Hidden Attractions

Explore Budapest’s hidden sights and off-the-beaten-path places that are rarely listed in guide books or online travel guides.

Find out out about our favourite non-touristy spots: cafes, unusual shops, small parks, less-known historic monuments and other local secrets.

If you’ve seen all the must-see sights Budapest has to offer visit the places listed below to get a fuller, memorable experience of our city.

Veli Bej Bath

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The Oldest and Most Beautiful Turkish Bath in Budapest The Veli Bej Turkish bath (formerly called Császár Bath) is located in Buda in district II., on Frankel Leó út. The recently refurbished spa complex operates within and managed by the …

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Map-Based Walks in Buda Castle

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Suggested Itineraries- Shorter  & Longer Versions Buda Castle sits on the Castle Hill on the Buda side of the Danube in district I. It is one of the oldest part of the city though the present look is quite recent …

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Sights in Buda

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Explore the City North of Castle Hill If you think you’ve seen everything in downtown Budapest let me show you a couple of sights in Buda including some hidden spots. Although I’m a local, I’ve discovered some attractions that were …

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Rácz Hotel & Thermal Spa

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Budapest’s Newest Thermal Bath House-Date of Opening is Still Unknown The renovated Ottoman-era Rácz Bath and the adjacent luxury thermal hotel and spa in Buda was expected to open in summer 2014. The refurbishment of the historic Rác Bath and …

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Óbuda (Old Buda)

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A Bit of Roman Budapest with Some Great Restaurants Óbuda, the III. district of Budapest, played an important role in Budapest’s history from the Roman Era till the modern days. This city part was united with Buda and Pest in …

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Kazincy Street Budapest

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A Cultural and Nightlife Centre in the Jewish Quarter Kazinczy Street in Budapest’s Jewish District (No. VII.) received a new look in spring 2012. The prominent street, dubbed as Street of Culture (a Kultúra utcája), in the city’s Jewish Quarter …

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