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Capitol Building
“Buy your ticket online the DAY BEFORE and you will spare hours of queueing. ”
  • 519 moradores locais recomendam
Local Histórico
“The Citadel, which sits atop Gellert Hill, was constructed by the Hapsburgs following the failed Hungarian War of Independence. It was thought that its prime strategic position would make it easy to control both Buda and Pest, should any future uprisings occur. Troops were stationed at the Citadel until 1897. Soviet forces once again used the fortress to control the city during the 1956 Hungarian Revolution, and tanks which were situated there fired down on the city. The Citadel now houses a restaurant, a hotel and a museum.”
  • 241 moradores locais recomendam
Castelo
“A spectacular 13th-century palace that sits atop Castle Hill. Buda Castle is a Unesco world heritage site and also contains the Hungarian National Gallery, the Castle Museum, and the National Széchenyi Library. There’s no better place to get your culture fix.”
  • 221 moradores locais recomendam
Ponte
“The Széchenyi Chain Bridge is a suspension bridge that spans the River Danube between Buda and Pest. ”
  • 225 moradores locais recomendam
Paisagem incrível
“Although the Fisherman’s Bastion looks like a medieval monument, it was actually built in the early 20th century in a neo-Gothic style, specifically to act as a panoramic viewing platform across the Danube, Margaret Island and Pest. It is named after the Guild of Fishermen, which was responsible for defending that stretch of the city walls during the Middle Ages. The seven towers of the Bastion represent the seven Magyar tribes that helped to settle the Magyar people in the Carpathian Basin. Come at sunset to see a particularly beautiful view of the city.”
  • 214 moradores locais recomendam
Transportation
“Huge public transport spot with metros, trams and buses. You can go to the airport from here by the 100E bus!”
  • 202 moradores locais recomendam
Landmark
“Walk across the Chain bridge and visit one of Budapest's most amazing sights. The old castle and the whole area of Castle Hill is full of amazing sights from ages gone by along with some of the city's best restaurants. On a side note: none of them are budget friendly...”
  • 181 moradores locais recomendam
Casa de Shows
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“This central spot opened in 2010, offering a slightly more polished clubbing experience than its edgier counterparts. Ötkert’s magic takes place in an impressive, restored 19th-century building. On most summer nights, Ötkert boasts five DJs playing a mix of commercial music, R&B and hip hop across two rooms, as well as various themed nights. They also have a large terrace which is utterly perfect in July and August. If you’re here in winter, don’t worry – it comes equipped with outdoor heating for colder nights.”
  • 118 moradores locais recomendam
Hot Spring
“A great bath which was built more than 450 years ago, with saunas, steam rooms and wellness.”
  • 208 moradores locais recomendam
Bairro
“The Buda Castle it's a very importnant part of the historical Hungary you can take good photos here view is amazing.”
  • 129 moradores locais recomendam
Natural Feature
“This is a very nice natural panoramic place 20-30 minutes walk from us in the middle of the city.”
  • 102 moradores locais recomendam
Museu de Arte
“It is the largest public collection documenting and presenting the rise and development of the fine arts in Hungary”
  • 79 moradores locais recomendam
Praça
“Vörösmarty Square is the most elegant pedestrian zone in Budapest. It lies at the northern end of Váci Street (fashion street) and above the western end of the Millennium Underground (Metro line 1). On the north side of the square stands the eclectic Gerbeaud House, home to the world-famous Hungarian confectionery.”
  • 138 moradores locais recomendam
Café
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“A very elegant and traditional coffee house, since 1870 – traditional cakes in a new shape. ”
  • 115 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante Italiano
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“Opened in 2002, Trattoria Pomo D'Oro is a wildly popular Italian restaurant in Budapest's downtown that marries a red-sauce, old-school Italian trattoria with a modern restaurant. This means that the place draws everyone from middle-class Hungarian families looking for Italian comfort food to foodies, business customers, and tourists. As a result, the ever-expanding space, which has managed to retain a cozy vibe, is packed to capacity with a mixed crowd every day of the week. While not cheap by Budapest standards—mains range from €10 to €20—price points aren't outrageous for its caliber. Here, it's hard to go wrong with anything, but I most enjoy the rich, Tuscan tomato soup (pappa al pomodoro; €6), the strozzapreti hand-rolled pasta (€9), and the branzino fillet, be it charcoal-grilled (€12) or steamed and filled with pancetta and black mussels (€15). The pizzas, prepared in a wood-burning oven, skew Neapolitan-style with an airy crust. Do save room for dessert as the profiterole and the good old tiramisu are among the best you'll find in Budapest. The long wine list features both Italian and Hungarian bottles. Note that Pomo D'Oro is most enjoyable in the evenings, as it's often overrun by business people from the nearby financial district at lunchtime. All in all, reliable Italian food and a friendly service rightfully make Pomo D'oro a sought-after restaurant in Budapest. Reservations are an absolute must.”
