Weekend itinerary: Budapest

Weekend itinerary: Budapest

Budapest is everything at once

In what other European capital will you find such a variety of unique “tricks”? And palaces, and caves, and thermal baths, and delicious cuisine, and ruin pubs, which have become a calling card. Follow our route and over the weekend you will have time to get acquainted with the most delightful places of this city.


Flights Moscow – Budapest – from 15,800 rubles* round trip per person. Travel time will be about three hours.

Flights St. Petersburg – Budapest – from 18,500 rubles* round trip per person.


There are many cozy accommodation options in the center. It is convenient to stay here if you plan to walk a lot and use the city infrastructure. We have selected several hotels for you:

Ibis Budapest Centrum – from 4600 rubles* per night for two;
Collect – from 13,000 rubles* per night for two;
Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace – from 44,300 rubles* per night for two.

What to do in Budapest?

Take a tour of the main places

Weekend itinerary: Budapest

Walking on your own can take a long time, and there is still so much to see! You will spend only 3.5 hours on the excursion, but you will have time to get to know both Buda and Pest.

Excursion cost – from 15,000 rubles*.

Buy vintage at the Ecseri flea market

Weekend itinerary: Budapest

Here you will find antiques, vintage clothing, porcelain, paintings, military relics and much more. And if you don’t plan to shop, just wandering among the stalls will also be interesting.

See the opera house

Weekend itinerary: Budapest

In terms of acoustic quality, it is considered one of the best in the world. People come here on excursions for the luxurious decoration, but it is much more interesting to do this by attending a performance.

Relax in the Szechenyi Thermal Baths

Weekend itinerary: Budapest

Good for the body, beautiful for the soul. We recommend visiting the warm outdoor pools in cool weather after dark. The steam creates a surprisingly mysterious atmosphere around.

Visit – from 1300 rubles*.

Have a ruin pub marathon in Erzsébetváros

Weekend itinerary: Budapest

The most legendary of these establishments is the colorful Szimpla Kert. Sit there and then wander around the rest of the area’s bars, where old-time chic meets modern avant-garde. Staying in one establishment is considered bad manners here.

Try traditional cuisine

Weekend itinerary: Budapest

Goulash, paprikash, Hortobagy pancakes – without national dishes, an acquaintance with Hungary will be incomplete. We recommend the famous Gundel restaurant, as well as Regos Vendeglo and Király 100 Gastro Corner.

Have time to go to Eger

Weekend itinerary: Budapest

Leave time for a walk through the city of baroque and medieval legends. At the same time, take a swim in the healing blue water in an underground cave and enjoy “Bull’s Blood” – a famous Hungarian wine.

Excursion cost – from 31,700 rubles*.

*Prices valid at time of publication

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