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Ultimate European Highlights | FREE trip to Mount Titlis13 days & 12 nights
INR 2,50,878
Germany Poland Tour Package15 days & 14 nights
INR 1,40,000
Germany and Austria Tour Package9 days & 8 nights
INR 92,000
Eastern Europe Tour Package7 days & 6 nights
INR 1,04,000
Eastern Europe Tour Package From Mumbai8 days & 7 nights
INR 1,10,999
Central Europe Tour Package15 days & 14 nights
INR 4,77,000

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Discover the rich history and architectural splendours of the Hungarian capital with Thrillophilia’s Budapest tour package. Our packages have been curated by experts to ensure you can have an immersive exploration of the famous landmarks of Budapest in a hassle-free way. From the Hungarian National Gallery to the Museum of Fine Arts to Műcsarnok (Hall of Art), many popular attractions in Budapest give an insight into its rich culture and history.

Our Budapest package holidays encompass various inclusions such as guided tours, accommodations, and sightseeing. Whether you’re a solo traveler, couple, family, or traveling in a group this package caters to your varied interests and needs. You can select the type of accommodation you want, places you want to visit, and activities you want to undertake to have a personalized vacation. We will be there every step of the way of your trip to ensure you don’t have to worry about any aspect of the tour.

With our Budapest vacation packages, you can cruise the Danube River, enjoy a relaxing massage at Gellert Bath and Spa, tour abandoned Jewish cemeteries, and attend classical music concerts at St. Stephen’s Basilica. Book the Budapest Hungary vacation packages now to appreciate the captivating landmarks and scenic wonders of the city.

Visa Requirements for Budapest Tour

All Indians need to obtain a Hungary Schengen tourist visa to enter Budapest and other cities in Hungary. This is a short-term visa that grants entry into the country for tourism purposes. The processing time of the Hungary visa is around 15 to 60 days so you should start the application process just after booking the tickets to avoid any unwanted delays. For adults, the Hungary visa fee is around EUR 80 (INR 7053 approx) and for children who are below 11 years you will have to pay EUR 40 (INR 3527 approx). For children below 6 years, you don’t need to pay any visa fees. With the single-entry Schengen Visa, you can stay in Hungary for a maximum time duration of around 90 days within 180 days. 

Best Time to Go For Budapest Trip:

You can visit Budapest all around the year considering it offers distinct activities and experiences in different seasons. 

Peak season: June to August is the peak season in Budapest with pleasant weather and lively ambience. This is the best time to go outdoors and enjoy various enthralling activities. Many events and music festivals are organized during these months including the Colorado Festival, Budapest Summer Festival, and Sziget Festival. 

Shoulder Season: The months of October, early November, September, and early June mark the shoulder season in Budapest with nice weather and unexpected rainfall. The weather is neither too hot nor too cold making it perfect to enjoy sightseeing. Since the crowd is comparatively less than the peak season you can get affordable options on the Budapest tour package.

Waning Season: November to March marks the waning season in Budapest with shorter days, constant rainfall, and cold weather. This season is the best to experience snowfall and partake in events like New Year and Christmas. The crowd is very low during this time allowing you to have a personalized tour of the famous attractions. Book Thrillophilia’s Budapest package holidays during this time to have a budget-friendly vacation.

Places to visit On Budapest Tour

Hungarian Parliament Building: The Parliament Building is the largest in Hungary since its completion and the third-largest parliament in the world. Tourists from all over the world flock here to admire the gothic-revival style architecture, baroque statues, and paintings. There are 691 properly furnished rooms, one of the most popular of which is the sixteen-sided central hall. While in the Parliament don’t forget to see the Hungarian Crown, Staircase XVII, Dome Hall, Grand Stairway and the Old Upper House Hall, Upper House Lobby, and the Hungarian Parliament Museum all recounting the fascinating history of Hungary’s political past.

Location: Budapest, Kossuth Lajos tér 1-3, 1055 Hungary

Timings: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

Best Time to Visit: March to May, September to November

Heroes’ Square: Immersed in contemporary Hungarian history and a witness to major political events, Heroes’s Square is the most important square in Hungary. The most significant structure in the square is the Millenium Monument completed in 1905 that commemorates the founding of Hungary in 1896 and its thousand-year history hence. It is a 36-metre-high column crowned by Archangel Gabriel and framed on both sides by colonnade structures with statues depicting the seven chieftains of the Magyars who founded Hungary. There are also other tourist attractions within the square such as the Kunsthalle Budapest or the Budapest Hall of Art, the Memorial Stone of Heroes and the Museum of Fine Arts housing the largest collection of art in Hungary and considered the best Museum in the country. All Budapest tours are incomplete without a visit to the Heroes' Square.

