Budapest, Hungary’s capital, is the country’s political, cultural, commercial and transport hub.Read More
Visiting Budapest offers the chance to be immersed in a culture of old and new. It is a city where historical landmarks meet with eclectic and art nouveau influences.
TFE Hotels (Toga Far East Hotels) offer stylish and affordable hotel accommodation, in central locations throughout Budapest. Adina Apartment Hotel Budapest is situated in the heart of Budapest close to the business district.
Known as the city of baths, Budapest is a city full of thermal springs. The many baths, ranging from simple pools to giant structures complete with Roman columns, contain thermal waters that are said to have healing qualities.
The many museums of the city are full of relics of ancient and modern history, while Memorial Park is home to historic gems such as the Lenin statue.
For shoppers and foodies, there are hidden treasures around every corner, from the best kept secrets of the Jewish quarter, to pop up restaurants serving goulash and pastry kitchens full of pancakes, strudels and sweets of Hungary.
TFE Hotels offer stylish and affordable hotel accommodation, in a central location in Budapest.Read Less
Adina Apartment Hotel Budapest is situated in the heart of Budapest, in close proximity to the thriving business districts. Only a short stroll from the Danube River and West End Shopping Mall.
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Whether you’re walking alongside it, or sailing down it, the stretch of water connecting Buda and Pest is unmistakably beautiful.
Take a dip in a traditional Turkish bath that dates back to the 16th and 17th centuries and makes excellent use of underground thermal springs.
The Heroes’ Square, at the end of Budapest’s iconic boulevard Andrássy Avenue is one of the most visited sites in Budapest.
This pedestrian precinct in the city centre is a busy and fashionable shopping street - a great place for people watching.
Once the HQ of the ÁVH secret police, this building now serves as a reminder of the atrocities that were committed by fascist and Stalinist regimes.
A dark and atmospheric neoclassical cathedral built over 50 years and completed in 1905.
Walk through a Cold War-era bunker and explore a network of caves containing 70 wax figures and original WWII medical equipment.
A purpose-built neoclassical building, housing Hungary’s most important collection of historical relics
Extending across the Danube, between Clarke Ádám Square and Széchenyi István Square, it is one of only two permanent whole length river crossings.
Housed in the Palace of Arts, this is Hungary’s most important collection of international contemporary art
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