|When To Go||How Long To Go||Family Friendly?|
|May - September||3 - 5 Days||Yes|
Things Not To Miss:
Hungarian Parliament Building
- The largest building in Budapest and the current seat of the Hungarian National Assembly. Only a small portion of the building is used for legislation, while a large amount is open to tourists.
- An ancient castle that sits on Castle Hill. Having been home to ancient Hungarian Monarchs, it is a massive building, and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Széchenyi thermal bath
- A thermal bath that is the biggest medicinal bath in Europe. Along with having molecules to heal the body, there are many different baths (of varying temperatures) to venture into.
St. Matthias church
- An ancient and monumental church that was built in the 14th century (and then rebuilt in the 19th century). It is named after the Hungarian leader, King Matthias, and it is one of the tallest buildings in Hungary.
Budapest is the capital and largest city in Hungary. With a population of 1.7 million, it is a fairly big city, with many tourist attractions and fun things to do. The city itself is bisected by the Danube River. The two pieces of land are named Buda and Pest, combining to form Budapest. Buda is geographically very hilly, while Pest is more of a flatland.