When In Budapest, Have a Look at This Top 20 List!

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If you didn’t know it, Hungary is actually one of the most visited countries in the entire world. They’re around fifteen on the list, in fact. One of the main reasons it’s such a favorite place to travel is that the money you spend there goes a long way – not to mention all the fun things they have to do.

Here’s a roundup of 22 different places to see and things to do while visiting Budapest Hungary. I’m not going to tell you how long it took me to see all these different places, but it’s a lot shorter amount of time than you might think.

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  1. TRAP Team Race Against Puzzles

  2. Holocaust Memorial Center

  3. Fisherman’s Bastion (Halaszbastya)

  4. Shoes on the Danube Promenade

  5. Magyar Allami Operahaz (Opera House)

  6. St. Stephen’s Basilica (Szent Istvan Bazilika)

  7. Alexandra Bookstore

  8. Buda Castle

  9. Great Circus (Nagy Cirkusz)

  10. Kerepesi Cemetery

  11. Budapest Zoo & Botanical Garden

  12. Zelnik Istvan Southeast Asian Gold Museum

  13. Matthias Church (Matyas Templom)

  14. Liberty Bridge (Szabadsag hid)

  15. Szepmuveszeti Muzeum

  16. Danube Palace

  17. Hungarian National Gallery

  18. Szabo Marzipan Museum

  19. Mikro Csodak Museum

  20. Hungarian Railway Museum

You may be wondering how I fit in all these locations – even if they’re all in Budapest.

How to Fit it All In

With so many places to see, it can be difficult to fit everything, but here are some tips I’ve learned over the years that should help you considerably.

  •  Plan Ahead – The first thing you need to do is to plan ahead. This means doing some research about various places you might want to visit. After you have a list, go through them and see if you can cluster any of them together. This makes it easier to see more in the same amount of time.
  • Use GPS – Another good idea is to make sure you use GPS rather than a paper map. This will allow you to really choose the best routes from location to location so that you can fit more in on your trip. Just make sure you keep a close eye on your GPS system when you’re traveling around.

  • Hang With Locals – Going with a local tour guide that has many years of experience will help make sure you’re able to get around the city and visit everything you want. The good news is that there are many great locals who are more than willing to help you get around without hassles or headaches. You’ll want to make sure you have a common language with them, of course.

This guest post was written by Rose Josephson.

Francis Tapon
Francis Tapon is half Chilean and half French and he was born and raised in San Francisco, California. He's been to over 80 countries, but he keeps coming back to this magical city because he loves earthquakes.

He spoke Spanish at home, French at school, and English everywhere else. He can get by in Portuguese and Italian, barely survive in Russian and Slovenian, and speak a few other languages.

Francis has an MBA from Harvard Business School and co-founded a successful Silicon Valley company that did robotic vision. He left his technology life to walk across America four times. He has thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail and the Pacific Crest Trail, and in 2007, became the first to do a round-trip on the Continental Divide Trail. In 2009, he was one of the finalists for the California Outdoors Hall of Fame, which "features nominees who are world-renowned for their skills and who have helped inspire thousands of others to take part in the great outdoors."

Francis has written a couple of travel books including The Hidden Europe: What Eastern Europeans Can Teach Us and Hike Your Own Hike: 7 Life Lessons from Backpacking Across America. He also produced a 77-minute video about his CDT Yo-Yo.

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