字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Budapest is known for thermal baths, but it's bathing with other strangers is not your thing. There are plenty of other things to do in Budapest. Here are my top 12 recommendations on things you should do in Budapest, Hungary. Number one. Start with breakfast at Cafe Your Boat. If you're looking for a cafe that serves excellent breakfast or desserts, you must go to your abode. This cafe was started in 18 58 and has been internationally acclaimed over the years. They serve light meals and tons of delicious desserts. I mean number to admire ST Stephen's Basilica. ST. Stephen's Basilica is a Roman Catholic basilica and is named in honor of Stephen, the first king of hungry. It's a relatively young church compared to other European churches completed in 1901 For an extra 500 foreign, which is less than $2 you can climb up the stairs to the roof top to get a great view of Budapest. Number three. Marvel at simpler Kurtz See, Booker is a room bar, and it's one of my favorite places that I went to in Budapest. Ruin bars are very popular in Budapest, and they started after the Soviet regime after the communist era ended with governments will old buildings for a cheap price, since they didn't really take good care of them. A couple of local spot one of the buildings and start a little bar. Since they didn't have much money to invest in the bar, they asked friends to bring whatever they didn't want an ass. Local artists to paint their walls. From there, the ruin bars were born, and now it's all the rage. There are tons of ruin bars in Budapest now, but see Booker is the popular one, and once you visit, you'll understand why this place is huge and it's full of eye candy and photo ops. Number four. Eat lots of Hungarian dishes at Caravan Street. Food right next to single Hurt is an awesome outdoor area with loads of food trucks, and you can try all the Hungarian street food in one place for cheap. I try the languish and Julius here. They also have beer, fresh juices, smoothies and desserts. You can really find everything here. Number five. Walk the same Taney Cambridge. You can't leave Budapest without seeing the chain bridge. It's the famous suspension bridge that spans the river to new between Buda and Pest. It was the first permanent bridge across the Dinuba hungry, and it finished construction in 18 49. It's also featured in a lot of movies and music videos. Irish about this bridge was very long, but once you walked across that, I realized it was pretty sure it only took in about 5 10 minutes to get from one side to the other. Number six Stop by Aggression Palace Grecian Palace is actually a hotel owned by the Four Seasons, and their tour guide recommended this place, she said. It's worth checking out because it's beautiful inside and it was gorgeous indeed. You'll get great photo ops here in the lobby and lounge area Number seven. See the Little Princess statue. This statue is significant in Budapest because it was the first statue built after the Soviet regime. It was created by Laszlo Marton, and it represents his daughter who like to dress up as a princess. It's located in a nice area by the Dinu River, and there are some nice views behind her. Remember eight. Ride the Buda Hill funicular to get to the Buda Castle. You can either walk a pill or take a quick ride. On the particular I did it both ways, But taking the funicular was definitely more fun For a one way ticket. It costs about $4 for a round trip ticket. It costs about $6 so you can take the funicular up and then enjoy a nice, leisurely walk back down. If you like to number nine, explore the Buda Castle. The Buda Castle is a magnificent castle and palace that was originally built in 12 65. It used to be the home for the Hungarian Keys. Now it houses the Hungarian National Gallery on the Budapest History Museum. Around the castle is so much more to explore, like the presidential palace, make Theist Church fisherman's bastion, impulsive Houdini and tons of restaurants, cafes and shops. You'll also get fantastic views overlooking the Dinu River and the pest side of Budapest. Number 10 eat like a king and queen at alabaster restaurant. You have to eat here while you're in Budapest. I felt like a princess walking into a house with high ceilings and stone wall. Surrounding me, service was impeccable, and I was one of the best fine dining experiences I've had, You know, it's a fine dining restaurant. The prices are very reasonable for everything you get in this magical experience. Number 11 Visit Memento Park. After the Soviet regime ended, all the Communist statues were taken down and paste in an area where they now call the mental park. Statues include Lenin, Marx and Engels and more. You get a glimpse of what communism and propaganda looked like back then. You'll want to buy a guide book or have a guy with you while looking at the statue is because the clocks don't really tell you much. I'm glad I got the guy, but because I told me so much more about each statue, what they meant and before you leave the park, take some photos and the Trabant Communist car. I don't know why, but I really love this car, apparently is one of the worst cars ever made. The park is a bit out of the way from the city centre, but it's very easy to get to be a bus, and it's worth the trip. Number 12. Enjoy a free walking tour. I didn't know much about hungry before I visited so it's great to learn much more about its history, society and architecture. The tour lasts about 2.5 hours, and you'll walk around about two miles, starting from the pest side and ending on. The Buddhists hide on top of Buda Hill, and those are my top 12 recommended size to check out in voter hope. You enjoy this beautiful city as much as I did.