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Things to do in Budapest

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Budapest Cruises

With 12 million tourists flocking to Budapest every year, there’s good reason to take a Budapest boat tour. These Budapest river cruises will take you past the beautiful area of Budapest that runs alongside the Danube River – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – so you can appreciate the beauty of buildings like Buda Castle, the Hungarian Academy, and the Parliament building. Your Budapest river cruise will sail by 18th and 19th-century masterpieces of architecture that showcase Baroque, neo-Renaissance, and neo-Gothic style that rival the likes of Paris and London. Take your pick from a number of Budapest boat tours and find a cruise that suits you. There’s options that include: drinks, live music, evening departures that show the city by night, and even visits to the House of Parliament.

4.4 (490 reviews)

Budapest Thermal Bath and SPA

4.4 (1,484 reviews)

Budapest City Cards

Explore Budapest and save money with a City Card

4 (118 reviews)

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 (331 reviews)

Budapest Hop-on Hop-off Tours

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

4.4 (50 reviews)

Budapest Pinball Museum

Located in the heart of the city, Budapest Pinball Museum is a great escape from the usual tourist attractions. It has up to 150 playable pinball machines from the 1800s through to today.

4.7 (66 reviews)

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.

4.7 (91 reviews)

IKONO Budapest

Located within the pulsating cores of cities such as Madrid, Barcelona, Rome, and Budapest, you’ll find the venues of IKONO. Each offers an enchanting fusion of art, interactivity, and immersion, propelling you on a sensory expedition beyond the ordinary. At IKONO, you can craft unforgettable moments carved forever in your memory. It's a welcoming haven for all, from seasoned creatives to daring explorers, going beyond the conventional art experience. All that's asked of you is to bring your unique flair to each venue, transforming it into your personal masterpiece.


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.

4.5 (8 reviews)

St. Stephen's Basilica

The largest church in Hungary is a spectacular sight to behold. The neo-Classical St. Stephen’s Basilica is dedicated to Hungary’s first king, St. Stephen and it's still home to his mummified right hand - the Szent Jobb (Holy Right Hand). How lovely. Visitors climbing to the cupola can see the whole of Budapest, and down to St. Stephen's Square, where people sip coffee on cafe terraces.

4.6 (47 reviews)

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Walking Tour of Pest

Get an up-close and personal view of Pest side's beautiful architecture
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Budapest Pass

  1. Budapest: 2-Hour Danube Cruise
  2. Széchenyi Spa + Palinka Museum
  3. Budapest City Audio Guide
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