Location: Andrassy Avenue Next to City Park in the VI. District, Budapest 1062 Hungary

Best time to visit: Night time, March to May, September to November

Castle Hill: Castle Hill cosily sits on the hilly west side of the Buda side of Budapest replete with historical structures, Baroque houses, cafes and beautiful panoramic views of an old and preserved district. It is one of the main attractions of Budapest holiday packages with a long list of things to see and experience. Strolling along the crooked cobblestone streets you will reach the magnificent Buda Castle which was once the residence of Hungarian Kings. The Matthias Fountain within the Palace premises is an exquisite sight that cannot be missed. You can also walk to the Sandor Palace and watch the elaborate Changing of the Guards. The Trinity column, embellished with statues of little angels in Trinity square commemorates the end of the plague epidemic. Another important tourist attraction is the Matthias church that has hosted many coronations since the 13th century and is one of the most important churches in Hungary.

Location: Budapest, Hungary (West side of Danube River)

Best Time to Visit: April to September

Great Synagogue: Constructed between 1844 and 1859, the Great Synagogue in Dohány street is one of the most stunning offerings of Budapest tour Packages. It is the second largest (after New York) and one of the most beautiful synagogues in the world built in a style reminiscent of Byzantine-Moorish architecture and can accommodate up to 3000 people. Inside, the main attractions are a central rose window and an organ dating back to 1902. The Hungarian Jewish Museum and archives within the synagogue include items such as a Jewish headstone from the 3rd century and a handwritten book of the local Burial Society from the late 18th century. In the north, the names of hundreds of victims of the Holocaust are inscribed on the Holocaust Tree of Life Memorial.

Location: Dohány utca 2-8. in district VII., at an angle to Károly körút, between Deák tér and Astoria

Timing: 10:00 AM to 3:30PM

Andrássy Avenue: The 2.5 km long Andrássy Avenue is one of the most beautiful and culture infested boulevards in the Budapest tours. It starts at Heroes’ square and stretches as far as the St. Stephen’s Basilica. The most awe-inspiring buildings that line up this avenue are the Hungarian State Opera House and the Liszt Ferenc Music Academy. A walk through this beautiful tree-lined estate reveals the city’s most expensive real-estate comprising neo-renaissance and neo-baroque villas and mansions dating back to the 19th century. Along the way, you can also visit Pesti Broadway, the theatre quarter of Budapest and drop in to Alexandra Book Café and try the Bookcafe cake. In 2002 it became a world heritage site.

Location: Andrassy ut, Budapest 1061 Hungary

City Park: City Park is one of the first parks in the world to be open to the public. This is the place where the people of Budapest escape the city life. This park also has the largest artificial ice surface in Europe and is the centre of the Hungarian Bandy. This 302 acre park has its main entrance at the Heroes’ Square, one of the world heritage sites. The famous Budapest spa, Széchenyi, is also located here. The main attractions of the park are the Vajdahunyad Castle and the Museum of Hungarian agriculture. It is one of the main tourist diversions of the Budapest holiday packages as it is ideal for a family getaway offering something for all ages, young and old.

Location: Budapest, Kós Károly stny., 1146 Hungary

Best Time To Visit: Round the year, preferably 8am to 6 pm

St. Stephen’s Basilica: One of the most representative buildings of the unmatched architecture of Hungary is St. Stephen’s Basilica. It is one of the most significant sites covered in the Budapest tours offered by us. It is considered to be the most important church in Hungary and no building in the country can be constructed higher than this Basilica which stands at a height of 96m. One of the most lavish sites is the beautiful artwork in the interior of the dome with many windows that let the sunlight increase its beauty in manifolds. The rooftop of the basilica offers a marvellous panoramic view of the city of Budapest beneath. Click Here to Book: St Stephens Basilica Tickets With Guide, Budapest

Location: Budapest, Szent István tér 1, 1051 Hungary

Timing: Tuesday to Friday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Price: INR 238

Margaret Island: No Budapest holiday packages are complete without spending some leisurely time in Margaret Island. A 2.5 km long small island floating in the middle of Danube between Margaret Bridge and Árpád Bridge is the greenest core to be found in the city. Barring a few, there are almost no buildings on the island. It is a tucked away serene island ideal to spend time with families, loved ones or even solo. The island provides many recreational facilities along with promenades, benches, cycling and jogging tracks, a water park, a petting zoo, and even a musical fountain that comes to life four times a day.