  • 62 moradores locais recomendam
Route
“The closest park to the hostel. Two playgrounds, café in the middle and all around the park. Big green area. From spring till autumn there are several festivals, happennings organized here. ”
  • 69 moradores locais recomendam

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Café
“A very elegant and traditional coffee house, since 1870 – traditional cakes in a new shape. ”
  • 115 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante Italiano
“Opened in 2002, Trattoria Pomo D'Oro is a wildly popular Italian restaurant in Budapest's downtown that marries a red-sauce, old-school Italian trattoria with a modern restaurant. This means that the place draws everyone from middle-class Hungarian families looking for Italian comfort food to foodies, business customers, and tourists. As a result, the ever-expanding space, which has managed to retain a cozy vibe, is packed to capacity with a mixed crowd every day of the week. While not cheap by Budapest standards—mains range from €10 to €20—price points aren't outrageous for its caliber. Here, it's hard to go wrong with anything, but I most enjoy the rich, Tuscan tomato soup (pappa al pomodoro; €6), the strozzapreti hand-rolled pasta (€9), and the branzino fillet, be it charcoal-grilled (€12) or steamed and filled with pancetta and black mussels (€15). The pizzas, prepared in a wood-burning oven, skew Neapolitan-style with an airy crust. Do save room for dessert as the profiterole and the good old tiramisu are among the best you'll find in Budapest. The long wine list features both Italian and Hungarian bottles. Note that Pomo D'Oro is most enjoyable in the evenings, as it's often overrun by business people from the nearby financial district at lunchtime. All in all, reliable Italian food and a friendly service rightfully make Pomo D'oro a sought-after restaurant in Budapest. Reservations are an absolute must.”
  • 62 moradores locais recomendam
Bistrô
“Curious where the top one percent of Buda residents hang out? Wonder no more. The owners of Déryné Bistro were ahead of the curve when in 2007 they opened this chic restaurant featuring a Balthazar-like interior straight out of the Keith McNally playbook. Back then, few places in Budapest offered this brand of casually-hip-but-classy vibes. Déryné has managed to remain popular for all these years, even as similar restaurants have sprouted up on the other side of the Danube with comparable offerings at lower prices. The menu skews French, featuring pricey but reliably prepared bistro staples including a bouillabaisse (€9) and foie gras (€14). But you'll also find the usual suspects of Hungarian fare here: goulash soup, pork schnitzel (€18), and túrógombóc, which is a sweet-tart cottage cheese dumpling eaten as a dessert (€6). If steaks are more your speed, you can choose from prime cuts of dry-aged Angus and Wagyu. Eggs benedict, shakshuka, and avocado toast are just a few of the exhaustive breakfast and brunch offerings that are served until 4 p.m. on weekends. Déryné's service team is among the most professional in Budapest, but I wish they weren't so eager to upsell the most expensive dishes to customers (even to regulars).”
  • 64 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante Italiano
“m George or TG Italiano is a fashionable restaurant on the corner of Zrínyi and Október 6. utca, near St. Stephen’s Basilica. The place boasts the glamorous, metropolitan style of trendy urban bistros with elegant shades of brown and cream. The cuisine is Italian with a twist: the chef adds international flavours for novelty. The wine selection is also excellent.”
  • 36 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante do Leste Europeu
“This is one of the many Michelin starred restaurant in Budapest and it’s located in the beautiful Gerbeaud House at Vörösmarty Square. They offer re-interpreted and extravagantly executed Hungarian dishes which can only be enjoyed in a 3/4/6 set menu for lunch and 6/8 set menu for dinner. (high-range)”
  • 35 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante Japonês
“THE asian cuisine you want to try for sure also a great place to start your evening before a night out .”
  • 16 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante Mexicano
“For real mexican food! Almost every one who lives in Bp., knows and loves this place!”
  • 29 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante
“2 courses for 3.390, 3 courses for 3.950 Ft, plus 12.5% service fee on weekdays. The dessert is fixed, but there are two choices for starters and main courses. Purified water included. Small, but interesting dishes in an open and modern style setting. Close to the funicular leading to the castle area from Buda side of Chain bridge.”
  • 18 moradores locais recomendam

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