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Days in the spa and nights in ruin bars. Fly to Budapest for a city break that breaks all the rules.
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The most exciting city in Europe, Budapest has magical castles and unique bars. This mix of luxury and ruin is perfect for budget breaks, sweeping European multi-centre holidays and romantic trips.
Hungary’s capital has inexpensive nightlife, perfect for a budget city break but the staggering architecture of the parliament building hints at the luxuries that are on offer for those who want to be pampered. Check in to a historical hotel with a spa after a day sightseeing Hungary’s treasures. Children will get swept up in the magic of the castle district on a family holiday, and with Vienna and Prague close at hand, you can easily extend your trip. Book flights to Budapest and see where the city takes you.
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Budapest’s ‘Inner City’ is full of historic buildings, superb cafés and great shopping. Belvaros, or District V, lies along the east bank of the Danube in Pest and follows the old city walls. Shopping is great on Váci Utca, where you will find the famous Viennese-style cafés. The glorious St. Stephen’s Basilica – a wonder of neo-classical architecture – starts the walk up to Heroes Square through the Oktagon. At the weekend, it is worth visiting Erzsébet tér (Elizabeth’s Square) to people watch, or drink and chat with the locals who show up in force.
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