Budapest is the capital city of Hungary, and with a population of around 1,7 million residents it is the most populous city of the country. The city was the focal point during the Hungarian Revolution in 1848, the Hungarian Revolution in 1956 and the Battle of Budapest in 1945. Budapest is most well-known for its classical music, ruin bars, art nouveau, Jewish and communist heritage, folk culture and its many parks and gardens.

When visiting this city, tourists, internationals and business people alike tend to explore the many interesting districts, such as the Jewish District. This area is notorious for its party scene, but it is also home to one of the best music scenes in Europe. The iconic ruin bars are a staple and at the forefront for the buzzing music scenes, hosting open mic events regularly. Other interesting views are the many architectural historical buildings, walk through centuries of architectural history by visiting Andrássy Avenue, Leonardo da Vinci köz and District VIII.

For the communist heritage, visiting the House of Terror will be interesting; this museum displays exhibitions of Fascist and Communist regimes. And to experience some of the city’s musical excellence, a tour through the Liszt Academy or a visit to the Hungarian State Opera House will be a riveting experience.

Budapest is a city of musical excellence, historical beauty and folk culture. The city allows for beautiful pictures, great tours and plenty of recreational activities. A trip to Budapest would definitely be a unique experience for you and your colleagues. Are you interested in an incentive trip, after reading about this destination? Go through the must-sees that are mentioned below, and request a quotation!


  • Hungarian Parliament Building (Gothic Revival style)
  • House of Terror (exhibitions about Fascist and Communist regimes)
  • Gellért Baths (spa, with an open-air pool)
  • Stephen’s Basilica
  • Hungarian State Opera House (Neo-Renaissance building)
  • Invisible Exhibition (experience what life is like for blind people)
  • Fisherman’s Bastion (neo-Gothic style building)
  • Faust Wine Cellar (located underneath Buda Castle)
  • Dohány Street Synagogue (one of the largest in the world)
  • Memento Park (sculpture park)
  • Ecseri Flea Market
  • Central Market Hall
  • Ruin Pubs (in deserted buildings, with worn out furniture)
  • Buda Castle Hill Funicular (second oldest in the world)
  • The Buda Hills (with hiking trails and mountain bike paths)
  • Andrássy Avenue (UNESCO World Heritage Site, a boulevard with various buildings with different architectural styles, such as the neo-renaissance townhouses/mansions and the Hungarian National Opera House
  • Citadella (fortification)
  • Széchenyi Baths complex (largest medicinal bath center in Europe)
  • Aquincum Museum and Ruin Garden (history museum, surrounded by ruins of ancient buildings)
  • Hungarian National Museum (history, art, archaeology and religion exhibitions)
  • Tour in the Liszt Academy (musical hall and Art Nouveau building)
  • Matthias Church (originally built in Romanesque style)
  • Gresham Palace (Art Nouveau architecture)

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