The A to Z of Budapest or more than 26 reasons to visit!

5E8C03E9-AF36-4F13-9C4D-869E43F6F4BDEat authentic Hungarian food at Szazeves and enjoy the musicians who will play your requests at the table.

Buda or Pest you decide, two cities for the price of one! Watch the bats circle over Parliament building at night.

Castles on both side of the Danube. The chocolate museum near Parliament building.

Dahoney street for the Great Synagogue and New York Cafe .

Walk the Elizabeth Bridge from Pest side to Gelert.

Forint, the Hungarian currency approximately 1000 to £3. Jump on the funicular railway to reach Castle Hill.

IMG_9613Have cocktails at Gresham Palace eat Goulash in Szazeves and coffee at  Gerbeaud.

Visit the House of Terror using the hop on and hop off bus. Take a sundowner at High Note Bar at Aria Take a dip in one of the hot baths.

Shiver in the Ice Bar on Vaci Street.

Join the crowds at Fisherman’s Bastion to get the greatest view of Pest side.

Try the kick of Palinka a Hungarian liqueur.

Look up at the buildings.

See the stained glass windows at Mathius Church. Learn about Hungary’s history at the Military History Museum.

IMG_9419Sip a bellini at the New York Cafe.

Pop into the opera building.

The Parliament building is the landmark of the city.

Have a beer at a quirky and quaint ruin bar such as Szimpla Kert.

Wander the grounds and see the Danube views from the Royal Palace in Buda.

St Stephen’s Basilica – beautiful, enough said.

Take a tram.

Go underground for the Uprising memorial near Parliament.

Vaci Street for shopping.

Try a Hungarian wine, often cheaper than an import.

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