Three Days in Budapest [Itinerary]

Hungary, Budapest Guide (B): Three Days in Budapest [Itinerary]

The Hungarian capital of Budapest is one of Europe’s most underrated cities. Budapest is described as the “Little Paris of Middle Europe” due to its beauty, charm, and 1,000-year-old culture. The city demands to be savored slowly over a period of time. But for those with only a few days to explore the city, we’ve compiled a three day itinerary of Budapest.

It can be difficult to plan a visit to this amazing city in such a short time; three days is the Minimum that we would recommend if you want to truly have a proper taste of Budapest. While this itinerary is not exhaustive by any means, it provides a variety of sights and experiences Budapest has to offer, including the best architecture, museums, culture, and shopping.

In 1873, the city of Buda, the former capital of the Kingdom of Hungary on the west bank of the Danube River, merged with the city of Pest on the eastern side of the Danube, to become Budapest. Prior to the unification, the area had been under the rule of the Romans, the Mongols, the Ottomans, and the Hapsburgs, each having left their indelible mark on the city. Hungary became part of Austria-Hungary in 1867, an empire that lasted 51 years and brought about great prosperity and modernization to Budapest. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Three Days in Budapest [Itinerary]
Guide Location: Hungary » Budapest
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Chain Bridge   Parliament   Royal Palace   Hungarian National Gallery   Mátyás Fountain.   Tárnok utca   Holy Trinity Square   Mátyás Church   Fisherman’s Bastion   Ruszworm Café   Liberation Monument   St. Stephen’s Basilica   House of Terror museum   Heroes’ Square   Budapest Zoo   Vajdahunyad Castle   Széchenyi Baths   Hungarian National Museum   Café Gerbeaud   Central Market Hall  
Author: David Bjorgen
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