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Considered to be the Paris of the East by many, Budapest is a myriad of cultures and monuments that will leave you in awe. The Budapest tour packages cover these monuments as quickly as they can, to give you a quick escape into ancient Europe. Homing many UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Budapest holds a special place in the heart of Europeans. Nevertheless, here is a list of Budapest packages crafted by our travel connoisseurs at Thomas Cook that you might like:

Budapest  Tour Packages

No. of Days

Price*

East European Dhamaka

6 Nights / 7 Days

Rs. 87,398

Prague, Vienna & Budapest – By Cosmos

8 Nights / 9 Days

Rs. 70,799

Eastern Europe (Flights not included)

7 Nights / 8 Days

Rs. 73,524

Essential Italy and Austria End Budapest – By Europamundo

8 Nights / 9 Days

Rs. 86,258

Essential Italy and Imperial Capitals – By Europamundo

10 Nights / 11 Days

Rs. 1,08,849

A land of therapy and history, Budapest is sure to leave you splits with its beauty. This is a city of the historians and the architecture lovers who want to explore the depths of the European architecture, to get the best of it. Here is a list of such places that you might like to visit on your next trip to Budapest:

Places to Visit 

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Buda Castle

Dating back to the 1265 A.D., this UNESCO World Heritage Site holds a great royal importance. It is one of the most beautiful constructions of Budapest which is grand and talks about royalty at every corner.

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Houses on Vienna Gate Square

Adorned with artistic motifs and bearing the decorations of the ancient Baroque, Rococo, and Neo-Classical styles, these houses are a reminder of the ancient Budapest.

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Sandor Palace

Dating back to more than two hundred years old, this Neo-Classical style residence belongs to the President of Hungary. However, it is open to the public on weekends during the summers

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Tomb of Gul Baba

Featuring the statue of this respectable sixteenth-century poet, who is also a companion of Sultan Suleiman.

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Matthias Church

Also referred to as the Church Of Our Lady; this one was named after the renowned King Matthias who ruled the country during the 15th century

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The Inner-City Church

One of the oldest constructions of Budapest, this church contains a Mehrab that belongs to the ancient Turkish times.

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Medieval Synagogue

One of the significant places of worship, the Medieval Synagogue was discovered back in the 1960’s as a result of the excavations made during this period.

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Dohany Street Synagogue

The largest in Europe and regarded to be the second largest synagogue in the world, this one depicts Moorish style which is a favourite among the Jews

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Cave Church

Situated inside a cave, this Chapel is a great attraction of Budapest. Also referred to as the Saint Ivan’s cave, this is a popular tourist spot that is busy most of the times with visitors flocking around

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The Hungarian National Museum

Exhibiting the ancient arts and culture of Hungary, this museum reflects the true culture, history, and architecture of the country.

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