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Things to do in Budapest

Explore Budapest's charm by soaking in its historic thermal baths, or snap an unforgettable photo with the backdrop of the Parliament's glowing beauty at night.

Top 10 things to do

#1
Budapest Cruises

Cruise down the Danube while marveling at the scenery of Budapest

4.4 (720 reviews)
#2
Dohány Street Synagogue

Also known as The Great Synagogue or Tabakgasse Synagogue, Dohány Street Synagogue was built in 1859. It's located in Erzsébetváros, in Budapest's 7th district. The synagogue boasts elements of both Romantic and Moorish architecture and is also home to the Hungarian Jewish Museum and the Holocaust Memorial Room. This magnificent synagogue, seating 3,000 people, is the biggest in Europe and the second biggest in the world.

4.6 (394 reviews)
#3
Budapest Hop-on Hop-off Tours

Discover Budapest in style: take a hop-on hop-off bus tour of the city

4.3 (71 reviews)
#4
Hungarian Parliament

The Hungarian Parliament is considered to be one of the most beautiful parliamentary buildings in the world, with almost 18,000 square meters of unprecedented majesty spread across four magnificent floors.

4.6 (15 reviews)
#5
Budapest Thermal Baths and SPA

Relax in Budapest's thermal baths, rejuvenate at luxurious spas, and unwind in the thermal waters

4.4 (1,575 reviews)
#6
Budapest City Cards

Explore Budapest and save money with a City Card

3.9 (177 reviews)
#7
Budapest Half-day Tours

Discover the treasures of Budapest - take an unforgettable day tour

4 (11 reviews)
#8
Hungarian Jewish Museum and Archives

The Hungarian Jewish Museum and Archives are located on Dohány street in the heart of Budapest's Jewish quarter. The museum was finished in 1932, within the building complex of the Dohány Street Synagogue which itself was built in 1859.

4.6 (107 reviews)
#9
Madame Tussauds Budapest

Experience the rush of meeting your favorite celebrity wax figures!

5 (1 review)
#10
Kazinczy Street Synagogue

The Kazinczy Street Synagogue has become the religious-cultural center of the Orthodox branch of Pest Jewry in Budapest, Hungary. From 1928, the mikveh (ritual bath) functioned in the building, up until the blood-thirsty 1940s (it was only reopened in 2004). The building was located in the area of the Pest ghetto between 1944 and 1945 and was damaged by World War II, when some of the equipment was destroyed. After 1945, the building complex was restored and the equipment was reconstructed.

5 (2 reviews)

Experiences in Budapest recommended for

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Walking Tour of Buda

Discover the hidden alleyways and the lesser-known sights of the Buda side
5 (2)
From $12.79

Hand-picked combinations in Budapest

Combine Budapest favorites. Some things are better together.

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Budapest Pass

  1. Budapest: 2-Hour Danube Cruise
  2. Széchenyi Spa + Palinka Museum
  3. Budapest City Audio Guide
4.5 (4)
From $75.17 $67.17

Points of interest in Budapest

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