What should I not miss in Budapest?
- Buda Castle. Things to do.
- Széchenyi Baths. Take a plunge in Budapest’s most famous thermal bath.
- Children’s Railway.
- Memento Park.
- Dohány Street Synagogue.
- St Stephen’s Basilica.
- Hungarian Parliament.
- Heroes’ Square.
Where should I not go in Budapest? The 8th district is the most dangerous area, as well as Váci Street, where bag-snatching and pickpocketing frequently occur. Budapest is seen as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and the world’s second-best city, so if you are willing to explore it, do not allow anything to destroy your journey.
What Budapest famous for? Budapest is famous for its rich culture, underground caves, the mighty Danube River, and for being the Spa Capital of the World. Budapest is also known for its world-famous Ruin Bars, the drop-dead gorgeous Parliament Building, and its delectable local temptations.
Can you do Budapest in 3 days? However, if you’re trying to work Budapest into a greater European itinerary, 3 days in Budapest is the perfect amount of time for a first overview of the city: you’ll see the bulk of the major sights and attractions, get a taste of the nightlife, and have enough time to fall just enough in love with the city that you