The capital of Hungary, is a great metropol with a rich architectural and historical heritage: it offers an unmatched combination of culture, blooming gastronomy and the advantages of thermal waters and world heritage sights.

The Pearl of the Danube is not only the best European destination, it is also one of the most beautiful and safest cities in the world.
Budapest’s foodie scene is increasingly interesting, with plenty of restaurants and cafés serving up delicious eats. Local dishes such as goulash and lángos are readily available, as are international options and modern takes on the national cuisine.
Whether it’s a hearty Hungarian meal, or Michelin starred fine dining, the city has a varied and delicious culinary offering.

Budapest is stunning when enjoyed from one of the many viewpoints to be found across the city: its skyline features architectural landmarks including the Hungarian Parliament Building and the Chain Bridge. Plus, no buildings are allowed to stand at over 96m tall, meaning the city’s historic skyline allows for all the sights to be easily seen.

Nicknamed the ‘City of Spas’– Budapest is filled with beautiful thermal baths, all with healing properties and stunning architecture. From the popular Széchenyi spa complex to the lesser known Király baths, they’re the perfect places to relax and take some time out from the noise of city life.