Sightseeing in diverse ways
Autumn is the best choice if you are planning sightseeing. If you haven’t been to Budapest before, put the Buda Castle, the building of the Parliament, St. Stephen's Basilica and the Heroes’ Square on your bucket list.
The main sights of Budapest can be comfortably visited on foot or by public transport, and autumn is an excellent time to enjoy the pleasant weather, the smaller crowds and the still sufficiently long daylight hours.
If you are planning traditional sightseeing, travel to Debrecen, walk in the Dobó square in Eger, enjoy the unique ambiance of Szeged or wander between the bourgeois houses of Pécs. You will be surprised at the endless abundance of history, stories and legends that is offered by the buildings of Hungary. It is a European place to the core, with the standards of the Western world with the spontaneity of the East.
A really inspiring combination! If you visit the main attractions, you will get an insight into the thrilling history and the rich cultural traditions of Hungary. You can book special tours as well, which accompany you through contemporary galleries, show you the emerging quarters of the city and the most spectacular street art spots.