Popular Lettings in Budapest
Highlights in Budapest
- Trendy European city
- Hedonistic nightlife
- Amazing historical sights
- Szechenyi Baths
Most popular in Budapest
Holiday Rentals and Lettings in Budapest
With a rich history, beautiful skyline and fantastic nightlife, Budapest is a wonderful destination that will suit all tastes.Travellers can choose from thousands of apartments dotted all around the city. Stay in the centre of town, footsteps away from the river and all the main sights, or head out to the suburbs, with the area to the right of the Danube stretching north of the centre a particularly beautiful area to stay in, and which offers easy access to the centre.A wide variety of lettings to suit all tastes
Choose between lettings in historical or modern buildings, with thousands of apartments suitable for couples and small groups. For larger groups, or families who want more space and a garden, there are also a smaller number of houses to rent close to the centre and on the edge of the city.
Holidays in Budapest
The area and getting around
Home to nearly 2 million people, Budapest is located right in the middle of the European continent. Prefer to stay in the city centre? Belváros is known for its bars, restaurants, architecture and souvenir shops, and is right on the doorstep of the most popular historical sights. Terézvárosis, the favourite for younger people, is replete with an array of hipster and bohemian bars and trendy eateries. Ferencváros is considered by many locals as the best place to stay. It is the ‘Soho of Budapest’ and the centre of the action, both night and day. The Castle District is the number one option for families with kids, as it is close to lots of attractions and really quiet.Experience the epitome of cool in Budapest
The grand palazzos and charming side streets of Józsefváros take you back to the era of pre-war Budapest. The next ‘new’ destination in Budapest, it is also known as the Palace Quarter, in reference to the opulant mansions belonging to Hungary's wealthy nobility. It is also home to six university campuses, and wallet-friendly bars, cafés, and tea houses abound.
Travellers and activities
In the last decade Budapest has transformed from a relatively sleepy central European city into a not-to-be-missed mecca for partygoers from far and wide. The city is cheap, wild and attracts top DJs from around the world. The best of Budapest’s nightlife action is concentrated in the passageways and courtyards of Gozsdu Courtyard, with its myriad bars and clubs. Come late, as they don’t start to fill up until 11. In summer weekends there is something special waiting for you – at luxurious Szechenyi Baths plays host to the so-called Sparty water party, a rave with unlimited alcohol, live DJs, and a wild atmosphere in its vast pool.Budapest for history buffs
The capital of the Austrian-Hungarian empire, no other city is as symbolic of old-world Europe as Budapest. It contains a profusion of immaculately maintained heritage buildings, including UNESCO World Heritage Sites. More than 400,000 Hungarian Jews were lost in the Second World War, and near the Hungarian Parliament building on the east bank of the Danube a trail of iron footwear stands as a monument to the countless Jews executed along this riverbank during the war.
Make sure to bring your swimwear, as Budapest has more thermal water springs than any other capital city in the world!
Top 5 travel tips in Budapest
Be pampered and preened at this luxury spa treatment and massage centre in the grandeur of a magnificent Turkish building and all at a very affordable price.2. Take a Trabant tour around the city
A Trabant is an old Soviet-era car that has been restored to offer city tours. Have great fun as you personally drive around the city together with a guide who gives you insights into Budapest’s colourful past and intriguing present.3. Soar into the sky with the Budapest Castle Hill Funicular
The funicular takes you from Budapest’s main bridge up to its castle on the top of the hill. From the top, the panoramic views of the Danube and west side of the city are unparalleled. Make sure to travel in the bottom carriage for the best view.4. Enjoy a drink at a Ruin Bar
Ruin bars are located in buildings that were once abandoned and dilapidated. They have become commonplace in Budapest in recent years, with majority situated in the old Jewish Quarter.5. Discover real Soviet monuments at Memento Park
Memento Park displays more than 40 Communist-era statues that in times gone by peppered the central area of the city. It gives a fascinating insight into the history of how the Hungarian People's Republic was foisted on an unwitting public.