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The historical center to a city with a multifarious and intricate past, Buda has some of the most outstanding buildings in Europe and an enviable natural landscape with stunning views onto the Danube. Centered around the Royal Palace, it provides a glimpse into the golden years of the Austro-Hungarian empire and the lives led by the aristocracy at the time. Matthias Church, beside the palace, hosted many events attended by the royal family and was the chosen place for the coronation of Franz Josef, one of the Hungarian Habsburg kings. Having admired the palace and the church, a visit to Buda will be unforgettable by the stunning and memorable panorama over Pest offered by the seven towered Fishermen’s Bastion.
We walked over to castle hills from the national museum. This area is definitely a tourist destination with the church and bastion next to each other.
Very enjoyable place to walk around and take pictures. Probably only need about 30 minutes time to spend there.
This is a premier spot in all of Europe. Outstanding views, never ending interesting buildings, and new gardens finished, ongoing renovations promise even more to see and appreciate in the future. Lots of walking and worth every step.
I was strolling in the area and found this gallery (it's really close Matthias church, just walked to the other direction for 2 min)
Free entrance and the garden is the highlight of course. You can take really cool pictures there and the art works are so interesting and unique.
The second floor is similar to the artist's home, and...
Worth spending the hour here to see the various incarnations of this hospital / bunker throughout the years. Tour leaders are informative and it's interesting to note that this was an enemy state in the war / cold war years.
€€€€ • European, Russian, Eastern European, Central European, International
"Fine Dining Perfection"
reviewed 3 days ago by LMCP40
I am a fine dining chef and owner from the United States and was fortunate to dine here while in Budapest. The service was spot on and gracious, the cuisine was beautiful, delicate, balanced, refined, and absolutely delicious. Layers of flavor that require much skill and time, and a feature of beautiful local ingredients paired with a great selection of...
€€ - €€€ • Steakhouse, European, Central European, Hungarian, International
"A brilliant find!"
reviewed 3 days ago by annelZ6753HC
A fantastic restaurant. Great selection of food on the menu at a good price. All food we ordered was delicious and presentation was good. Our waiter Leslie was attentive, helpful, friendly and made the night. Definitely worth a visit.
€ • Fast food, Eastern European, Central European, Hungarian
"Great even in Summer!!"
reviewed 19 May 2018 by nninkl
I visited Budapest last summer, it's a bit late to review I know XD That day was particularly windy and chill with 13c, strange for summer, but great for me. Anyway, after tried one chimney cake with ice cream selling at Citadell, I was kinda disappoint cuz the cake wasn't hot and together with ice cream it was very sweet...
€€€€ • European, Central European, Hungarian, Fusion
"Csalogány utca 26, Budapest"
reviewed 1 week ago by RobiB70
Nice cosy place for fine dining funs. Excellent food, friendly staff and quality service. You can choose from two menu lists and you can have only dinner or dinner with vine selection. If you choose the second one after every course you will get the most suitable vine to the course. I would recommend to everyone for who food is...
We stayed here for the first few nights of our honeymoon and were not disappointed! There is no foyer or waiting area in the hotel, just a simple window where you can check in. We were greeted warmly and I was assisted with my luggage up the gorgeous staircase. We stayed in a lovely suite on the 2nd floor which...
"Fabulous little boutique hotel with the most helpful and happy staff"
reviewed 4 weeks ago by Jools4971
We stayed here as a family for a short break in early May. We had never been to Budapest before but with two adventurous 15 year old sons decided that a cultural break would make a change from the usual sun and sitting round a pool experience. We were not disappointed. The hotel is set within the old Castle district....
Good location with good night view
Tram lines in front of the hotel: we have just took a tram from a bus station, Kelenföld railway station. Metro station is also nearby.
MInus: Small breakfast choice, one hour tea time service (4-5pm)
We stayed at the Baltazar Hotel for 4 nights and were totally thrilled with the service, our amazing room and bathroom. We had great breakfasts on the terrace in the morning, and delicious dinners at night. We highly recommend this hotel, as well as all the great restaurants surtounding the hotel, owned by the sane group.
I am not used to write reviews as experience at Hiltons is always exceptional, however my recent stay at Hilton Budapest was more than exceptional. I can write poems about location of the hotel, fantastic views on Pest and Hungarian Parliament, or about luxurious and premium amenities, design and entire furniture, history and luxury built in hotel s walls. But...