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Experience Your Best Budapest Vacation
With its riverside location and historic architecture, Budapest is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in Eastern Europe. Whether you're interested in experiencing the nightlife or learning about the city's history, Budapest has something for every budget. When you are traveling to Hungary from abroad, you can use Orbitz.com to book hotels and tours of the city's most popular destinations.
Budapest is known for its food and wine, which are inexpensive and plentiful. During the day, you can spend hours visiting attractions like the House of Terror museum and taking boat cruises on the Danube River. In the evenings, locals head out to the many clubs and bars, which stay open late to accommodate the revelers.
The best time of the year to visit Budapest is in the fall, when the weather is dry and temperatures are just warm enough to spend time outside. Spring weather is rainy, and summers are hot and humid, with temperatures hovering between 80F and 100F. Winters are cold and windy, and on most days, temperatures drop below 30F. No matter what time of the year you visit Budapest, you'll find festivals and events around the city. With Orbitz.com, you can search for deals on city tours and book hotels for any month of the year.
When you need a break from walking around the city, join the locals at the Szechenyi, where you can soak away your muscle soreness.
Hone your cooking skills at Chefparade, which is one of the country's best cooking schools. Courses run year-round.
This café is hidden away in the back streets of Budapest. It is usually packed with Budapest residents who come for the homemade cakes and pastries.
Experience the best in Budapest nightlife at Szimpla, which is slightly shabby but boasts lively crowds and live music.
Hungarian National Gallery
Art lovers won't want to miss these galleries, which display the art of the greatest Hungarian artists.
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Elegant building was once home to a Hungarian nobleman Budapest's royal past welcomes guests at this historic property. The hotel is in the former residence of a Hungarian nobleman, Count Nandor Zichy. Though the hotel's design and lobby are true to its history, the... More
Mid-century modern style cozies up to the State Opera HouseThe K+K Hotel Opera’s exterior welcomes guests with classic Budapest looks, like it’s neighbor, the State Opera House. Once inside guests see a stylish interior with furniture that leans toward mid-century modern... More
Famous facade welcomes guests to luxury hotel and stunning day spaA symbol of elegance and grandeur in the heart of Budapest since 1896, the Corinthia Hotel Budapest offers the highest possible level of luxury and services. With its distinguished facade and wealth of... More
Great value for 4-star hotel with prime locationThe Hotel Castle Garden has a great location very near to the actual center of Budapest, making it ideal for day trips to see the many historic sights of the Hungarian capital. The hotel provides a smoke-free experience and... More
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Turn-of-the-century elegance on Margaret Island The Danubius Grand Hotel, on Margaret Island, swaddles guests in turn-of-the-century elegance. The hotel has a connecting passageway to another Danubius property, the Health Spa Resort Margitsziget. Guests enjoy easy access... More
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19th c. building houses hotel in center of Budapest's historical areaThe Budapest Museum Central is housed in a beautiful 19th-century building. One of Budapest?s most popular attractions, the Hungarian National Museum, is across the street. Some of the hotel rooms... More
"Not just another hotel, it's a lifestyle" is the motto of the brand new, fantastically located, truly unique 5-star Buddha-Bar Hotel Budapest Klotild Palace. Dashing luxury and pampering comfort awaits at the 2nd hotel of the world-wide famous, trendy... More
Elegant brick building close to all downtown attractionsJust a short walk from attractions such as the Dohany Street Synagogue and St. Stephen's Basilica, the Mercure Budapest Museum's downtown location attracts both business and leisure travelers. An appealing brick... More
Sink your teeth into this cutting-edge Budapest hotel The Soho Hotel Budapest is a treat for its aesthetic as well as its comfort. Hotel décor is playful, with bold colors and strong graphics. Guests who enjoy décor inspired by spooky tales can book one of the two... More
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19th c. building houses small hotel convenient to tourist attractionsBudapest Panorama Central opened its doors in 2009. The hotel is housed in a 19th-century building. Classic but simple decor welcomes hotel guests. The hotel sits a five-minute walk from tourist... More
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The Danube River winds through Budapest, and you can spend many hours strolling along the Duna korzó and exploring the many small shops and cafes on the banks.
Budapest is home to many Turkish baths, where you can get traditional treatments and spend the day relaxing.
A highlight of any trip to Budapest, this castle sits on a hill overlooking the city. Take the Funicular Railway up the hill to explore the historic buildings.
If you love museums, don't miss two institutions that line Heroes Square: the Museum of Fine Arts and the Hall of Arts.
Central Market Hall
Spend an afternoon browsing the Central Market Hall for everything from local crafts to spices.
Check out a performance at the Budapest Opera House, which offers world-class performances throughout the year.
Learn about the city's Jewish past in this area, which contains museums and historical synagogues that are open to the public.
Hungarian Parliament Building
If you're interested in architecture, don't miss this building, which towers over the banks of the Danube River.
Nyugati Train Station
This stunning train station is the most picturesque in the city; to enjoy its splendor, stop into one of the cafes and watch the local people stream by at rush hour.
Basilica of St Stephen
This towering cathedral is a fine example of neoclassical architecture. The dome is particularly beautiful and is easily accessible by elevator.
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