How to see all the interesting places in Budapest and enjoy the city, life hacking and useful tips for those who are going to go to Budapest for one day, three days or a week.
Budapest (Budapest) - the capital and at the same time the largest city in Hungary. Of the nearly 10-million population of this small state, almost 1.8 million people live in the capital. In terms of population, Budapest is in the European Union in 8th place. The modern metropolis - the leading political, economic and cultural center of the country - is located on the shores of the gray-haired Danube and covers an area of 525.14 thousand km².
In Budapest, an extensive transport network. There are 15 trolleybus lines, three dozen tram lines, 180 bus lines, four metro lines and a railway. Public transport usually runs from half past four in the morning until 11 in the evening. With the schedule of movement of all types of transport in the capital of Hungary can be found at bus stops. Tourists note its punctuality: neither buses, nor trolleybuses, nor trams usually are late. Moreover, local trams have the reputation of being the most crowded in the world. They walk at intervals of not more than 10 minutes.
National Theater. The main metropolitan drama theater, a modern building which was commissioned in 2002. The main hall is able to accommodate 619 pests. Address: Gizi Bayor Park, 1. Hungarian State Opera House. Located on Andrassy Boulevard, it is distinguished by beautiful architecture glorified on the whole continent. The horseshoe-shaped hall can accommodate 1261 spectators.
Hotels and Accommodation
Budapest is not among the most expensive capitals, and finding a suitable hotel at a price close to the main attractions is quite realistic. A day's stay in a double room with one star hotel will cost about $ 15. In three-star hotels, the cost of a night’s stay is $ 50. In more expensive and luxurious hotels and the cost of apartments, respectively - $ 150. The capital of Hungary is safe in terms of security, so you can stay in any area of the city. However, the settlement on the outskirts, although cheaper, but has significant drawbacks. Namely: the absence of more or less significant attractions and distance from the center.