|Most expensive month:||April|
|Average price in Budapest:||₹ 8,805/night|
|Cheapest price found:||₹ 756/night|
|Most expensive day:||Saturday|
Maverick Hostel & Ensuites
Tere Ferenciek 2, Budapest, Hungary
Maverick City Lodge - Hostel
Kazinczy Utca 24-26., Budapest, Hungary
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Budapest’s two distinct sides, Buda and Pest, are divided by the scenic River Danube, which flows alongside the city’s living tapestry of contrasting architecture and Turkish bathhouses. In Budapest, you’ll uncover a thriving folk culture, worldwide cuisines and a network of open parklands with forests and waterways.
Castle Hill is arguably Budapest’s most popular district, mainly because it’s home to the World Heritage-listed Buda Castle. Wander through this 13th and 18th-century fortification to uncover secret tunnels, medieval history and panoramic city and river vistas. Wandering back through the Habsburg palaces and World War II sites, you’ll eventually reach the Rudas Baths, where you can rejuvenate body and mind in thermal pools.
On the Pest side, get your fill of traditional cuisine at the indoor Hold Utca Food Market, where vendors sell pálinka (fruit brandy), delicious jams and other fresh local produce. If you’re in the mood to splurge, the Michelin-starred eatery, Onyx, offers a sumptuous Hungary tasting menu. Later on, grab a drink at Szimpla Kert, which is housed in a ruined apartment and has live music and movie nights.
You can easily spend a day at City Park, located just outside of the city centre. This space includes one of the world’s oldest zoos, Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden, as well as Europe’s largest medicinal bath, Széchenyi Medicinal Bath. Vajdahunyad Castle, set on a tranquil lake, and the contemporary art museum Hall of Art are also nearby.
Take a cruise down the Danube or spend some time exploring the unique islands on the river, such as Margaret Island, known for its dance clubs and parklands. Partake in wakeboarding and jet skiing around Hajógyári-sziget, which also hosts the yearly Sziget Festival.
Budapest’s central attractions are easily reached on foot, while the city’s many bridges make crossing the Danube a romantic experience. Bicycles and scooters are common in Budapest, but there are also buses, trams and a metro railway for travelling longer distances.
You can find several places worth visiting in Budapest. District XX - Pesterzsébet, District XVIII - Pestszentlőrinc-Pestszentimre, and District XVI are some of the most popular amongst our users.
Budapest is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Expo Congress Hotel, which has a current rating of 8.2. For other potential stays, consider Sofitel Budapest Chain Bridge and Anantara New York Palace Budapest, which can also be great places to stay in Budapest.
Sofitel Budapest Chain Bridge is a hotel near Budapest City Centre that is popular with HotelsCombined users, scoring 9.2 across 29 reviews.
Anantara New York Palace Budapest is rated 9.1 from 2,644 reviews and is close to Keleti railway station.
If you’re visiting Halászbástya then the nearby Sofitel Budapest Chain Bridge is a popular hotel with HotelsCombined users (29 reviews scoring it at an average 9.2/10).
The average price of a hotel in Budapest has been around ₹ 13,320 per night over the last 3 days. For a 5-star hotel in Budapest, the average price is around ₹ 25,556/night, depending on your dates. The average price of a 4-star hotel is ₹ 11,771/night.
HotelsCombined searches in the last 3 days suggest cheap Budapest hotels have prices starting from as low as ₹ 620/night, depending on the popularity of your requested dates. Prices for this weekend in Budapest start from ₹ 2,556 per night when checking in on 3 Jun and out on 5 Jun.
Users have found prices for hotels in Budapest tonight starting as low as ₹ 6,737, rising to an average cost of ₹ 24,704, based on searches in the last 72 hours. Prices start from ₹ 6,737 for a 4-star hotel in Budapest for tonight.