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Five Must-See Budapest Attractions
The capital city of Hungary has a number of amazing attractions for visitors to enjoy. As such, deciding which sights and attractions you should visit can be a difficult choice. If time is short and you are looking for the best Budapest attractions to include in your visit, these five must-sees should be incorporated into your itinerary... read more
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Art'otel Budapest
Art'otel Budapest is a 4-star hip lifestyle hotel featuring 600 artworks by the American contemporary artist Donald Sultan. This stylish and luxurious hotel enjoys a prime metropolitan river front location. Conveniently situated in the city center, on the banks of the River Danube, it is a short 10 minute walk from both the World Heritage site Buda Castle and the down town pedestrian shopping area. The hotel's comfortable guest rooms overlook major landmarks, such as the Parliament, Chain Bridge, Matthias Church and the Fishermen's Bastion.  At the art'otel Budapest, Hungary hotel, guests do not have to spend time searching for a great restaurant. Open for lunch and dinner, Chelsea Restaurant, our trendy, on-site Budapest restaurant, serves fine, Asian and Mediterranean inspired cuisine and authentic Hungarian dishes in a casual, yet sophisticated atmosphere. A full breakfast buffet is also served daily in the drawing room. 
Best Western Hotel Hungaria Budapest
The largest Hotel of Hungary, Best Western Hotel Hungaria (ex Grand Hotel Hungary) is located in the heart of Budapest, along the main traffic line leading to Erzsébet bridge and dividing the city into two parts and having a very easy access to Budapest's business and cultural centre making it ideal for those here on business or pleasure. The central block of the present building has been serving since 1915. The Grand Hotel Hungaria has excellent public transport connections (metro station nearby) ensuring easy access to the most important parts of the city and the countryside. It is only a few minutes walk to all major shopping and business centre's and the historical old downtown with the most important tourist attractions. Airport is only 16 km away
Central Dominik Pension Budapest
The Central Dominik Pension is located in the heart of Budapest, in a quiet street opening from Andrássy avenue, between Kodály Körönd and Lövölde square, just 4 minutes from the Underground. This first class Pension was built in 2006. All the rooms are equipped with private bathroom, Tv, minibar, direct phone, Wifi access. We offer our guests single-, double-, triple-, and family rooms. Air-conditioned rooms are also available. (extra charge). The buffet breakfast and taxes are included in our prices.(except city tax). The Hotel services are the followings: 24 hours reception, bar, Internet access, car rental, sightseeing tours, hotel taxi, program organization.  Our kind Pension offers a familiar atmosphere where you can find the best prices.
Danubius Grand Hotel Margitsziget Budapest
At the heart of a romantic green park on Margaret Island, with a direct connecting passage to the Health Spa Resort Margitsziget, close to historical sights and the city-centre shops.  The island's original spa hotel, with turn-of-the-century ambience, tradition, style and elegance. Everything you need to keep fit! Jogging path, tennis courts, rowing boats, bicycles and lidos all on the island.  Try out the 4-person family bike!  An ideal place for groups to take fantastic cruiseship excursions, departing from directly outside the hotel entrance.  Indoor and outdoor pools, adventure pool, Jacuzzi, thermal bath, therapeutic exercise thermal bath, sauna, steam room, aroma cabin. Restaurant Széchenyi with garden terrace, brasserie, terrace café in the summer, cocktail bar.
Hilton Budapest Westend
Stay at the Hilton Budapest WestEnd hotel in the heart of the city on bustling Váci út. Do business in the Executive Lounge or one of 11 meeting rooms for up to 350. Shop in the adjacent mall, keep fit in the gym or relax on the terrace. The hotel is 30 minutes' drive from the airport.  Try Hungarian and international specialties at Zita Café, a taste of the Mediterranean at the Hilton Budapest WestEnd hotel's Arrabona Restaurant or cocktails at Bar Kando.  Tone up in the gym with panoramic city views or enjoy a sauna at the Hilton Budapest WestEnd hotel. Budapest attractions on the doorstep include the adjacent WestEnd shopping and entertainment mall and historic Heroes' Square. Finish the day with a nightcap in Bar Kando.  All Hilton Budapest WestEnd rooms have high-speed internet access. Step up to a Deluxe Room for more space or a Junior Suite for a separate seating area.
Le Meridien, Budapest
Set in the heart of the city, amidst vibrant cultural and historical surroundings, Le Mériden Budapest is just minutes away from exquisite shopping, the city’s lively business district, the Danube river, the Castle district, and the Old Town. Budapest’s myriad attractions await discovery, including the Parliament, Museum of Fine Arts, the Hungarian National Museum, and the Opera House. Known as the ‘City of Spas,’ Budapest offers more than 80 soothing spa baths, including the Szechenyi Thermal Baths.  With eight meeting rooms accommodating up to 210 guests, Le Méridien Budapest hosts events of all kinds. The hotel’s catering staff can help plan a themed dinner, from a Hungarian or French Buffet Campagnard to a decadent chocolate buffet. The hotel spa includes an indoor pool, a Jacuzzi, and massage services.
Novotel Budapest Centrum
The Novotel Budapest Centrum is a 4 star hotel close to the business centres and major cultural attractions of Budapest. Business travellers will find WiFi internet and seven meeting rooms at their disposal. A beautiful place to stay on holiday in Budapest, the Novotel features a restaurant, bar, gym, jacuzzi and sauna, all in a charming, heritage protected building with modern additions. From breakfast to lunch, dinner or a tasty little snack, Novotel provides balanced choices and à la carte service 24/7 at all its hotels.At Novotel, you can count on enjoying a relaxing meal in a friendly, stylish setting.
Radisson Sas Beke Hotel Budapest
In the heart of the pulsating metropolis, on the Great Boulevard, 200 metres south of the Western Railway Station.  Successor to the legendary Britannia Hotel, which was established in the early 1900s.   Wonderful combination of tradition, style and culture complemented by excellent modern facilities.  Stroll along the "Broadway" of Pest: theatres, museums, cafés and fine restaurants just a stone’s throw away.  Watch the chef cooking in the special “view kitchen” of the new Olive's Restaurant.  Pop in for a relaxing hour or two in our Zsolnay Café & Lounge, and enjoy traditional beverages, marvellous desserts and a wide selection of cocktails.  Public transport on the doorstep.

