Time permitting, head over the river to downtown Budapest and browse the religious architecture that still defines the city skyline. Saint Stephen’s Basilica (and the view from its tower) shouldn’t be missed, a statement that is equally true for the Great Synagogue. A short distance away is the Opera House, yet another fine example of the awe-inspiring architecture that is Budapest’s own.
If you prefer to condense all this and more in a more organized matter, downtown Budapest has hop-on hop-off buses, which circulate among the important landmarks.
After dinner at one of the many excellent restaurants and looking through all the great pictures you have taken in this most photogenic of cities, make a mental note to spend way more time in the Hungarian capital on your next visit; you’ve only just scratched the surface of what Budapest has to offer.