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Discover the Inner City along the banks of the Danube, with its fashionable shops and iconic buildings. The Inner-City Parish Church and St. Stephen’s Basilica stand out as two of the finest examples of architecture in the area. If you are still hunting for more historical treats, then the ruins of the medieval city walls on Kecskeméti Utca are a must-visit while the Soviet War Memorial is also worthy of attention and relevant to Hungary’s more recent history. If shopping is on your itinerary, then be prepared: the market squares in this area are an absolute delight, particularly during the Christmas period, but even throughout the year you’ll find the latest trends in the shops on Vaci Utca.
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Monuments & Statues
"Poignant reminder of Nazi Atrocity"
reviewed yesterday by TimBeg
A simple yet incredibly strong monument to the people that lost their lives at the hands of the Nazi onslaught during WW2.
The Jews were lined up along the Danube, made to remove their clothes and shoes before being shot dead and tossed into the river.
This should be a reminder to all to help ensure that these kind of...
This is a great place to experience real "old world charm" in Budapest.
The building is breathtakingly beautiful inside and out, and should not be missed.
Great café, and a chance to get a good feel for it, without "breaking the bank".
"Delicious Souvlaki, service could use an improvement"
reviewed 2 days ago by DvirSH
Our overall experience was very good.
We both ordered Souvlaki, I had the "weekend" version (only available on weekends) which was way better than my husband's mid-week one :)
The waiter and hostess were both super nice and attentive. The problem was the place was very busy and one or two more waiters could have been a huge help. We...
"One of the Best Restaurants (Not just in Budapest) You Could Hope to Visit"
reviewed 5 days ago by Dan B
The restaurant exceeded all expectations - the service was simply amazing as was the food... it all happened so professionally it was quite an experience.
I visited Budapest (which I loved) in July- I did not leave a review of this most deserving of restaurants - so thought I ought to by now as it is a must if you...
This really is an outstanding hotel. Interestingly decorated with it's music theme. Fabulous view from the rooftop. Immaculately clean and professional staff. We booked Dreams of Love package and enjoyed the delicious chocolate dipped strawberries and wine on arrival although we did not get the chance to use the spa. They have thought of everything in this hotel. Breakfast provided...
Great place for Christmas shopping during Xmas. The XMas markets are very near the hotel. The hotel is right in the middle of most important tourist attractions. I enjoyed the breakfast in the hotel with fantastic choices of food.
Budapest is a beautiful city similar in layout to Prague with Buda being on one side of the river Danube and Pest being on the other. The Prestige is in Pest but only a couple of minutes walk to the Chained bridge which you can walk to Buda very easily. The rooms were large and well decorated and the staff...
A very very very good hotel. Really good location and the best bit are the staff. Bence, at the front desk was unbelievable, he went out of his way every time to help us. The other lady on the front desk again was a real good help. There was never enough they could do for you, an absolute credit to...
I had a very pleasant stay at the Ritz Carlton Budapest. Everything is well kept and very clean. Even the TV remote control and the telephone which are often neglected in other 5 Star hotels. The room was very comfortable, especially the bed. Large bathroom with great shower and tub. Enjoyed the shoe shine service.
Good food and live music...