Straddling the Danube River, with Buda to the west and Pest the east, is Budapest, Central Europe’s most beautiful city. Architecturally, it boasts baroque to modern buildings, the art scene is booming and its café culture, born from bohemian roots, is still at the heart of what makes this romantic city tick.
Explore traditional antique district centres on Falk Miksa Street and on Váci Street and in the castle district.
Things to Do in Budapest
Concierge Recommends: Budapest
The Chef Concierge at Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest shares tips and suggestions to make your stay in Budapest a memorable one—from where to find the best antique markets to the creative activities for families.
Budapest: A Guide From Paul Feig
The director of Bridesmaids and Spy shares his recommendations for the best things to do in Budapest, from must-try Hungarian restaurants to finding the city’s best views.
Within Walking Distance of Four Seasons Budapest
Quiet, tree-lined streets, quirky Art Nouveau landmarks, ornate historical sites and the city’s most notable cafés are just a stroll away.
Located in City Woodland Park, this is one of Budapest's most famous and popular thermal baths. The complex includes three swimming pools and 12 thermal pools, with the water temperature in all 15 pools ranging from 20°C (68°F) to 38°C (100°F). Open year round, the pools offer floating chessboards as an added attraction.
Housed here are Hungary's artistic masterpieces, to works by little-known artists, ranging from the 10th century to the present.
Once a royal hunting ground, this island park in the middle of the Danube boasts more than 10,000 trees, a musical fountain, open-air theatre, swimming pool, and beautiful gardens.