On these holidays move to central Europe and enjoy a great time in the gorgeous Hungarian city the whole world know as Budapest. The watery city is loaded with an immense number of attractions making this city a strong contender for being your choice for Cheap Weekend Breaks in Europe.
Budapest: City in a Glance
Budapest is a beautiful city settled on the banks of equally gorgeous Danube River. Budapest is known and crowned as the capital city Hungary, making it a vital city for all major activities in Hungary, activities like political, cultural, financial, commercial and many more, resulting in major development of city. So you can get assured of getting all essential amenities on your Weekend breaks in Budapest and enjoy this marvellous city at its best.
Stunning Budapest Landmarks
Zwack Unicum: Officially known as Zwack Unicum Heritage Visitors’ Centre, is a great place to visit and kill a few hours with classy activity of wine tasting. Located in Soroksari region of the city, Zwack is a place where you will get more knowledge about wines and taste as well and the most exciting thing is great discounts over purchases of wines.
Underground Railway Museum: A unique museum where you can enjoy fun ride and fun facts about the development of railway in Hungary and Europe, one of the very few underground railway museums you’ll find in the world is located in Deak Ferenc ter metro underpass and a proven way to enjoy a few hours.
Palace of Wonders: Another place where you can learn a few new things and tricks. Settled in millennium park in city, palace of wonders is a great place where you can easily kill a day while playing around and rejuvenate the inside you.
Victor Vasarely Museum: Literally a temple for art lovers and especially for the people appreciating modern paintings. Victor Vasarely Museum is settled in Szentlelek and exhibits works of great artist named Victor Vasarely, a large museum with a large number of world class paintings.
The Invisible Exhibition: An innovative place where you can know how a blind person lives his/her life. A great humanitarian idea and raising money for disabled people; The Invisible Exhibition shows you another perspective of life and gets you closer to humanity.