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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.
Tour is brief - only about 40 minutes - but shows you around the half the building. A bit pricey for the length, but well worth it if you’re interested in architecture. Only suggestion is to avoid the later sessions because the interior is poorly lit and you’re unable to appreciate the stained glass windows
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Monuments & Statues
reviewed 2 days ago by Two Traveling B
This is really an amazing and powerful memorial in the Pest side of the Danube river. I highly recommend checking it out. We visited it in the evening about 5PM or so and it was packed. But the next day I went for a run in the morning and at 9AM no one was there so I recommend seeing/ checking...
We were lucky to get a table as a walk-in, they were literally booked full for the next week. It's a very small place, only 6-7 tables I think, but it's clear why they're so popular.
First of all, the service- the owner was very welcoming and accommodating. Although we didn't have a reservation, he was nice enough to offer...
When you want to get away from the hustle & bustle of the touristy area, head on over to Mazi. Good service, lots of vegetarian options, and delicious food in a quiet part of town (well, it was quiet when we went).
Try the village pasta. Delish!!
$$$$ • International, European, Central European, Contemporary
reviewed 2 days ago by jwally49
Recently, we visited Budapest as an extension of our river cruise. During our stay at the Sofitel Chain Bridge Hotel, we asked the concierge for recommendations for dinner. One of the recommendations was for Baraka (three minute walk from the hotel). The four persons in our party had a truly extraordinary dining experience at the restaurant. We were greeted warmly...
"Really tasty food super friendly host, not really a cheap eat"
reviewed 2 days ago by rhys m
Waiter was super friendly and we were made to feel welcome. Food was amazing. However I was expecting to pay less than £13 as it's listed as a cheap eat. Nevertheless, the food has a lot of taste and we will be visiting again before the trips over. Gotta eat that fine Hungarian cuisine.
Love the hotel. No complaints at all. The rooms were beautiful and comfortable and the service was outstanding. Location was perfect with lots of restaurants right outside the door. The spa with hot tub and pool was added bonus. Will stay again.
"Terrific hotel that is in a spectacular location for walking the city and close to everything"
reviewed 3 days ago by beeperVancouver
Our reservation included breakfast at the hotel’s buffet. The concierges give excellent advice. I made a mistake and did not check first thing in the morning about available times to go to the Parliament Building, so when the times were later than I could go, I visited the gorgeous nearby Cathedral that had free entry unless you also wanted to...
We booked this hotel as we got a very good deal. Although the hotel is in a quiet area it was not a problem. We were not far from the metro and walking distance to quite a few sights. It certainly did not affect our night life! In fact it was great because we were not kept awake by noisy...
Returned today from a wonderful 3 nights at the Prestige Hotel and could not wait to write our review.
Firstly, I booked Budapest as a surprised trip for my boyfriends 30th and chose the Prestige due to its central location to many sightseeing venues and its beautiful decor.
I booked a standard double room and had informed the hotel prior...
Nice clean hotel. Free water in room every day. Rooms are small but all you need. Would have been nice to have a English tv channel but we were never really in the room. Nice bathroom with a good shower. Helpful staff. Lovely to have free airport transfer that worked very well. Plenty of choice for breakfast mostly that European...