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Activities, Budapest

Activities in Budapest are fantastically varied. Sail past the spectacular Buda Castle on a boat tour, both by day and night and explore Budapest’s history by embarking on an Abandoned Jewish cemetery tour. Or, hop on the Budapest Eye to see this thriving city from an entirely new perspective. If you’re seeking wine tasting tours, this destination is the spot for you – with a host of different tours on offer.

Abandoned Jewish Cemetery tour

The Jewish cemetery is an important feature within Budapest’s history, and this monument contains many tales of the individuals that once lived here. The cemetery on Kozma street was established in 1874, taking a portion…

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Bike tours

Take a relaxing bike tour around Budapest, led by local guides, to explore the old and new parts of this amazing place. On a bike tour, you can experience this wondrous city from a truly unique perspective, by peddling beside the glorious Danube river and taking in the magical sights.

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Boat tours

There is a range of brilliant boat tour packages in Budapest, from romantic four-course meals overlooking the dazzling cityscape of Budapest to day trips hopping around the must-see attractions of the city, or exciting party cruises…

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Caving

Budapest has a huge labyrinth of caves running under the city due to the thermal river systems, where you can bathe in the many naturally-formed underground pools. There is usually one free visit per person with a tourist pass.

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Church tours

Church tours in Budapest are truly magical. Matthias is one of the most beautiful churches in the city and sits on top of Buda Castle Hill. It dates back to 1015 and has unique Neo-Gothic features amongst the colourful interiors…

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Go-karting in Budapest

Budapest city breaks offer a host of go-karting experiences to suit different holiday types, from family-friendly trips to stag do events and adventures for professional adrenalin-junkies. The G1 go-kart Center boasts years of experience…

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Goulash cooking and wine tasting

Goulash is one of Hungary’s most famous dishes, and in Budapest, you will get to taste succulent beef seasoned with paprika and local spices, as well as experiencing the many regional variations of this stew. Travellers can either sit back…

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Margaret Island

Margaret Island is situated in the middle of the Danube river in Budapest and is home to a large area of lush parkland. The island provides a pleasant day out for locals, who often venture here for a walk to get away from…

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Museums

Budapest has a rich cultural and artistic history, meaning its museums and galleries are packed with all kinds of stories and curiosities. You could start at the Budapest History Museum, which is made up of three impressive and independent…

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Palatinus Bath

If you’re looking for somewhere different to spend your day in Budapest, a trip to Palatinus Bath is an amazing experience and makes a refreshing alternative to sightseeing. Palatinus Bath is an outstanding outdoor swimming facility…

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Quad Biking

Quad biking in Budapest offers off-road courses filled with obstacles, team competitions and races against friends and family. This is a fantastic activity for groups and party holidays, as well as those wanting to get a taste for Hungary’s countryside.

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The Budapest Eye

In Erzsébet Square, travellers can find the impressive 65-metre Budapest Eye, which promises spectacular views amongst the spires and rooftops of this beautiful city. Each closed cabin can fit eight people, and there are…

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The Funicular to Buda Castle

The Castle Hill funicular is a 19th century cable car, which takes you on a two-minute ride to the top of Buda Castle Hill. This historical cable car has been used for decades and is still used by many people today to see…

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Thermal Baths

Budapest, also known as the ‘city of baths’, is home to some of the largest thermal baths in Europe, which are renowned for their curative properties. The Széchenyi Thermal Baths, for example, boasts a Neo-Baroque style…

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Treasure hunting

Start your city break with a bang, by hunting for treasure amongst the many hidden gems dotted around Budapest. Going on a treasure hunt is a great way to learn about this captivating city and Hungarian culture…

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