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Regardless of whether you are planning to visit Hungary in the near future or you are already there, it is important to know the best cities to visit. Budapest, Sopron, and Gyor are all fantastic cities to visit, especially if you are interested in the history of the country. Here are three reasons why you should check them out:


Often referred to as the 'Paris of the East', Budapest is a beautiful city in Hungary that offers a variety of attractions. It's full of heritage gems, a lively cultural scene, and a legendary nightlife. The city also has a number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It's also close to Vienna in Austria and Bucharest in Romania.


If you are looking for a fun and relaxing holiday, then you should consider spending a few days in Budapest. The city offers a wide range of activities and attractions, and it's also very easy to get to. Budapest is a great base for exploring the rest of Hungary, or even the Czech Republic.

One of the most popular Budapest attractions is the Parliament Building, which is situated on the banks of the Danube. The building was inaugurated in the year of the 1,000th anniversary of the founding of Hungary, and features 691 rooms and 19 kilometers of corridors. You can take a guided tour of the building, or take a walk along its corridors.

You should also make a visit to the Museum of Fine Arts. This museum features one of the largest collections of Old Master paintings in Europe. The museum is divided into six excellent departments. You can also see collections of stone carvings and replicas of Hungarian crown jewels. The museum is located in a classically influenced 19th century building.

Budapest is also home to a number of thermal baths. You can take a bath in one of the city's many historic thermal water baths, or even in the Gellert Spa. The Gellert Spa is one of Budapest's most famous thermal baths, with a wave pool and several other types of thermal baths.

Another popular Budapest attraction is the Szechenyi Medicinal Bath. This spa was founded in 1913 and features several indoor and outdoor thermal pools. You can also visit the City Park, which is home to a number of historic buildings, including the Palace of Art.

If you want to learn more about the history of Budapest, you should take a tour of the city's museum. The Museum of Fine Arts is one of the largest museums in Budapest and has a great collection of art. You can also visit the Ecclesiastical Art Museum, which features an impressive collection of stone carvings and sacred relics.

You can also visit the Budapest market. This is one of the city's most popular attractions and has a number of different departments. There are also many cafes, restaurants, and shops to choose from. You can also visit the House of Terror, which is one of the city's most historic sites.

If you're looking for a unique way to explore the city, you should take a boat cruise on the Danube. You'll be able to enjoy a spectacular view of the Liberty Bridge. This bridge is deep green in color and is the only bridge in the city that old trams can cross.


Located on the Austrian border, Sopron is a city with a rich history. It was once part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and it played a key role in breaking the Iron Curtain in the early twentieth century. Now, it is a city full of beautiful historic buildings and monuments. It is a city to stroll through and enjoy. During the Middle Ages, Sopron's downtown was surrounded by a high wall, and moats protected it.


The oldest buildings in Sopron date to the Middle Ages, but the most impressive buildings are from the Renaissance and baroque periods. There are numerous museums, art galleries, and a variety of historic buildings to explore. There are several excellent hotels, including the Tiszavirag, which is one of the city's best hotels. The Sopron Museum has a collection of Storno art, and the Storno House, a two-story late-historicizing building, is home to a local history exhibition.

One of the best things to see in Sopron is the fire tower. This 13th-century building is one of the city's most distinctive landmarks. It is built on the remains of the Roman wall, and its canopy is 58 meters high. It is topped by a multi-tiered onion dome.

One of the best things to do in Sopron is to visit the Castle District, which is home to many beautiful old buildings. This area of the city was surrounded by estates and gardens in the 18th century. The old Casino, which was a popular gambling spot, is now an elementary school. There are numerous buildings to see in the area, including the two-story Storno House, which was once owned by the Haberleiter family. The facade of the Storno House overlooks the Main Square, and it is home to the Sopron Museum's Storno collection.

The city also has a beautiful cathedral, which is located near the castle wall. The Cathedral is one of Hungary's oldest churches, and the city's steward, Suprun, gave the city its name. It is also located near a former Roman cemetery, which has been uncovered during construction. The city is home to the "Gate of Faith," a memorial to Sopron's decision to stay part of Hungary.

There are several museums in Sopron, including the Zettle-Langer Collection, which contains works by Rembrandt, Durer, and Durer. There is also a museum dedicated to Erhardt, which is located in a 16th-century building. The Lenk-villa-Ferenc Liszt Museum was built by the Lenk Merchant Family.

Sopron is a wonderful city to stroll through, and many of its buildings are Gothic, Renaissance, and baroque. There are many restaurants and coffee houses, as well as wine taverns. There is also an open-air exhibition that is open throughout the year.

