The sky above Budapest A glass of cool drink in your hand, far from the hustle of the city, listening to chill-out music on a benign early evening, leaning back in a comfortable chair, and bathing your face in the rays of the descending sun. Is it not a perfect way to end an early summer or a warm, sunny day? Budapest has several locations where you can experience these moments in the middle of the bustling city centre, while admiring the wonderful panorama of the Hungarian capital and enjoying the intimate atmosphere of its roof tops as well. We will show you which roof top bars are worth visiting this summer.
The beauty of Budapest is not just well-known among locals: the Hungarian capital has become a favourite of many world famous stars as well. The celebrities who have grown fond of the city ensure that others get to know its unmatched built and natural heritage too, and as a result, millions of people around the world have chance to enjoy the panorama from Buda Castle.
Many people don’t want to give up everyday exercise, even when on vacation. Let’s face it, wherever you go in the world, it’s no big deal to pack your running shoes. Budapest offers ideal terrain for running, even when staying in the city center.
Apart from being one of the favourite tourism destinations in Central Europe thanks to its rich history, architectural heritage and cultural offerings, Budapest also offers tourists the opportunity to discover its city center solely on foot thanks to its ideal location and ingenious urban design. And of course pedestrian streets, parks and fabulous bridges also await adventurous tourists.
The bustling downtown area, the atmospheric Várnegyed and the sunlit Danube bank all offer numerous experiences to visitors in Budapest. But if you’re tired of sightseeing or souvenir-shopping, it’s worthwhile to rest for a short while in one of the capital’s quiet parks and enjoy some joyful moments of contemplation.
The Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) announced that this year’s Super Cup final will take place in Budapest’s Puskás Arena. The match between the winners of Champions League and Europa League will take place on 24 September.
The majority of the capital’s open-air baths welcome visitors The Palatinus, Paskál, Pesterzsébet, Csillaghegy, Római, Pünkösdfürdő and Lukács Thermal Baths opened their gates.
From May 18 on, the government is lifting the curfew restrictions imposed due to the novel coronavirus epidemic in Budapest.
Gergely Karácsony, lord mayor of Budapest asks residents and visitors staying in Budapest to take a short stop and think of the 100th anniversary of the Trianon peace treaty. Regarding the initiative the whole capital stops for one short minute from 4.30 p.m. / 16:30 on 4th June to hear the proximity of each other in the silence, being either side of the borders, both in Budapest and the country.
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