Late Deals To Budapest

Budapest is a city that has it all. You could spend days losing yourself in gorgeous streets, quaint markets and luscious parks, followed by exciting nights exploring the city’s eclectic bar scene. It’s long been a favourite European city break as there’s just so much to see and do. Think majestic buildings, fabulous shopping, incredible nightlife and steaming thermal baths - and that’s just the tip of the iceberg!

Budapest Deals

Where Charm and Beauty Meets Fun and Adventure

There are endless opportunities for adventure in the vast, beautiful city of Budapest. You’ll find there’s something exciting for all kinds of travellers, from history fanatics on the lookout for mind-boggling architecture to fresh-faced students hoping for a great place to have a few drinks and chill out on a budget. Budapest is known for its fantastic value, meaning whatever you love to do on holiday, you won’t have to spend much to have an amazing time!

Some of the things Budapest is perhaps most famous for include its maze of underground caves, the sweeping Danube River, its many weird and wonderful ‘ruin bars’ and the elegant parliament buildings. It’s also known to be the thermal spa capital of the world – it’s home to around 120 springs and has over a dozen thermal baths.


Currency: Hungarian Forint

Language: Hungarian

Flight Time: Approx. 2hrs

Time Difference: GMT +1

Population: Approx. 1.75 million

Unique Bars & Entertainment Galore

No trip to Budapest is complete without visiting the city’s world-famous ruin bars. As the name suggests, they’re rough and ready, thrown together to create a cool drinking atmosphere in abandoned buildings and courtyards. These bars are synonymous with cheap drinks, great music and wacky decor. The most iconic ruin bar in Budapest is Szimpla Kert, popular for its delicious cocktails and mish-mash of eccentric rooms to drink in.

Your night out in Budapest can go in one of many directions. Think underground bars with themed escape rooms, fancy restaurants with diverse menus and karaoke clubs where the party never ends. There are also rooftop bars that are open year-round, with heated areas in the colder months and dramatic views over the city.

Breathtaking Architecture & Picture-Perfect Views

The most famous landmark in Budapest is the colossal Hungarian Parliament Building. On the other side of the river, you’ll find more architectural gems such as Buda Castle and the Fisherman’s Bastion. There are stunning elevated views over the river from here, showing you just how vast the city is. As you can imagine, Budapest is seriously photogenic. Be sure to take plenty of snaps on your travels – it’ll be the holiday album of all holiday albums!

You won’t be short of places to relax and unwind in gorgeous surroundings on your Budapest city break. Margaret Island is a tranquil spot in the middle of the river where you can sit for a picnic or hire a bike for a leisurely ride. We’d also recommend you swing by the impressive Central Market Hall, where you’ll be able to browse for souvenirs and taste some flavoursome local food such as langos and goulash. Simply delicious!

A City Of Hidden Caves & Thermal Springs

Not everyone knows that Budapest has an intricate network of underground caves covering much of the city. Two of the most popular caves for tourists to visit are Pálvölgyi (Paul Valley) and Szemlőhegyi (Szemlo Hill), which lie in the Buda Hills. There are various walks to embark on here, taking visitors into a whole new world filled with natural treasures such as crystal formations, stalactites and stalagmites.

You’ll often see people who visit Budapest stopping off at one of the many thermal springs dotted around the city. The most widely-known is Széchenyi, a Neo-Baroque palace boasting 11 indoor thermal pools, as well as steam rooms and saunas. The most famous scene is at the outdoor pools, hazy with steam and sprawling over a large outdoor area in the centre of the building. It really is a sight to behold!