- Greater Budapest
- Debrecen and surroundings
- Tokaj and Nyíregyháza
- Pécs region
- Sopron region
- Bük and Sárvár
- Eger region
- Győr and Pannonhalma
- Szeged region
- Gyula region
This is no exaggeration: if you come to Budapest, there are things that you simply must see. Explore the capital and visit the country’s iconic attractions – many of which are World Heritage Sites – on both sides of the rolling Danube – to see for yourself that this is truly a picturesque city. You won't need Insta filters here for perfect photos. The dazzling city centre of Budapest will be the perfect background.
It is almost impossible to list everything that is worth doing, seeing or tasting in Budapest, especially because a journey in and around the Hungarian capital will surely lead to personal discoveries as well for each visitor. However, there are a few places that should not be missed.
What pops into your mind first when hearing the words iconic Hungarian building? We’ll bet you anything it’s the House of Parliament on the banks of the Danube. The building has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1987 as part of the Banks of the Danube.
The Chain Bridge is one of the most beautiful and well-known landmarks in Budapest. Although the mere sight of Budapest’s first permanent bridge over the Danube speaks for itself, it is well worth taking a peek through the ‘keyhole of history’ for a better appreciation of it. So here goes.
Take a journey through Hungarian history. An outdoor World Heritage site, lined with monumental statues. What is it? Heroes' Square, of course. It’s worth getting to know a bit about Hungarian history virtually beforehand so that you can absorb it better at the site itself.
Andrássy út, an avenue that is emblematic of the Hungarian capital and the whole of Hungary, connects the heart of the city, Deák Ferenc tér, with Hősök tere. If you want to soak up the true feeling of life in Budapest, make sure you walk along this majestic road, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.