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Everything is perfect, the location, the cleaness, the quality of the staff, the quality of the furnitures and the electronics. It is also a very beautiful place. I just loved it, so much that I have been there twice and I will definitely comeback again on my next trips to Budapest. Doug T , Tripadvisor


The Great Synagogue (Hungarian: Dohány utcai zsinagóga/nagy zsinagóga) is a historical building in Erzsébetváros, the 7th district of Budapest. It is the largest synagogue in Europe and one of the largest in the world. It seats 3,000 people and is a centre of Neolog Judaism.
The synagogue was built between 1854 and 1859 in the Moorish Revival style, with the decoration based chiefly on Islamic models from North Africa and medieval Spain (the Alhambra).


The Hungarian National Museum (Hungarian: Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum) was founded in 1802 and is the national museum for the history, art and archaeology of Hungary, including areas not within Hungary's modern borders such as Transylvania.
Vörösmarty tér or Vörösmarty square is a public square in the Budapest city centre at the northern end of Váci utca. At the centre of the square facing west is a statue of poet Mihály Vörösmarty. Behind the monument is a fenced park and a fountain flanked by stone lions. At the north end of the square is the Café Gerbeaud and stairs to the southern terminus of the Budapest Metro's venerable yellow line (M1). Vörösmarty square is venue of the popular Budapest Christmas Market from November until Christmas every year.

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St. Stephen's Basilica

St. Stephen's Basilica is named in honour of Stephen, the first King of Hungary, whose supposed right hand is housed in the reliquary. It was the sixth largest church building in Hungary before 1920. Since the renaming of the primatial see, it's the co-cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Esztergom-Budapest. Today, it is the third largest church building in present-day Hungary, and there is a fantastic 360 degree view from its top on Budapest.



The Great Market Hall or Central Market Hall (Hungarian: "Nagyvásárcsarnok") is the largest and oldest indoor market in Budapest.

It is located at the end of the famous pedestrian shopping street Váci Street and on the Pest side of the Liberty Bridge at Fővám Square.


Have a glass of Hungarian wine

  • The best red wines come from the Villány, Szekszárd and Eger regions.
  • Tokaji aszú is a very sweet white desert wine. Sweetness and quality are measured on a so-called “Puttonyos” scale.

Relax in a thermal spa

  • Budapest, 'the city of spas' has more thermal springs than any other capital city in the world.
  • 118 springs provide over 70 million liters of thermal water a day.
  • The temperature of the waters is between 21 and 78 Celsius.

Visit the Great Market Hall

  • The largest and oldest indoor market in Budapest
  • Great opportunity to learn about Hungary's food culture and customs
  • Blend with the locals.
  • Taste the Hungarian street foods.

Hungarian specialties

  • Túró rudi: sweet chocolate bar filled with lemony cottage cheese
  • Goose liver
  • Szamos marcipán: chocolate covered marzipan
  • Gulyás soup
  • Lángos: deep fried flat bread with toppings
  • 'Winter' salami

Reveal the Communist heritage

  • House of Terror: the dark side of the Communist era
  • A ride on a trolleybus: designed for Stalin’s 70th birthday
  • Memento park: large Communist outdoor statues (10 miles from city center)

Party in a 'ruin pub'

  • Derelict buildings and unused outdoor spaces
  • Are transformed into friendly, pleasingly chaotic bars.
  • Mismatched old furniture, retro feeling
  • They function as cultural community areas as well.
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