Budapest Itinerary 4 Days
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4 Days in Budapest - Perfect Holiday Guide
Known for its intriguing architecture, heritage sites, informative museums, and the picturesque Danube River, Budapest is an enchanting European city. The capital of Hungary, Budapest is also known for its burgeoning street food scene, ruined pubs, and a fascinating history. With the help of this Budapest Itinerary 4 Days, plan a memorable visit to this magical city!
How to see Budapest in 4 days?
Perhaps the most famous monument in Budapest, The Buda Castle, also known as The Royal Palace, is an extravagant fortress that was originally built in the 12th century and was once the home of the Hungarian kings of Budapest. Also, a must-visit place is the Hungarian Parliament, nestled on the backdrop of the Danube River. A magnificent example of Neo-Gothic architecture, this building is just over 100 years old. A unique memorial in Budapest is the Shoes on the Danube monument, a place which pays a tribute to the people who were murdered along the banks of the Danube in Budapest during the Second World War. Do not forget to head to the Fisherman’s Bastion, a stunning fortress with numerous climbing towers, terraces, and viewpoints which bequeath tourists with stunning views of Budapest.
Budapest History Museum and the Hungarian National Gallery are nestled inside the premises of the Buda Castle. While the Budapest History Museum, as the name suggests, takes visitors on a journey through the turbulent history of this region, the Hungarian National Gallery houses a huge collection of stunning paintings and fine art pieces created by famous masters.
There are several squares in Budapest which are magnificent, to say the least. The Freedom or Liberty Square is often touted to be the most beautiful square in the country of Hungary. Housing prominent buildings like The Stock Exchange Palace, the Hungarian National Bank, and the American Embassy, as well as holding immense historical significance, this square is a must-visit place. The Vorosmarty Square, housed in the city center, is a public square dedicated to the poet Mihály Vörösmarty and is known for the huge variety of coffee houses its features. Visitors can also walk along the Andrássy Avenue to the House of Terror to reach the Heroes’ Square.
St. Stephen’s Basilica, Roman Catholic church named after the first Hungarian King Stephen, third largest church building in Hungary. A climb to the top of this church presents visitors with exquisite views of the city. The Matthias Church, dating as back as 13th century, is one of the most important churches in Hungary and is famous for its richly decorated interiors, its eye-catching architecture, and the sarcophagus of King Béla III.
In addition to the above-mentioned experiences, the thermal baths, the walks along the River Danube, the stunning views from the Chain Bridge, the shopping trip to the Central Market Hall, and the climb to the Citadel atop the Gellert Hill, are also worth-experiencing.
Tours in Budapest Worth Adding to Your 4-Day Trip
The several attractions that Budapest offers will definitely add up to your experience. Hence, without any delay, book some interesting and fun tours such as
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