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Five Must-See Budapest Attractions

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The capital city of Hungary has a number of amazing attractions for visitors to enjoy. As such, deciding which sights and attractions you should visit can be a difficult choice. If time is short and you are looking for the best Budapest attractions to include in your visit, these five must-sees should be incorporated into your itinerary.

No. 1 Must-See Budapest Attraction: Budapest Zoo

When it comes to selecting which Budapest attractions you should include on your list of places to visit, the Budapest Zoo should be at the top of your list. Not only is the zoo home to some beautiful and amazing creatures, the zoo is also committed to conservation. As a result, visitors can also get up and close to a number of endangered species while also participating in special programs and demonstrations. The Budapest Zoo is open year-round. Visit www.ZooBudapest.com for more information.

No. 2 Must-See Budapest Attraction: Museum of Fine Arts

The Museum of Fine Arts is another one of the most popular Budapest attractions for those who are interested in enjoying a grand cultural experience. Found in City Park next to the Heroes' Square monument, the Museum of Fine Arts features a variety of works, including Egyptian Art, Classical Antiquities, 19th and 20th century Modern Art and more. With more than 3,000 paintings found in the Old Masters Collection, there is plenty to see at the Museum of Fine Arts. The Museum of Fine Arts is open year-round, though it is closed on Mondays. Visit www.szepmuveszeti.hu for more information.

No. 3 Must-See Budapest Attraction: House of Hungarian Wines

Located near to the Buda Castle, the House of Hungarian Wines allows visitors to enjoy unlimited sampling for a two hour period. With over 700 wines on display from 22 different regions throughout the country, there are plenty of wines waiting to be sampled. The House of Hungarian Wines is open daily. Visit www.magyarborokhaza.hu to learn more.

No. 4 Must-See Budapest Attraction: Budapest City Circus

The Budapest City Circus is filled with international attractions and impressive shows featuring lions, horses and more. The main programs are offered from January through to August, but additional shows are still performed from October through December. Visit www.maciva.hu for show times and additional information.

No. 5 Must-See Budapest Attraction: Historical Museum of Budapest

The Historical Museum of Budapest actually features three great Budapest attractions:  The Castle Museum, the Kiscell Museum and the Aquincum Museum. In addition to the numerous temporary exhibits found in these museums, visitors can also enjoy seeing several permanent exhibits. Some of these include gothic sculptures from the Royal Palace of Buda, the Golden Lion Pharmacy exhibition, the Baroque sculpture hall and access to the open-air Statue park exhibit. The Historical Museum of Budapest is open year-round. Visit www.btm.hu to learn more.

Of course, as one of the best capital cities in Europe, Budapest has far more to offer than just these 5 great attractions. By taking a walking tour of the various regions within the city, you will be sure to see all that the city has to offer and get the most from your trip.

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John Germanh is the chief editor of http://www.guidea.travel/ , which is a website dedicated to providing practical information to travelers about Budapest attractions, tours and tips for travel in the capital city of Hungary. His mp3 tour method ( http://www.guidea.travel/mp3-audio-guide-sightseeing-tours-Budapest ) provides the best Budapest sightseeing experience for private tourists to the exciting city of Budapest.


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