15.
Faust Wine Cellars
- This historic wine cellar located underneath the Buda Castle is the perfect place to sample wines from some of the 22 Hungarian wine regions
- There are many different tasting programs available, but you should book ahead to avoid disappointment due to their popularity.
Hungarian State Opera House
- First opened in 1884.
- 1,200 seat auditorium.
- Guided tours are available, but you need to book in advance.
Budapest travel tips
1) Comfortable buses run from the airport to the centre of Budapest
Mobil Szauna is a minibus sauna for 6 people. It has everything you need: a changing room, cold shower, wooden sauna, and a magnificent view of the Danube from the windows. The mobile sauna is a unique Budapest invention since locals really love to bathe!
2) Dance in the club on the top floor of the Corvin department store in Budapest
Corvinteto is a trendy club in Budapest located on the top floor of the Corvin department store. You can get to the club using the graffiti-decorated stairs or by the lift, where a lift-man r serves drinks right in the cab.
3) Order a custom-made lollipop at the legendary Budapest store
On Paulay Ede street, there is one of the favourite local sweet tooth shops named Sugar. There is a huge selection of lollipops of completely different shapes, and you can also order a unique lollipop according to your sketch.
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