There are few cities that have to offer as much as the Hungarian capital , Budapest (Hungarian : Budapest) . The city is located on both sides of the Danube. For this reason, it is no wonder that many refer to this city as the "King of the Danube"!
Its name, the city of more than 1.7 million people from 1873 as the governor decided both shore towns merge into one. Found on the western shore (and you can still find) the Buda side (or Óbuda) and on the eastern side of the Pest side , then joined BudaPest. Besides Hungary live there also Romanians, Roma, Arabs, Russians, German and other Europeans .
With few exceptions, the daily average temperature in April and October 16 to 17 degrees Celsius. In May and September, there are 21 to 22 degrees Celsius. The average daily temperature can exceed 24 degrees Celsius in the summer months of June, July and August!
The city of Budapest, however, it is worth to visit the entire year. In the winter months the air is much cleaner and all attractions are open. Nothing is more beautiful than to visit the spa during the cold winter months ! No less than 70 million liters of hot spring water with temperatures between 21 and 78 degrees Celsius come in the spa town every day to the surface! 10 resorts (spas) are open every day of the year for spa guests and visitors.
The city of Budapest has many attractions and remnants of long forgotten times, including Romanian ruins, centuries-old Turkish baths, Baroque and Gothic buildings, also small architectural wonder from the type level and in the white style of the Bauhaus. Based on this heritage of the Danube and Andrássy Avenue was put on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The 2,310 m long Andrássy Avenue (Andrássy út) connects the Elizabeth Square with the Heroes' Square, which is located in the Pest side.
In no itinerary a visit to the Budaschlosses or the Castle of Buda may be missing. The historical castle complex in the district of Buda is located at an altitude of more than 70m and overlooking the flowing waters of the Danube . At the foot of the castle you can walk in picturesque streets and squares with attractive shops , cafes and restaurants. The Matthias Church is very famous and open to the public . The best view of the city , but you can from the building Fisherman's Bastion ( Fisherman's Bastion ) and the adjoining square in front of the National Gallery to enjoy . Another famous Must-See this city are the eleven bridges spanning the Danube. The oldest and most famous (1849 ) is the so-called Kettingbruecke , recognizable striking at its two gates and the stone lions that guard the bridge.
Another attraction is the Gellert Hill and the Citadel. Even from up here you have a really unique view of the city of Budapest. Actually, there are too many sights in Budapest to be in one spot, there are places and parks, a shopping street where you no longer get out of the amazement. Much visited is also the great market hall , which has numerous souvenirs on the first floor. Other attractions include the Parliament, the classical St. Stephen 's Basilica with its distinctive dome and the Great Synagogue of Budapest, the Romanesque synagogue (1859) on the Dohány Street and the Margaret island, 2.9km green lung of Budapest. Of course there are many other attractions in this city.
Our reception at Villapark Vargesztes will assist you with the booking of transfer and the visit of the city. We already wish you a nice stay in Budapest!