Christmas in Budapest our Deluxe Package

Advent Feast at St Stephen’s Basilica - Christmas Market

Special opening hours on the following dates:

Christmas Period:

December 24th : 11:00a.m. to 03:00p.m.

December 25th : 11:00a.m. to 08:00p.m.
December 26th : 11:00a.m. to 08:00p.m.

The address is 1051 Budapest, Szent István tér.

The nearest underground station is Arany Jànos station, in line M3.

Budapest Christmas Fair in Vörösmarty Square Christmas Market

Opening Hours are Monday to Thursday 10:00a.m  to 09:00p.m and Friday to Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 10:00p.m.

The address is Budapest, Vörösmarty tér, 1051.

The nearest underground station is Vörösmarty tér station, in line M1.

Advent Óbudán Christmas Market

Opening Hours : Monday  to Thursday 02:00p.m to 08:00p.m. and Friday to Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 09:00 p.m.

The address is Budapest, Fő tér, 1033.

Thermal Baths Experience

While you are in Budapest for Christmas don’t miss the Thermal Baths experience. You will relax and enjoy your trip in Budapest even more! The thermal baths are open throughout the year even in winter, including most public and national holidays.

The open hours are daily from 06:00a.m. to 10:00p.m.

There are several Public Thermal Baths so you can choose the best fit for you.

Buda Castle (Budai Vár)

This is one of Budapest’s most photographed landmarks. Placed on a hilltop you can admire the view of Danube river . This extraordinary palace dates back to the 13th century it has been destroyed and rebuilt multiple times throughout history, most recently in a neo-baroque style.

Opening Hours : Monday closed ,Tuesday to Sunday 10:00a.m. to 06:00p.m.

The address is Budapest, Szent György tér 2, 1014 Hungary.

The nearest underground stations are the Korlát Utca, Mikó Utca, Szentháromság Tér and Déli Pályaudvar station.

House of Parliament (Országház)

The Hungarian House of Parliament (Országház) is one of the world’s most photogenic government buildings. It is on the list of the UNESCO World Heritage and it is located at the  banks of the Danube River.

Opening Hours : Monday to Sunday 08:00a.m. to 04:00p.m.

The address is Budapest, Kossuth Lajos tér 1, 1055.

The nearest underground station is Kossuth Lajos Tér station.

Shoes on the Danube Bank

It is set at the east bank of Danube to honour the Jews who were massacred by the Fascists.

The address is Budapest, Id. Antall József rkp., 1054 Hungary.

The nearest underground station is the Kossuth Lajos tér station in line M2.

Széchenyi Chain Bridge

The Széchenyi Chain Bridge is a chain bridge that spans the river Danube between Buda and Pest the western and eastern sides of Budapest.

The address is Budapest, Széchenyi Lánchíd, 1051 Hungary.

The nearest underground station is the Vörösmarty tér.

Fisherman's Bastion

This is one of the best known monuments located near the Buda Castle. It is one of the most important tourist attractions due to the unique panorama of Budapest from the Neo-Romanesque lookout terraces.

The present day lovely lookout towers / decorative fortification of Fisherman’s Bastion were built in the 19th century to serve as a lookout tower for the best panoramic views in Budapest, Hungary. Needless to say, there used to be real castle walls where now you can take fantastic photos from, but the present day structure has never served as an actual fortification in Buda.

Opening Hours are from Monday to Sunday 09:00a.m. to 11:00p.m.

The address is Budapest, Szentháromság tér, 1014.

The nearest underground station is Halászbástya station.

St. Stephen's Basilica

This is a Roman Catholica Basilica. It was built between 1851 and 1905, this large parish church accommodates 8,500 people and features a magnificent 300-foot, neo-Renaissance dome. Today, it is the third largest church building in present-day Hungary.

Opening Hours are Monday 09:00a.m. to 04:30p.m. , Tuesday to Saturday 09:00a.m. to 05:45p.m. , Sunday 01:00p.m. to 05:45p.m.

The address is Budapest, Szent István tér 1, 1051.

The nearest underground station is Keleti station.

Heroes' Square

This is one of the major squares in​ Budapest. Heroes’ Square is the largest and most symbolic square in Budapest. It is dominated by the Millenary Monument (Ezeréves emlékmű), a 36m-high pillar topped by a golden Archangel Gabriel, holding the Hungarian crown and a cross.

At the column’s base are Prince Árpád and six other Magyar chieftains who occupied the Carpathian Basin in the late 9th century. The 14 statues in the colonnades behind are of rulers and statesmen – from King Stephen (far left) to Lajos Kossuth (far right).

The address is Budapest, Hősök tere, 1146 Hungary.

The nearest underground station is Hősök tere station.

Margaret Island

The history of Margaret Island is really interesting and unique. It used to be called Rabbit Island in the middle ages, and it was a royal hunting reserve.

Following the Mongol invasion, the Hungarian King Béla founded a nunnery on the island and vowed to send his daughter Margaret to it if he was able to retake the country from the Mongol invaders. Nowadays, the island is a public park, connected to the city by Margit hid (Margaret Bridge).

It’s a popular place for Budapest locals to spend an afternoon, relaxing, doing sports or simply walking around.

Margaret Island is in the Danube River, between Buda and Pest.

Opening Hours are from Monday  to  Sunday 11:00a.m. to 10:45p.m.

The nearest underground station is Szabadtéri Színpad station.

Danube Bend Privately with Full Board

Enjoy a memorable day in the Danube Bend and experience the best panoramic view of Hungary, beautiful landscape and fascinating history! First stop at Esztergom, where you will visit the largest basilica and enjoy an amazing panorama and a view to Slovakia.

Then you will visit Visegrad the former royal town where you can see the best panoramic view of the country, the medieval Citadel that offers exhibitions, you can have lunch here. Last stop is stop is Szentendre, this is  the town of artists, that looks like an Italian village. It was built on Romanic ruins, during your walk around the charming historical center you can admire winding cobblestone streets, beautiful churches, 18th century baroque architecture and cosy little cafes.

Budapest Danube River Sightseeing Night Cruise

Admire the cities landmarks as you cruise by the UNESCO listed riverbanks. You will see the Hungarian Parliament and Buda Castle with lights and pass under the chain bridge and other bridges which will also be full of lights.

Private Cave Walking Tour

A lot of caves are waiting for you under Budapest. This guided private cave tour offers you an easy way to explore them. Two of the well-lit caves with paved surfaces and artificial lights are  Szemlo-Hegyi and Palvolgyi.

The Szemlo-Hegyi Cave is at Budapest, Pusztaszeri út 35, 1025 Hungary, and the Palvolgyi Cave is at Budapest, Szépvölgyi út 162, 1025 Hungary.

Budapest Private Luxury Sightseeing Tour

At this private tour you will have the opportunity to explore the Buda Castle complex, the Heroes square and the Central Market Hall. Moreover you will see the Chain Bridge, St Stephens Basilica and the State Opera House. All the transportations are will private luxury car.