Budapest, Hungary

In Hungary there are two different towns Buda and Pest divided by Denube river. In 1873 Buda and Pest were officially merged with the third part, Óbuda (Old Buda), thus creating the new metropolis of Budapest.

Szechenyi Bath

Szechenyi Bath is one of the biggest natural hot spring spa baths in Europe. This bath has a history of over 100 years and millions of bathers have have enjoyed the warm medicinal waters. This is famous for its summer night sparties (spa parties), most grand of which is on first weekend of August.

http://www.bathsbudapest.com/szechenyi-bath
https://spartybooking.com/events-category/events/

Szechenyi Bath is one of the biggest natural hot spring spa baths in Europe. This bath has a history of over 100 years and millions of bathers have have enjoyed the warm medicinal waters. This is famous for its summer night sparties (spa parties), most grand of which is on first weekend of August.

http://www.bathsbudapest.com/szechenyi-bath
https://spartybooking.com/events-category/events/
Szechenyi Bath
Vajdahunyad Castle
Vajdahunyad Castle
Heroes’ Square
Heroes’ Square

Sail the Denube

The Danube River is the most famous in Budapest and also the one separating both the cities Buda and Pest. There are many river tour options; also you can enjoy boat parties in the night. It really is lovely around sunset.

Parliament Building
Parliament Building

Ruin Bars

If you enjoy night life then as a tourist it’s almost impossible to think about Budapest without Ruin bars.

Ruin bars (romkocsma) are makeshift bars established inside dilapidated pre-war buildings, with quirky furniture and overall uniquely cool atmosphere. Szimpla Kert is Budapest’s iconic ruin bar and is one of the oldest ruin bars across Budapest.

Szimpla Kert Ruin Pub

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  1. Hi!
    Kaustubh,
    I used to think all the travel you did was just a bum. Then I realized it’s about you figuring out what you want…going there.. exploring and finding happiness. I got a mental image of you way up in the middle of nowhere in barrow being happy and that made me happy for you…I really respect that!”
    I virtually travelled Budapest!
    Thanks.

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    1. Hi Siddhita,
      Thank you, feels really great to know that someone understand and appreciate what you are doing and why you are doing it.
      Thanks 🙂

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