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Budapest has two different personalities and is one of the most charming European capitals. “The ‘City of Spas’ is an exciting, enchanting hotspot, brimming with World Heritage Sites, historical landmarks, chic boutiques and a buzzing bar and restaurant scene. A city break in Budapest will leave you captivated by the old-world charm of Buda, which mixes so fluidly with the cosmopolitan and energetic vibe of Pest as you cross the Danube.

Things to see in Budapest

A vacation in Budapest would not be the same without exploring the majestic and imposing neo-Gothic architecture of the parliament building, breathtaking both during the day and at night. This stunningly restored riverside seat of government is as impressive inside as it is on the outside. To fully appreciate its design, book one of the tours on offer. Luxury shopping, chic restaurants and buzzing cafés don’t come much better than on Andrássy Avenue. This Parisian-style boulevard runs from Heroes’ Square all the way down to the Opera House; a shopper’s delight on one of the most beautiful and typically European streets in Budapest. As the ‘City of Spas’, Budapest has a multitude of natural baths to choose from. A popular choice is the Széchenyi Thermal Bath. Located right in the city center, this open-air spa is the perfect place to relax in the hot springs and soak up the true atmosphere of Budapest life.

Four-star hotels in Budapest

There’s no shortage of 4-star hotels in Budapest, ranging from the quirky to the quaint, from charming luxury boutiques to modern and chic hotels. Four-star hotels in Budapest generally offer guests delicious free breakfasts, free WiFi, and room service, as well as featuring on-site bars, wellness centers, and restaurants. 4-star hotels in central Budapest also offer the added bonus of easy access to key landmarks, shops and the nightlife this magical city has to offer.

Where to stay in Budapest

The lively, bustling atmosphere of Pest is immediately obvious in comparison with the picturesque tranquility of Buda. These two contrasting parts of the city are within walking distance of each other. Simply cross the historic Széchenyi Chain Bridge, to reach one from the other. Buda is a calming antidote to the hustle and bustle of Pest, with its stunning panoramic vistas and spectacular views from Castle Hill—an antiquated neighborhood brimming with history. Strolling through the cobblestone streets beneath the Gothic arches and passing by the 18th-century houses, this part of town not only embodies the charms of yesteryear but also meets the needs of today’s society in the form of quirky artisan boutiques, intimate restaurants, and traditional cafés. Pest, or more precisely the neighborhood of Belváros, is where you’ll find all the hottest bars, restaurants, cafés and shops, as well as many of the main attractions Budapest has to offer. Terézváros is home to the luxury shopping street of Andrássy Avenue, where hip cafés and trendy bars sit refurbished derelict ruins.

How to get to Budapest

Budapest is served by Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport, a hub for daily domestic and international flights. The airport is located just 9 miles from Budapest city center and public transport options are plentiful with direct trains to central Budapest-Nyugati Railway Station taking only 15 minutes. The Zóna Taxi, the only authorized cab service at the airport, is a stress-free alternative with fixed rates for journeys between the airport and the city costing between $16 and $23.

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