Budapest is a city of diversity. It is enough to just look at the names of city parts and streets and study their history a little and you will immediately realise the multicultural diversity of Budapest, only to find it again in the variegation of the religions and places of worship.
Pleasantly warm rays from the sun, yellowing leaves and a sunset that occurs ever earlier as the days go by are all part of Budapest’s autumnal atmosphere. This is the best time for exploring the city on foot and for immersing ourselves in its unparalleled beauty.
The Danube Promenade (Dunakorzó) is the favourite place to be for a reason. But it is little known that Budapest can be admired from the middle of the river.
Budapest can be called the city of museums for a reason. The Hungarian National Gallery, the Museum of Fine Arts and the National Museum are known by many. But at the same time, the museum scene of Budapest has the advantage of offering splendid collections almost everywhere in the city so you can get to know the least frequented parts of Budapest, as well.
The caves of Buda started to form about 15-20 million years ago owing to the upflowing hot and the percolating cold karst waters among the carbonate rocks – limestone and dolomite – building up the majority of Buda Hills. Nevertheless, in lieu of natural entrances, their existence remained unknown even in the 19th century. Parts of the cave system was discovered during mine exploitation, foundation digging and sewage construction starting from the early 20th century. Nowadays we know of nearly 60 kilometres of cave system in the Buda Hills and the explorations have not finished!
On 30 August, 2021, the maintenance of the Budapest Castle Hill Funicular will begin.
Time Out polled 27,000 city-dwellers and asked local experts to rank the greatest places for food, fun, culture and community. újbuda is among the Top 10.
The annual BudapestPride Parade is taking place on the historical streets of the city today. On this special occasion, check out our brand new LGBTQ+ Budapest guide. Happy Pride!
Nowadays, the digital world has conquered our everyday lives, and lately it has become an unquestionable asset in tourism. We book our flights and accommodation online and use our smartphone to get around in a city that’s unknown to us. With the help of go2maps, it is possible to explore the capital’s Budapestinfo Points virtually. This serves the purpose of providing visitors with even more information and an even more immersive experience.
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What makes it a Plus? In addition to the 40+ services included in the BUDAPEST CARD product range for free, you also get an airport transfer, a cruise on the Danube, free admission to Matthias Church, a ride on the Buda Castle Funicular Railway and a chimney cake from Molnár’s, all free of charge.
In addition, you can see over 100 attractions, landmarks, baths and pieces of cultural heritage as well as experience eventful programmes and Hungarian cuisine. Lots of other new discounts are available now ONLY for holders of the BUDAPEST CARD Plus.