Your day begins in the City park (Vrosliget), which is one of the most exciting parts of Budapest. The City park is not a natural, but a man-made park, it can almost be called an adventure park. Along the City park, lake take a walk towards Zoo Boulevard, which has plenty of monuments in store. Here, you will also find the Gundel Restaurant, built in 1894 and its smaller associate Bagolyvr, the only restaurant in Budapest that has been employing women only. Going further down Zoo Boulevard, we reach the complex of Budapest Zoo & Botanical Garden, constructed in 1866. Pass by Szchenyi Bath and the Municipal Circus on the opposite side, where the first performance was held in 1891.
After a pleasant walk, you will see the famous Heroes square, which is the most spacious, influential square in Budapest. Take the Millennium Underground to the downtown area. This is the oldest underground railway on the continent, having been inaugurated on May 2, 1896 by Emperor Franz Joseph. Running underneath Andrssy Avenue, it is definitely worth a try. The history of the subway line can be seen at the Millennium Underground Museum, which was opened to the public in 1975.
After, arrive to the Inner City. This is a part of the historic old town of Pest. Today it is a part of the 5th District of Budapest.
Budapest's main shopping street, Vci Street, is located there, as is a large part of the city's commercial life.The Inner City is situated on the banks of the Danube; its borders follow the line of the old city walls.
After lunch visit the castle area. Buda castle District is a part of the 1st District of Budapest, named Vr (Castle). Numerous monuments of medieval origin, houses and public buildings built in the 17th and 18th century are to be found here. Buda Castle district consists of three main parts: Buda castle, St Georges Square and the historical residential quarter. No sightseeing tour in Budapest is complete without visiting the Castle district.