This ultimate guide to Budapest breaks down the things to see and do into neighborhoods, so it's easier for you to plan your trip. Each neighborhood has the best selection of sights, museums, eateries, bar and clubs. Enjoy!
Introduction to Budapest 101
Climb up a hill, and then go to one of the world-famous baths of Budapest
The Danube is the river of Budapest with one of the most beautiful waterfronts in the world. The public transport system operates 3 boat lines along the river, and this is the cheapest way to see the city from the water.
The inner part of the 7th district is currently the hippest part of the city. Historically the Jewish Quarter, then during communism a lot of people were rehoused here from the countryside, in the early 2000s a favorite of university students, and now the it place mainly for young travelers.
Spend a day in the City Park
The Children's Railway is truly unique. You get to experience a cute form of communism in the beautiful natural environment of the Buda Hills with outdoor activities along the way.