Of course it would be shame to visit Budapest and not see at least some of the attractions. Here are a few you may want to check out.
Szechenyi Chain Bridge
Completed in 1849, this bridge was the first to be built across the Hungarian section of the Danube and is now considered to be one of the city's major landmarks. The picturesque historic stone bridge straddles the Danube between Széchenyi Square on the Pest side and Clark Ádám Square in Buda. It offers one of the city’s most stunning views we recommend to visit after the sun has gone down to see both Buda and Pest in all its glory.
The Fisherman’s Bastion
A stunning panoramic viewing terrace with fairy tale towers. A favourite attraction of both locals and tourists this is the place to come to get the best views for your insta pictures and even better many of the balconies and cloisters are free of charge.
Buda Castle is the historical castle and palace complex of the Hungarian kings in Budapest
You can’t come to Budapest without exploring its spa scene! With 80 geothermal springs underneath the city it has a number of Spa Baths. Szechenyi being the most famous and popular, many of these baths date back hundreds of years but they’ve all had major refurbishments so you can expect the mod cons. If you are willing to splash out then some of the major baths are open at night and you can purchase tickets to the Budapest Spa Parties, these are quite expensive at around €50 per person but check out the videos online and you’ll be sure to be tempted!