Unforgettable Three-Day Visit to Budapest

Unforgettable Three-Day Visit to Budapest

How to Make Your Visit in Budapest Perfect?

‘Paris of the East’ is rightly said for Budapest as it is located along the Danube River, full of splendid landscape, and decorated with marvelous architectural edifices. Its remarkable unique culture and heritage is the driving force that instigates the tourists across the globe to visit this beautiful city. The attraction of the city pulled me in 2018 and offered me an excellent opportunity to go for a tour of 03 days in Budapest. Based on my short visit to Budapest, I share my experience with you in the following paragraphs.

Budapest Hotels

If you don’t know where to find an appropriate hotel for your accommodation in Budapest, no need to worry, the following guide will help you to one of the Budapest hotels where you can rest your tired muscles and enjoy a glass of wine or two as you begin to unwind after jetlag. The only concern is the language barrier. However, you can quickly get the services of translator English Hungarian who not only serve you in linguistic issues but also help you as the best travel guide.

Hotel Taverna

This hotel is located in the city center of Budapest, specifically at Vaci Street lining along with chic restaurants and posh shops where you can dine or window-shop. This hotel is the most preferred by visitors on a business trip and tourists because of its accessibility. The amenities in the hotel include a mini-bar, telephone system, cable ready TV and radio facilities, and a speedy Internet connection. A hairdryer is also provided in the bathroom. You can experience good food at their Promenade restaurant, which is lauded as one of Hungary’s bests having entered into the top ten lists. Their multi-awarded chefs prepare gourmet dishes for their guests seeing to it the only the best Hungarian food is served on the table. This hotel is one of the best Budapest hotels.

City Hotel Matyas

This is one of the most easy-on-the-pocket Budapest hotels. It is located in the pulsating heart of the busy district of Budapest. Seeing the Buda Castle and get a glimpse of the Danube for free and at a vantage, perspective can be enjoyed from one of the rooms of City Hotel Matyas. At Matyas Prince Restaurant, a dining guest can enjoy excellent gypsy music while savoring authentic Hungarian cuisine with a glass of superb and carefully selected wines.

Hotel Astoria

This is nestled near the Hungarian National Museum, which houses the world-famous and priceless pieces of Hungarian Holy Crown. The Crown Jewels are also kept inside the museum. So, if you are taking a trip to Budapest’s most priced museums, staying at Hotel Astoria is an advantage because of its proximity. The Restaurant Empire, as the name suggests, offers their gourmand guests with dishes and services fit for royalty. Staying at the hotel is like visiting a museum because the hotel has beautiful pieces of displays, and the hotel edifice alone boasts of intricate and elaborate architectural designs, reminiscent of the Ottoman Empire era.

Other Famous Hotels

Other budgets Budapest hotels are Hostel Marco Polo, Boutique Hotel Zara Budapest, Leo Panzio, and Hotel Pest. Depending on your budget, you will observe the gastronomy and hospitality of Budapest during your stay. You can taste the unique comfort and experience exceptional service in the Budapest way. Surely, visit the city is a worthwhile experience especially if you are billeted in a hotel.

Attractions for Tourists in Budapest

Thousands of tourists visit Hungary each year as tourists are attracted by the fantastic beauty of plenty of destinations in Budapest. Besides plenty of attractive destinations, the city also offers some exciting things to do. A list of a few must-visit attractions in Budapest is listed below.

Halaszbastya

One of the best edifices in Budapest, located behind the Matthias Church, and was built between 1895 to 1902. The destination is also famous as the Fishermen’s Bastion. You can enjoy the fascinating view of the entire city, including the River Danube from here.

Castle Quarter

The beauty of this attraction is its structure that is a combination of various architectural styles. Plenty of other attractions are located close to Castle Quarter, which includes the Museum of Music History, Andrew Hess Square, Mihaly-Tancsics Street, Former Parade Ground, Kapisztrán Square, and Fortuna Street.

Chain Bridge of Hungary

Almost two hundred years old this bridge is a great attraction for many tourists across the world – a must-visit for each tourist who visits here to enjoy the tour of Budapest.

Margaret Island

Undoubtedly, this island is the best traveling place for tourists as well as the local population. During the summer season, I highly recommend this attractive and beautiful spot for you to visit.

More Attractions at Budapest

Tourists must have a look at the following attractions as well to make their journey memorable and exciting:

  • National Museum of Hungary
  • The Houses of Parliament
  • Matthias Church
  • Fine Arts Museum
  • Stephen’s Basilica
  • Elizabeth Bridge

In all respect, Budapest is a worth visiting place. If you are fond of tourism, mainly want to enjoy the visit of traditional and modern construction, I would recommend you must include the tour of Budapest in your plans. Your tourism is still incomplete without the visit to Budapest. Even a short stay of three days in Budapest is enough to make you understand why it is also famous as ‘Paris of Hungary’ or ‘Queen of Danube.’