Budapest Hungary Other Must Do’s
Chain Bridge, Matthias Church & Thermal Bath
If you’re wondering what are some Must Do’s while staying in Budapest, Hungary below are a few of my favorites. There’s always a top 10 list in any travel guide, however, with limited time these were my top 3 favorite’s.
Walk Across the Chain Bridge – Most of the museums and historic sites to see are across the bridge on the Pest side of Budapest. This is where the historic Castle Hill is located. It’s a lot of fun to walk across the bridge. You will have some of the most spectacular views in the city so don’t forget your camera!
Matthias Church – Near Castle Hill is a very historic and beautiful church recognizable for it’s beautiful colorful roof and views of the river. It is a Roman Catholic church located in front of the Fisherman’s Bastion at the heart of Buda’s Castle District. According to church tradition, it was originally built to replicate a Romanesque style in 1015. 1014 Budapest, Budapest, Szentháromság tér 2, Hungary.
Szechenyibath Baths and Pool (Thermal Bath) – One of the most well-known local and tourist attractions in Budapest are their baths. If you’re like me who believes “when in Rome” then you know I had to give them a try! Some of my travel companions were a bit hesitant about bathing in a public pool with strangers, however, after giving it some thought, they warmed up to the idea and fell in love! Be sure to check out the super hot sauna (higher than any sauna you’ll experience in the US). I visited for about 30 seconds which was exhilarating, great way to wake up and feel refreshed. 1146 Budapest Allatkerti korut 9-11. Hungary. +36 1 363 3210.