Budapest Things to Do

  • Chain Bridge, Budapest
    Chain Bridge, Budapest
    by Robmj
  • State Opera House
    by Designerartgirl
  • Walking
    by Turska

Most Viewed Things to Do in Budapest

  • 101. Margit Híd - Margaret Bridge

    4 out of 5 stars

    Margarita bridge is another famous bridge after Chain bridge. It connects to banks of Danube river and the island of Margarita. Pity, I haven’t visited Margarita Island, but the history tells where...

    more
  • 102. Hop On Bus Tour

    There are several different companies offering similar packages for the independent visitor to Budapest. For HUF4,500 ( in Oct. 2010 and still the same price November 2011) I joined a tour that runs a...

    more
  • 103. Pubs & Beer

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Hi there, Over the many many beautiful places I advise you a local hidden places in Budapest, coz Iam sure to find them is worthy. I met with a guy who actually working for a agency in Budapest...

    more
  • 104. Millennium Underground Museum

    If you like trains and you have 15 minutes to spare, give this museum a chance. It portrays the history of their metro network and the environment you see on any station of the Millennium Line when it...

    more
  • 105. Views

    From the panorama tower you can see the city from a direction wich isn`t well known among the tourists: If you watch to the north, you see the Gellért hill, The Castle hill, the Bridges (the nearest...

    more
  • 106. Urania Cinema - Uránia Filmszínház

    Rakoczi ut would have been a grand boulevard in its day. Stretching from Keleti station down to Elizabeth bridge, it is lined with magnificent turn of the century apartment buildings. Most are in a...

    more
  • 107. Becsi Kapu Ter - Vienna Gate

    The Vienna Gate - This is the gate I passed through to exit the old part of Buda. Why Vienna gate? Well, in the Middle Ages, the road led to Vienna, so that is why it was named such. IS THIS...

    more
  • 108. Past Events

    The exhibition passed quickly through Kieselbach Galéria, Budapest, Szent István körút 5., 2013. november 25-30. It is now in Gyor: Rómer Flóris Művészeti és Történeti Múzeum, Győr, Király...

    more
  • 109. Disz Ter - Parade Square

    This square is the biggest one of the stronghold of Buda. It is call square of honour and in this place years ago there were military parades and pubblic decapitations. Today is a very big nice square...

    more
  • 110. City Tours

    Within minutes of checking into my hotel I'd decided the thing to do for my first evening in Budapest was to take a night-time trip on a guided tour. It included a short tour up on the Buda side to...

    more
  • 111. Danubius Fountain - Danube Fountain

    The grand Danube Fountain is located in the historic part of Elisabeth Square. On a lovely sunny day when the skies were blue and the flowers were blooming, this Fountain complemented the lovely...

    more
  • 112. Franz Liszt - Liszt Ferenc Ter

    I came across Liszt Ferenc Square on my walk along Andrassy avenue. This square was named after the famous Hungarian composer Ferenc Liszt. It takes up both side of Andrassy Avenue and was abuzz with...

    more
  • 113. Zero Kilometer Stone

    The Zero Kilometer stone is a Zero shaped stone located on Adam clark square , after the Chain bridge and close to the Funicular. The 3 meter stone is where the Hungarians measure the distances on...

    more
  • 114. Agriculture Museum

    4 out of 5 stars

    The Museum of Hungarian Agriculture is the biggest museum of agriculture found in Europe. It is situated in one of the lovely buildings of Castle Vajdahunyad on the Széchenyi-island in Városliget....

    more
  • 115. Serbian Orthodox Church

    The Serbian Orthodox Church – conveniently located on Szerb utca, or Serb Street – is only steps away from the popular Váci útca shopping district in downtown Pest. It is not a large church and,...

    more
  • 116. Sandor Palace - Sandor Palota

    To the south, towards the Royal Palace, is the neo-Classical Sándor Palace. Since 2003, it has been the official residence of the President of Hungary and the seat of Office of the President. The...

    more
  • 117. Rudas Baths

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Costs 3200 ft for access to thermal baths. 2200 ft for access to swimming pool only, and 4200 ft for both. No early exit concessions. Good on grey winter days as you are under a Turkish hammam cupola...

    more
  • 118. Ferenciek Ter

    This is on the Pest side. It is supposed to be one of the busiest crossroads in all of Budapest, though my hostel, which was located in a building right off the square, was nice and quiet at night....

    more
  • 119. Mammut Shopping Mall

    I don't 'do' shopping when I travel. But it was very, very hot.....and I was near Moskva Ter, and so I was near the Mammut (mammoth) shopping malls. So I thought I'd take an air-conditioned...

    more
  • 120. Ferihegy Aircraft Memorial Park

    "The 50 years og hungarian civil aviation becomes tanible in the open-air exhibitionoutside Ferihegy Terminal 2. Board the legendary passenger planes or sit in the pilot's seat. Gain some real...

    more
  • 121. Calvinist Church - Belvarosi Reformatus Templom

    This Church I happened to see on my scenic boat cruise along the Danube River. It is one of many Calvanist churches in Budapest, this one was located on the Buda side I found the outside quite...

    more
  • 122. Local Food

    No doubt: I've tried almost any single cafe' I found during my stay in Budapest: At small bars, hotels, gas station, fancy cafes, coffee shops, coffee without shops, private houses ans so.... But my...

    more
  • 123. Ministry of Agriculture

    4 out of 5 stars

    The 3rd big establishment on Kossuth Square, behind the Parliament is the eclectic building of the Ministry of Agriculture. The designer, Gyula Bukovics won the 3rd place in the competition for the...

    more
  • 124. Taban District

    Cradled in the valley between the steep green sides of Gellert Hill, and the rocky outcrop of Buda Castle, sits the pleasant parks and residential streets of the Taban. The district used to be famous...

    more
  • 125. Kodaly Korond

    The final and 4th statue I came across in Kodály Zoltán square, was of Vak Bottyán (1643-1709) Bottyán was born into a poor noble family of Protestant religion. He fought against the Ottomans under...

    more
  • Budapest Hotels

    1050 Hotels in Budapest
  • Ask a Question

    Got a question about Budapest? Get an answer from our Location locals and frequent travelers

Instant Answers: Budapest

Get an instant answer from local experts and frequent travelers

16 travelers online now

Comments (1)

  • Apr 8, 2013 at 2:53 AM

    I was in Budapest a few days ago. It was very good. Our hotel was great, with friendly staff. we went around the city by bike. It was great! I think the name of the shop is Hi-bike! Their logo was a big hand. The shop is close to Deak Ferenc sq. You can easily find it Their prices are good and the bikes too. This was one of the best entertainment. We looked at the night life also! Do not miss out! Go to the Morrisons.it was great. I really want to see the Margaret Island again! Bec It was fantastic! Have a nice trip when you going! I had only 1 problem the weather on this wednesday. :( :)

Budapest Things to Do

Reviews and photos of Budapest things to do posted by real travelers and locals. The best tips for Budapest sightseeing.

View all Budapest hotels