Budapest Honeymoon Activities

THE 10 BEST Honeymoon Things to Do in Budapest

Best Budapest Honeymoon Activities

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  • Wilco Wings
    Mecseknadasd, Hungary8 contributions
    If you're hitting up Budapest, you've got to check out their Parliament Building. Seriously, it's like a castle by the river — all spires and statues. I snagged a spot on the 45-minute tour (perfect amount of time, by the way) and it's worth every minute. Inside is just as jaw-dropping, with these epic halls and a staircase that'll have you feeling like royalty.

    Do yourself a favor, though: grab your tickets ahead of time online. It saves you from the hassle, and you don’t have to sweat about getting in. Plus, you can dodge the sketchy ticket resellers. Trust me, you want to stroll in, no fuss, and soak up all that history and grandeur. It's the kind of place you'll be talking about long after you leave.
    Written February 16, 2024
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  • Rob L
    49 contributions
    Stunning views of Budapest and the Danube, well worth the walk or take the venicular. It can get very crowded, so go early if possible.
    Written February 23, 2024
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  • harvey1210
    London, UK11 contributions
    Beautiful ornate building which is a must see when in Budapest. Definitely get up to the top level for the views. There’s a lift about half way the you’re on the stairs which can be a bit daunting but worth the effort for sure
    Written February 24, 2024
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  • MartinDBaker
    Rotherham, UK73 contributions
    Second time visiting. We came on a Friday afternoon and it was a pretty cold full day so getting into a warm bath was sublime!

    Make sure to bring your towel and robe from your hotel or be prepared to pay a hefty charge to buy one. You cannot rent towels or robes.

    All in all a great visit, shame some of the indoor stuff was shut for refurb.
    Written February 26, 2024
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  • MadsThirsgaard
    Copenhagen, Denmark262 contributions
    I guess the route is pretty similar for all cruises, so we were happy to use Duna Cruises. If you only have one day i Budapest, I would definitely take a cruise with Duna. Friendly staff, complimentary sparkling wine (don't know if we were just lucky), comfortable seats and cheap prices.
    Written January 30, 2024
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  • Guy L
    5 contributions
    From the outside it's a truly stunning piece of architecture but on the inside its a church. Kind of like Dr Who's tardis but in reverse. Then again what was I expecting? The stained glass windows are very beautiful, daughter took lots of pictures of those claiming she wants them in her future house. So she's either going to become very wealthy or a nun. Lots of religious artifacts, pomp and ceremony stuff and yeah, pretty on the inside. Around £12 to go in (for 2)so not cheap but if you're in Budapest and stood outside, you might as well go in for a look.
    Written February 24, 2024
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  • Semaan D. Makary
    Ehden, Lebanon542 contributions
    Opened in 1849, Budapest’s magnificent suspension bridge connects the Buda (West) and Pest (Eastern) sides of the city, arching over the River Danube. Designed by an English engineer & built by a Scot, the bridge is a symbol of national pride & economic advancement.

    In World War II, the bridge was blown up on 18 January 1945 by the retreating Germans during the Siege of Budapest, with only the towers remaining. It was rebuilt & reopened in 1949.
    Written January 7, 2024
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  • Adam L
    Newcastle upon Tyne, UK73 contributions
    We visited on a foggy early evening and the views of the Pest side across the Danube were stunning. Inside is well presented, and segues from the older historic part to the more modern historical parts nicely. It’s worth mentioning that the staff here were super nice, which made a difference.
    Written February 12, 2024
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  • Katie C
    United Kingdom33 contributions
    We were originally going to book a ballet, but it was an extremely long performance and not one I knew so we instead opted for the tour. I do not think it was cheap, £20 each for quite a short tour is quite pricey, but we did have a great time and it was a lovely building to tour. Out tour guide was very knowledgeable and friendly and we even got to sit in the boxes for a wonderful view of the incredible auditorium. They had just finished a rehearsal so there was a lot of hustle and bustle but it was great to experience and it is definitely worth a visit.
    Written February 20, 2024
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  • Willymallaig
    Mallaig, UK7 contributions
    Very cool spacious park with excellent transport links. The dude with the eagle is pretty cool as well. Would imagine in the summer it would be pretty busy so would advise getting there early
    Written February 2, 2024
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  • Guy L
    5 contributions
    Chilled out and relaxed with not many people this time of year. We hired an electric golf cart because my 13 year daughter had "tired legs" which apparently is a serious condition that teenagers are prone to. So to prevent an emergency trip to the hospital the golf cart was hired - 9,400 forints for an hour (christ knows how much that is), cash only. We then drove it slowly around the island which is pretty good - ruins, a cool Japanese garden (with cats - unsure why), water fountain, water tower etc - lots closed but mainly due to the time of year. Also I found out that was "embarrassing" because I went the wrong way at one of the barriers and people saw us - so the trip also included a brief period of self discovery. All in all was nice and you could spend at least half a day here but probably better to visit in summer months
    Written February 24, 2024
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  • Neil K
    Liverpool, UK619,734 contributions
    One of the must go destinations in Budapest is Varhegy .
    Varhegy ( Castle Hill ) is a hill in Budapests most popular district namely the 1st District and encompasses Buda Hills and the wonderful Castle Quarter ,it's a wonderful area to walk around ,the views down from the hills are amazing ,it's a really good starting point to explore this fascinating and vibrant city.
    Written November 20, 2023
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  • junior_patel
    London, UK88 contributions
    Easy enough walk up the hill, lovely view at the top. We went before dawn and waited for the lights to come on in the city.

    Worth the trip
    Written February 25, 2024
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  • Andrej K
    1 contribution
    I had a fantastic experience at the 3D Gallery in Budapest with mywife and kids! The staff was incredibly kind and even offered to take photos of us free of charge. The 3D art was mind-blowing, and it made for a fun and interactive visit. We highly recommend this place for a memorable family outing!
    Written November 1, 2023
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  • Kamil H
    4 contributions
    Beautiful castle in a park, many mesmerising sites around, 5-10 minutes walk from the Heroes' Square and metro station
    Written February 8, 2024
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