Sep 05


Overview: Budapest is Hungary’s haven capital. Popular for thermal bath and spa’s party. It’s a paradise for party and drinks lovers as it the best city in Europe for nightlife. There are stunning architectural and historical heritage in the area too. Indulge its the finest cuisine . Forint is the official currency here.

Period of VisitWe have stayed only 3 nights.

Things to do and see:

Liberty Hills

Budapest Castle

Fisherman’s Bastion

Shoes in Danube

Parliament Residence

Heroes Square


We had booked our stay in Vaci Deluxe Apartment for 3 nights. Along in the very busy street called “Vaci”. Next to the Danube River. And only walking distance to some establishments and landmarks. The apartment was stylish, clean, excellent location and complete amenities.


Day 1 – Train from Munich to Budapest (7 hours), Metro to Vaci St.(20 mins), Accommodation Check in at Vaci Deluxe. Grocery for drinks and essential needs, Thai food for Dinner, relax and drinks in the sofa.

Day 2 – Breakfast at Feketo Kaveso, Liberty Bridge, Liberty Hills, Budapest Castle,  Hungary Hell’s Kitchen, Pearl & Cream.

Day 3 – Kuglof Restaurant, Boat Tour, Fishermans Bastion, Margaret Island, Parliament Residence, Hosok Tere or Heroes Square, Lucky7 Burgers for Dinner, Danube Pub.

Day 4 – Metro to Kelete Central Station, Train ride Budapest to Vienna(3 hours)


Budapest has well-develop transportation system along with tram, buses and underground railways line. Maps, schedule, tickets machine in every station and info’s are provided.


  • Bus Ticket to Budapest=30€ per person
  • All Day Transport Ticket=1,680 Forint per person
  • Accommodation per Night=26,700 Forint or 89€
  • Hungarian Food Dinner=Goulash 12,000 Forint
  • Cocktails and Drinks=ranging 4,000 to 7,500 Forint
  • Shopping for Souvenirs=6€

Tips and Reviews

There are ways to wander the city by renting Segway and a boat tour.  If you take the Metro Train going to the hotels or accommodations. I would suggest not bringing heavy luggage’s. It would be better having a backpack or smaller suitcase as it easy to bring. Mostly there are no elevators in the train stations. Means to say you have to carry your luggage’s in the stairs.



  1. I’ve heard so much about Budapest lately and it is definitely climbing up a couple of spots in my bucket list. The thermal baths are definitely one of the things most people are talking about, but this capital seems to have so much culture and heritage just brimming all over the city, and I’d love to be able to take that in as well.

  2. Budapest is a must visit place. You have given good info about budget to explore this place. I would love to have those thermal baths.

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