Destination BudapestDestination Budapest

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Budapest will keep you busy with its lovely restaurants, beautiful opera, indoor- and outdoor baths, and different exciting quarters to explore. There is no problem finding things to do in Budapest, on the contrary- you will struggle finding the time to do them all.

The Széchenyi Baths
Budapest is famous for its baths, the hot water of which flows from a hundred streams. The Széchenyi Bath is Budapest’s most famous outdoor swimming bath. This beautiful bath, in New Baroque style, is open all year round. The bathing chess players you have seen in pictures of Budapest spend their time here.
Address: Állatkerti körút. 11
Phone: +36 1 363 32 10

The Main Synagogue / Nagy Zsinagóga
The Jewish quarter on the Pest side is one of the largest in Europe, the first Jewish settlers arrived in the 13th century in Budapest. This is where the Main Synagogue is located, the largest in the world outside of New York. There is a Jewish museum beside the synagogue.
Address: Dohány u. 2-8

Castle Of Buda
The palace on Buda Hill contains several museums, including the Ludwig Museum, the National Gallery and the Budapest Historical Museum. There are also narrow alleys and magnificent churches. The walled Castle Hills (Várhegy) is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Buda Hills
On a clear day you should take the tram or bus to Buda Hills, via the cog railway. Here you will find peace and calm high above the city, with a magnificent view from János-hegy. At the same time make sure to visit some of the caves which are open to the public. In the Pálvölgy cave, among other things, you can see the unique dripstone figures ”The Elephant” and ”Crocodile”. The air in the caves is said to be good for respiratory infections.

Szoborpark (the Statue Park)
Here you will find one of Budapest’s most remarkable attractions. When the proletarian dictatorship’s enormous monuments and statues were no longer politically correct – after 1989-90 – they were moved from their conspicuous locations in the centre to a suburb of Buda. Here – in this “Communist theme park” – among other things, there is the gigantic statue of Lenin and Cubist statues of Marx and Engels.
Address: Szoborpark

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