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Margaret Island & Northern Pest
6 reviews
Handsome and massive, this is one of the chief landmarks of Pest and the city's largest church—it can hold 8,500 people. — Fodor's
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District VI, District VII & the Jewish Quarter
8 reviews
You will have to brace yourself before going into this historical building. Also bring your reading glasses; all of the information in English is on copious sheets of paper in each room. — Frommer's
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District I & District XII
6 reviews
Medieval fishwives once peddled their wares here, but now you see merchants selling souvenirs and crafts, musicians, and—less visible but always present—pickpockets. — Fodor's
8
District I & District XII
5 reviews
With a collection of more than 10,000 art objects, this museum is not for the cultural faint of heart. — Frommer's
8
City Park & Discrict XIV
4 reviews
Statues and a fountain adorn the Neo-Baroque exterior of the biggest and one of the most luxurious bath complexes in Europe — Let's Go
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Southern Pest & Disrtict VIII
4 reviews
A visit to this museum is still worthwhile. All the history of the country will unfold there before your very eyes, from the arrival of the Magyar tribes till after communism. — Michelin Guide
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District V
6 reviews
“The motherland does not have a house,” lamented Hungarian poet Milhaly Corosmarty in 1846 — Let's Go
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Southern Pest & Disrtict VIII
4 reviews
Opened in 2004, the Holocaust Memorial Centre is both a museum and an educational research centre — Michelin Guide
8
District XI
5 reviews
The baths feature a "bathing" and a spa section. — Michelin Guide
8
District VI, District VII & the Jewish Quarter
5 reviews
One of the most beautiful opera houses in Europe. — Frommer's
8
District VI, District VII & the Jewish Quarter
4 reviews
Built in 1859, this is the second-largest working synagogue in the world (the largest is in New York City), and the second-oldest large building of those still standing. — Frommer's
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District V
4 reviews
Széchenyi Bridge, or the Chain Bridge, is the oldest in the city... and is magnificently lit at night. Two stone lions on pedestals keep proud watch over either end of the bridge. — Michelin Guide
8
District I & District XII
4 reviews
You can find an amazing citadel perched on the southern most hill of Budapest. — Afar Magazine
8
Southern Pest & Disrtict VIII
3 reviews
This museum is a real must if you are a lover of contemporary art! — Michelin Guide
8
District I & District XII
4 reviews
Dedicated to the history of Budapest in all its manifestations, sounds like a boring slog, but it's actually interesting. — Concierge
8
District VI, District VII & the Jewish Quarter
4 reviews
The apartment that Franz Liszt lived in for the last five years of his life. — Michelin Guide
8
District I & District XII
3 reviews
The uninitiated are in for a real surprise. — Michelin Guide
8
Óbuda & Buda Hills
4 reviews
Aquincum, founded in the 1C, enjoyed its heyday in the 2C and 3C. The ruins clearly show the plan of the city. — Michelin Guide
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District I & District XII
3 reviews
A former barracks built in 1830, it is used to house this museum marked by two rows of cannons — Michelin Guide
8
District I / Buda
3 reviews
Today Buda Castle 4.0 closely resembles its Habsburg incarnation with flowery courtyards, statues, and panoramic views of the Pest side of the Danube. — Let's Go
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