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Budapest Vacation Packages

The population of this area of Hungary is nearly 1,700,000.

Escape the ordinary and throw yourself into a realm of magic at Aquaworld Budapest and the Budapest Castle Hill Funicular. Palatinus Bath and Vidam Park are also great places to visit if you want to keep the good times coming.

A variety of slippery aquatic animals and plants can be observed at Tropicarium and Szentendre Aquarium and Terrarium House.

Whether your kids are fans of majestic mammals or unassuming reptiles, the Budapest Zoo & Botanical Garden and the Wildlife Park of Budakeszi have something for all tastes.

Whether you want to try your luck at poker or just enjoy the gaming atmosphere, you will find exactly what you're looking for at the Las Vegas Casino, the Tropicana Casino or the Orfeum Casino.

Amid a collection of gorgeous plant species, an afternoon at Europa Grove is sure to be a pleasant one.

Pack a few snacks and take it easy for a while in the tranquil surroundings of Margaret Island Park and City Park. Gesztenyes Park and Small Forest are two more nice places to while away a lazy afternoon and finally read that neglected book of yours.

Switch off your phone and give yourself a break from the noise of the modern world at Palvolgyi Cave and Sas-Mountain Natural Reserve. Janos Hill and Szemlohegy Cave are also popular with nature enthusiasts.

Grab a buddy or two and explore some of the favored cultural spaces in the area. The Marzipan Museum and the Museum of Drums offer a range of displays and collections that are sure to capture your attention. The Lamp Museum and the Barcsay Museum are also worth looking at.

It doesn't matter if you're a science buff or you're just after something to do, you'll enjoy exploring the captivating exhibits at TIT Planetarium and the Palace of Wonders.

The cabinets of the Hungarian Natural History Museum and the Archaeological Park are full to the brim with wondrous objects.

Do you love art? You'll discover galleries of all kinds here. Swing by the Museum of Fine Arts and the Hungarian National Gallery to see the best of what this creative hotspot has to offer. Afterwards, if you still have some energy left in the tank, wind up the day at the Museum of Applied Arts and the Mikro Csodak Museum.

Amateur historians can explore chronicles of former times at the Hungarian National Museum and the Liszt Ferenc Memorial Museum. The Hungarian Jewish Museum and Archives and the Kossuth Museum are also highly esteemed choices.

Wander back through the ages with a visit to Parliament Building and the Semmelweis University, just a couple of the preserved historic sites here. More tales from a bygone era await at Aquincum Museum and Ruin Garden and the Eotvos Lorand University.

Meander along the deck of Szechenyi Chain Bridge or Liberty Bridge, two examples of old-fashioned civil engineering. Margaret Bridge and Bridge with the Stone Saints are a couple more impressive structures that you may like to add to your to-do list.

Gain a deeper understanding of the region's military past by taking a tour of Fisherman's Bastion and Citadella.

When it came to designing and furnishing Sandor Palace and Danube Palace, you'll see that money wasn't an issue. You might also like to explore the leafy gardens and seek out some stories at Godollo Royal Palace and Bishop's Palace.

After spending some time at Vajdahunyad Castle or Buda Castle, you might just think you've traveled back to the days of drawbridges and dungeons! Visegrad Citadel and Zsambek Castle are two more formidable cultural monuments.

Whether you're a spiritual person or not, you'll be sure to have a nice time at St. Stephen's Basilica and the Dohany Street Synagogue. You might also like to read up on Matthias Church or Inner City Parish Church.

Budapest's most prominent tourist sights sometimes overshadow its less known, but equally rewarding activities. The Invisible Exhibition and the Kincsem Park are recommended options. Also, consider a trip to the National Széchenyi Library and the Szabo Ervin Central Library if your schedule allows.

Accommodation in Budapest

Hungary's capital is an exciting and ever-evolving city that is much-loved by travellers from across the globe. With 381 Budapest lodgings on Expedia's easy-to-use bookings page, securing the ideal place to stay is a breeze.

Two of the luxurious Budapest accommodations are the Four Seasons Gresham Palace, at Széchenyi István tér 5-6, and the Boscolo Budapest, Autograph Collection, at Erzsebet Korut 9-11. If you're after more budget-friendly options, the Happy Hostel, Varoshaz street 8, and the Artificial Hostel, Vaci Utca 44, may better serve your needs.

Guide to Exploring Budapest