As the sun packs his bags to retire for the day and the lamp-posts shed the light on the streets and everything else around, Budapest shines twice as much as it would during the day. During the day, if the sun seems to be warmer than usual, an umbrella and a cocktail in hand would be just what you need as you trot along the streets exploring the shops, cafés and the restaurants. The alluring nights on the other hand promisenoble romance coupled with the charm oozing out of the old-fashioned cafés and festive markets. When in Budapest, you cannot be lull and dull. Your laces ought to be tightened and jackets to be worn graciously and the rest of the ingredients to the adventure will be sponsored by the city itself.
Planked on both sides of the river Danube, Budapest is an explorer’s paradise; keep your senses geared up because at every turn you will find surprises. With just the right amount of human touch to its undisturbed, god –given features, this city offers a wide array of attractions. The Hungarian palace with all its royal splendour, House of Parliament which is the third largest in the world, St. Stephen’s Basilica and the National Opera house reflecting the common eclectic and neo-renaissance architecture, the famous Turkish baths are but a few of the recommended sites that will make ‘The Queen of the Danube’ an unforgettable experience. Apart from that you have pretty and lush parks, grand rivers, spectacular views from bridges and art nouveau architecture. As you reveal all the hidden secrets of Budapest, you will slowly feel yourself coming alive.