The best time to visit Sopron is during the spring, summer, or autumn. The climate in this part of Hungary is favourable, and there are many springs and streams throughout the area. If you are looking for a peaceful vacation, visit the Fertorakos National Park, which is located 10 kilometers from Sopron. It is one of the three Dark Sky Preserve areas in Hungary. It is also home to one of the largest native grasslands steppes in Europe.


Located near Lake Balaton, Gyor is a city with a rich cultural and historical background. Its Old Town is the perfect place to see some of the most beautiful Baroque buildings in Hungary.

Gyor is also home to one of Hungary's most important churches, the Gyor Basilica. Other important buildings include the New City Hall and the Bus Station. The Tourist Information Office is located just across the street from the New City Hall. A small park is also located on the south side of the pedestrian area. The Central Market Hall is also a great spot to see.

The city has a lively nightlife, which is enhanced by the many restaurants and nightclubs. The Festetics Palace is a neo-baroque building that hosts concerts in the summer. The town is also surrounded by the glistening waters of Lake Balaton. The lake's shores are also home to several beaches. The city is also home to several museums, including the Iseum Museum, which features many artifacts from the early Christian period.

Another major attraction is the Fire Tower, which was built in the 13th century. Reconstruction work has been done on the tower recently. The tower is the tallest structure in the city and is worth visiting. The tower has a great view of the city. It is also a good spot to see the fireworks.

Another important building is the Hungarian National Museum. This museum features many Hungarian artifacts, including the largest collection of Hungarian paintings and sculptures. The museum also has a gallery of modern Hungarian art.

Other attractions include the Szigetkoz island, which is perfect for nature lovers. The town's historic old town is full of charming cobbled streets and shops. The city is also home to a large Baroque wedding that takes place in the summer.

There are several thermal baths in the area. The most popular one is located near the center of town. There is also a small zoo and a water park. It is recommended that you take a whole day to visit all of these attractions. The zoo is only a 10 minute walk from the spa.

The quaint town of Szombathely is also located near Gyor. It is a beautiful town with plenty of Roman history. It is a great place to spend a relaxing holiday. The town is home to several museums, including the Savaria Museum and the Iseum Museum. The city is also known for its Roman-themed festival in August.

Another great city to visit is Pecs. This town is located in the south-east of Hungary. It has been heavily influenced by the Ottoman Empire. It is a quaint and picturesque city, and is famous for its ceramics. It is also home to a number of historical monuments, including a Benedictine Abbey and a Catholic university.

Guided tours and museum tickets in Hungary

Whether you are looking to visit Hungary for the first time, or have been there before and want to return, there are several things to see and do. There are guided tours and museum tickets available that will allow you to see many of the city's top attractions. These are great ways to get a feel for the city and learn about it.

You can also take a walking tour that covers several of the city's most interesting attractions. This includes the Hungarian National Museum, which has a wide variety of exhibits. The museum is housed in a grand white colonnade, and features a large collection of artifacts and paintings.

You can also take a guided tour of the city's Jewish Quarter. You will learn about the history of Hungary and Jewish culture. These tours are often combined with a water tour. This will allow you to see the city's famous thermal baths. The thermal baths will no longer be available in November of 2022.

If you are looking for something a bit more unique, you can check out the House of Terror, a museum that showcases exhibits from both fascist and communist regimes in Hungary. The museum also features the Crown of St. Stephen.

Budapest offers several museums, and most are open 24 hours. The Museum of Fine Arts, the National Gallery, and the History Museum are all open every day except Monday. There are also a number of other museums that are open on different days. You can also check out the Bardini Gardens, which are a hidden gem. The gardens are open 24 hours, and you can take a guided tour to see them.

The Parliament building is the third-largest parliament building in the world. It is located in the Buda Castle District, on Gellert Hill. It is easily accessible by bus and there are restrooms at the Visitor Centre. This building is very impressive, and its interior is lovely. It also has a number of interesting statuary. You can also watch the changing of the guard.

Buda Castle District

The Hungarian National Museum is also a popular attraction. It contains a number of artworks and artifacts, as well as a beautiful ceiling painting. It was designed by Mihaly Pollack, and is a beautiful example of classicist architecture.

The Hungarian Parliament Building is the third-largest parliament building ever constructed. It is also one of the most beautiful. The building is tall, elegant, and contains many interesting statuary. It has a beautiful dome hall, and you can also see the crown of Hungary in this building. You can also take a tour of the dome hall, but pictures are not allowed.

The Budapest Card is a great way to save money on tours and museum tickets. This tourist pass will allow you to save 20% to 50% off general admission prices. It also includes two free walking tours, as well as admission to several other attractions. The card is also good for access to the public transportation system, and provides discounts at many popular restaurants and shops.

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