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Udvarház Restaurant

Nice food, gorgeous view.

from €35 / person

Danube Cruise

Danube ship cruises

There’s no better way to explore the beauty of Budapest than cruising on the Danube.

from €35 / person

Wine Catacomb

The Borkatakomba (Wine Catacomb) Restaurant was established in a former wine cellar extending to several branches of the Budafok cellar system, it is the restaurant with the richest traditions - and it is more than a restaurant. Borkatakomba is a restaurant on the one hand, and a theatre on the other hand.

from €35 / person

Rudas Thermal Bath & Restaurant

In the Rudas Restaurant & Bar guests will be able to indulge themselves in a state of the art spa experience, that is built by the highest european standards, while following the Rudas Bath’s traditions.

from €25 / person

Márványmenyasszony Restaurant

Folklore show

The choreographies are based on authentic dances, some of them were collected in isolated villages and date back hundreds of years. Through the preformed dances you can gain insight into the folk music, dance and costume heritage of Hungary and areas inhabited by Hungarians.

The gipsy music starts at 19.00, the folklore show at 20.00 with 3 pairs of dancers and 2 singers.

from €28 / person

Dinning Guide

Where to eat & drink in Budapest. Wallet-friendly Michelin-starred restaurants, the city's meatiest meal and killer cocktails

THE BUDGET BLOWOUT (BORKONYHA WINEKITCHEN)

Insider review: The food is as memorable as the name at this, one of Budapest’s three Michelin-starred restaurants. The affordable menu features beetroot soup poured over goat’s cheese, and mangalica pork tenderloin with savoy cabbage and thyme sauce. Staff are more than happy to talk you through the 200 mostly local wines, but if in doubt, opt for Bikavér (Bull’s Blood) — Hungary’s best-known wine — or Juhfark (Sheep’s Tail) if you prefer white.

from €20 / person

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