Our selection of unusual discoveries

A getaway to Budapest for a corporate retreat will greatly please your teams. Its thermal pools, ruin bars, and the castle district are just a few of the major attractions of the Pearl of the Danube. Here is our selection of unusual discoveries in Budapest!

Relaxing in a thermal spa: Budapest, the “Thermal Capital of the World”, offers indoor and outdoor pools throughout the city. The Széchenyi baths are an ideal place to unwind in this Hungarian metropolis. You can enjoy it for an afternoon or at the end of the day while sipping cocktails with colleagues! Climbing Castle Hill: Visiting Buda Castle is a must in Budapest. Built in 1265, it is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Castle Hill offers visitors an incredible panoramic view of the city below.

Overlooking the city from Gellért Hill: The highest point of Budapest is Gellért Hill (235 m). It’s the best spot for a breathtaking view of Buda and Pest. You can also descend the mountain to visit the Gellért Cave, which houses his statue. Taking a cruise on the Danube: The Danube River divides Budapest into two distinct districts, Buda and Pest. Nine bridges connect these shores and offer different views of the city. A cruise on this river is an ideal activity to stroll and enjoy the panorama. You can also see on the shore the memorial dedicated to Jewish victims of the Holocaust created in 2005. Metal shoes have been placed there to honor the memory of those who were shot and had to remove their shoes before being executed and thrown into the Danube during World War II.

Exploring the underground caverns of Budapest: Budapest sits on an underground cavity filled with water. More than 100 km of caves have been carved by thermal waters over millions of years. Start your visit with Szemlo-hegyi cave and then explore the labyrinth located under the Royal Castle of Budapest. A must-see of Budapest’s unusual discoveries not to be missed! Visiting Heroes’ Square: UNESCO sites are important historical landmarks. Heroes’ Square, for example, is the largest and most famous square in Budapest. It’s not just about taking a selfie, also visit Mucsarnok and the Museum of Fine Arts while you’re there!

And to conclude our selection of unusual discoveries in Budapest, we suggest attending a concert at the Opera! You will be speechless in front of the sublime neo-Renaissance architecture of this building! Performances take place almost every night and ticket prices are very advantageous.

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