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  • Budapest: Sights & Eats

    From Fall 2012 trip.

    • Jul 2014
    • 1
  • Terror Háza

    1

    History Museum

    Eclectic museum of Hungarian history through lense of human suffering and Communism.

  • Magyar Állami Operaház

    2

    Opera House

    Take the guided tour.

  • InterContinental Budapest

    3

    Hotel

    On the Danube river with amazing views. Stay here if you can, at least for a night!

  • Rétesvár

    4

    Bakery

    Excellent streudel. In the alley on Castle Hill behind the woman statue fountain.

  • Nagyi Palacsintázója

    5

    Desserts

    Granny’s Palacsinta Place serves Hungarian pancakes, both savoury and sweet. Several locations around the city.

  • Centrál Kávéház

    6

    Café

    Try the goose liver (served with eggs), a Hungarian specialty. It's delicious!

  • Halászbástya | Fisherman's Bastion (Halászbástya)

    7

    Scenic Lookout

    Amazing views from the Buda side of the Danube River. Take the funicular up the hill. A pleasant walk.

  • Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest

    8

    Hotel

    Amazing Art Nouveau interior.

  • Hősök Tere | Heroes Square (Hősök Tere)

    9

    Plaza

    Iconic and historic statues. A nice walk through, but not much else.

  • Dohány utcai zsinagóga

    10

    Synagogue

    Great Synagogue and Jewish Museum guided tour. Holocaust Memorial Park and Jewish Cemetery to the left.

  • Parlament

    11

    Capitol Building

    Take the guided tour of this opulently decorated building.

  • Лечебная купальня Сечени (Széchenyi Gyógyfürdő és Uszoda)

    12

    Spa

    Try the fast-moving whirlpool and you'll be laughing like a little kid again! A fun and relaxing experience. You get a locker with a wristkey.

Catherine Ho

Catherine Ho