What to Do in Budapest in 3 Days
Travel | Europe | 11/17/16
More than 1000 years of history await you in Budapest, the majestic Hungarian capital. Taking the time to visit this city, rich with world heritage sites, can be a great experience as long as you are well-prepared for your trip. Roomlala has created a 3 day guide which will allow you to fully enjoy Budapest. We also give you advice on finding your ideal accommodation during your stay.1st day: Discovering the Castle
Buda Castle Hill is a must-see for local history; it’s where the first inhabitants of Budapest came to live. You will enjoy visiting the spectacular castle, the Matthias church, and the Fishermen’s Bastion. From this headland overlooking the Danube, you’ll be able to enjoy an unobstructed view of the entire city. You can also go for a walk down Úri Street and Kapisztrán square.2nd day: Visits and relaxtion
Another major symbol of Budapest is the Parliament, situated on the banks of the Danube. Its sublime architecture will amaze you. A guided tour is available in multiple European languages most days of the week, ensuring a quality visit for just a dozen euros. From Parliament you can explore the easily accessible Great Market Hall before taking a relaxing dip in the mythical baths of Budapest. Don’t miss out on a visit to the nearby Castle of Vajdahunyad, which will take you into a fairy tale world. After a long, busy day, enjoy a goulash at one of the many restaurants in the city centre.3rd day: Shopping and a stroll
To end your stay in Budapest, go for a long stroll along the banks of the Danube. Admire the numerous and splendid bridges that cross the river. Amidst the beautiful things to see in the city, you can enjoy some shopping in the most commercial areas such as Váci utca, the main shopping and pedestrian street of Budapest.Find the ideal accommodation in Budapest
To make the most out of your trip, we recommend looking for accommodation that gives you the opportunity to meet a Hungarian host while saving a bit of money for other activities. Roomlala offers several private rooms for rent in Budapest, as well as B&Bs and holiday rentals.
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