3 Days trip in Hungary

Budget: 300 USD - 3000 USD City sightseeing Historical landmarks Nightlife Shopping
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Hungary, a landlocked country in Central Europe, is known for its rich history, vibrant culture, and stunning architecture. With a diverse geography that includes the Great Hungarian Plain and picturesque lakes, Hungary offers a unique travel experience. From exploring the historic streets of Budapest to relaxing in thermal baths and savoring traditional Hungarian cuisine, visitors to Hungary are in for a treat.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to HUF
HUF 347.16
Best Way to Get Around
Public transportation (trams

Day 1

  1. Fisherman's Bastion

    90 minutes

    Fisherman's Bastion is a beautiful lookout point offering panoramic views of Budapest. It's also a historical landmark, built in the early 20th century, and named after the guild of fishermen who protected this part of the city walls.

  2. Great Market Hall

    120 minutes

    The Great Market Hall is Budapest's largest indoor market, with vendors selling fresh produce, meats, and traditional Hungarian foods. This is a great place to pick up souvenirs like paprika, artisanal honey, or a bottle of Unicum, a Hungarian herbal liquor.

  3. Szimpla Kert

    180 minutes

    Szimpla Kert is one of Budapest's most famous ruin bars, housed in a dilapidated building in the Jewish Quarter. It's a popular spot for locals and tourists alike, and has a funky ambiance with live music, street art, and mismatched furniture.

Day 2

  1. Hungarian Parliament Building

    120 minutes

    The Hungarian Parliament Building is one of Budapest's most iconic landmarks, with its grand architecture and stunning interior. You can take a guided tour of the building, which includes visits to the House of Commons, the Senate, and the Dome Hall.

  2. Andrassy Avenue

    180 minutes

    Andrassy Avenue is a beautiful tree-lined boulevard in the heart of Budapest, with grand buildings, upscale boutiques, and cafes. You can take a stroll down the avenue, window shop for designer fashions, or stop for a coffee at one of the outdoor cafes.

  3. A38

    180 minutes

    A38 is a unique nightclub venue in Budapest, housed in a converted Ukrainian stone-carrier ship. The venue hosts live music shows, DJ sets, and other cultural events, and has a great atmosphere with a balcony overlooking the Danube.

Day 3

  1. St. Stephen's Basilica

    90 minutes

    St. Stephen's Basilica is a beautiful neoclassical church in the heart of Budapest, named after the first king of Hungary. You can take an elevator to the top of the dome for panoramic views of the city, or admire the stunning frescoes and sculptures inside the basilica.

  2. Thermal Baths

    240 minutes

    Budapest is famous for its thermal baths, and there are several to choose from, including Gellert, Szechenyi, and Rudas. You can relax in the warm pools, try a traditional Hungarian massage, or just soak up the unique atmosphere.

  3. Mazel Tov

    180 minutes

    Mazel Tov is a unique bar and restaurant housed in the courtyard of a restored historic building in the Jewish Quarter. They serve up delicious Israeli and Middle Eastern cuisine, and have a great cocktail menu. Don't miss the outdoor seating area, which is illuminated with fairy lights and has a great vibe.

Estimated Cost (USD)


15-25 USD per night
Mid-range hotel
70-120 USD per night
30-80 USD per night


Public Transport
1-2 USD per ride
15-25 USD per ride
10-20 USD per ride


Budget Meals
5-10 USD per meal
Street Food
3-7 USD per meal
Fancy Meal
25-50 USD per meal


Entrance fee to historical landmarks
6-15 USD per attraction
City sightseeing bus tour
21-35 USD per tour
Nightlife (club/bar entrance fee + drinks)
20-50 USD per night

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