Skip to content

Best nightclubs in Budapest

Capitol Building
“As the Hungarian Parliament building cannot be visited without a guide (one of the official guides of the Parliament), it is highly recommended to plan ahead your tour date for your Parliamentary visit in Budapest. ”
  • 514 locals recommend
Pub
$$
“Ask pretty much anyone what they recommend you do in Budapest and they’ll likely suggest a night out at Szimpla Kert. The iconic party place is undoubtedly the city’s most famous nightspot, and has inspired wave after wave of “ruin pubs” that have popped up in the years since it opened. We sat down with one of the owners, Ábel Zsendovits, to talk about the role Szimpla has played in Budapest becoming one of Europe’s top tourist destinations, particularly among young people. While you might think he’s too busy running his Szimpla empire to have a lemonade with us, he was generous with his time. Location: H-1075 Budapest, Kazinczy u. 14 ”
  • 592 locals recommend
Island
“It is located in the middle of the Danube in central Budapest. The island is beautifully covered by landscape parks. It is a popular recreational area. Main sights: Japenese Garden, Music Well, Music Fountain, Water Tower. ”
  • 571 locals recommend
Spa
“A place u cannot miss on your visit to budapest. The Thermal bath experience is a very unique experience. You get more than 10 swimming pools of different temperatures and also saunas.”
  • 502 locals recommend
Farmers Market
“The Great Market Hall or Nagyvásárcsarnok is the largest and oldest indoor market in Budapest. Despite the dozens and dozens of tourists with their cameras out, this place is a favourite with locals and the best place to come to get fresh produce, Hungarian specialities, a quick meal or a sweet treat.”
  • 483 locals recommend
Synagogue
“Budapest's stunning Great Synagogue is the world's largest Jewish house of worship outside New York City. Built in 1859, the synagogue has both Romantic and Moorish architectural elements. Inside, the Hungarian Jewish Museum & Archives contains objects relating to both religious and everyday life.”
  • 415 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Shopping Mall with over 400 shops next to Nyugati (Western Railw. Station) in the center. ”
  • 300 locals recommend
Church
“Budapest largest Catholic Cathedral. St Stephen was our very first king of Hungary started to reign in the year 1000. Treat yourself to an organ or a string concert in St. Stephen's Basilica, one of the most beautiful neo-classical buildings in Budapest. One of the most beautiful Christmas markets in Central Europe used to be held in the small square in front of the church during the Christmas season.”
  • 380 locals recommend
History Museum
“This is a place which I dont like actually because it servs the propaganda needs of the goverment, but it seems tourists like it. ”
  • 260 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
$
“Gellért Thermal Bath is the art nouveau, historical thermal bath of Budapest since 1918.”
  • 332 locals recommend
Plaza
“●Heroes’ Square ○The city’s biggest square, and probably one of the most iconic landmarks of Budapest. ”
  • 290 locals recommend
Neighborhood
“Here you can find the Zoo, a small lake where in the summer you can rent a boat, in the winter you can ice-skating. You can walk in the magic castle of Vajdahunyad, or play in one of the playgrounds.”
  • 265 locals recommend
Museum
“The Hungarian National Museum collects, preserves and presents the historical relics of the Carpathian Basin and Hungary since 1802.”
  • 207 locals recommend
Zoo
“Budapest Zoo & Botanical Garden is the oldest zoo park in Hungary and one of the oldest in the world. ”
  • 180 locals recommend
Scenic Lookout
“Historical place up in the Buda Hill Castle with Brasseries and a great view.”
  • 206 locals recommend
Opera House
“THungarian State Opera – opened in 1884 – (Magyar Állami Operaház) is the masterpiece of Miklós Ybl, one of the greatest Hungarian architects of all time. The building is a splendid example of neo-Renaissance style, while its rich ornaments also show a few baroque elements. The auditorium can seat 1300 persons, and although the Hungarian State Opera is not the largest opera house, it has the 3rd best acoustics in Europe after the Scala in Milan and the Opera Garnier in Paris. Its best-known piece is The Nutcracker, which has enjoyed unfaltering popularity for years – despite being on show all December, it is almost impossible to get tickets for this Tchaikovsky ballet. There are two guided in the building every day, at 3pm and 4pm. ”
  • 306 locals recommend