Timing: 6:00 PM to 9:00PM

Location: Budapest, 1138 Hungary

Best time to Visit: June-August

House of Terror: Towards the end of the Second World War in 1944, the Hungarian Nazi party took over Budapest and made this building their headquarters. The Nazis tortured and killed hundreds of Jews in the cellar beneath the street and ordered them to throw their bodies in the river, while they sat in lavish offices upstairs. The situation worsened when the Nazis were replaced by the soviet AVH. This building was converted and opened as a museum in 2002 and it tells the long and excruciating history of the Nazi and communist rule over Hungary. The experience is just not informative but extremely emotional which makes it one of the most important parts of the Budapest packages offered by us. Click here to Book: House of Terror Guided Tour in Budapest

Location: Budapest, Andrássy út 60, 1062 Hungary

Timing: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM

The Hungarian State Opera House: The Hungarian State Opera House is the ideal venue to indulge in some opulence made completely affordable by our Budapest tour packages. With gold leaf embellishments, sprawling marble, grand staircases, eye-catching hand-painted frescoes, beautiful archways and doorways, this century old limestone structure provides ample photography opportunities to take home the grandeur. The most breath-taking sight is the round ceiling of the auditorium bedecked by a fresco with a stunning chandelier at its centre.

Location: Budapest, Andrássy út 22, 1061 Hungary

Price: INR 692


Things to Do on Budapest Trip

A Walk by the Danube Promenade: One of the most interesting activities offered by our Budapest tour packages is the walk by the Danube. The Danube Promenade lies on the left bank of the river Danube offering some of Budapest’s best sights. Listed as a UNESCO World heritage site this long bank across the Danube lets you see the river from a close proximity. Things to see along the walkway includes the Elizabeth Bridge, the Little Princess Statue, the Vidago Hall and the Marcius square. It is ideal to enjoy an evening walk along the Danube breathing in the history of the city.

Location: Dunakorzo, Budapest, Pest, City Center, District 5, Hungary

Refreshing at the Széchenyi Medicinal Bath: Located in the City Park, the Széchenyi Medicinal Bath is one of the largest thermal spas in Budapest with 18 pools emerging from natural sources and renowned for its medicinal and healing capabilities. With luxury spa treatments, saunas, and massages couched in the yellow hues of the Turkish architecture, the Szechenyi Bath are an essential part of Thrillophilia’s Budapest packages. Click here to Book: Szechenyi Thermal Bath Tickets, Budapest

Location: Budapest, Állatkerti krt. 9-11, 1146 Hungary

Timing: Monday to Sunday 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM

Splurging at the Great Market Hall: A visit to the Great Market Hall is one of the essentials of our Budapest tour packages. It is the oldest and the largest indoor market in Budapest. It is a refurbished neo-gothic structure with colourful tiles on the ceiling and the inside of the roof containing an intricate steel structure. From Paprika and sausages that dominate the market to typical Hungarian dishes like goulash and langos as well as a variety of souvenirs, the market is a delight to all the senses.

Location: Budapest, Vámház krt. 1-3, 1093 Hungary

Timing: 6:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Seeing the Shoes on the Danube Bank: About the Activity: A row of 60 pairs of shoes have been laid on the Danube bank in memory og Hungarian Jews who were shot here. Even after being a tragic location, the Danube Bank has been attracting flocks of tourists due to this unusual display. Around the evening time, you can watch various visitors bring flowers and candles to fill up the hollow spaces of the shoes, which further makes the location more scenic.

Location: Budapest, Id. Antall József rkp., 1054 Hungary

Walking across the Chain Bridge: The Chain Bridge, a majestic suspension bridge offers one of the most picturesque views connecting the city by its Pest and Buda sides across the Danube. Historically and architecturally significant, it only takes 15 minutes to take a stroll across the bridge but the slower one goes, the better panoramic views of the city and the river one can enjoy. Upon crossing the Buda side you can also enjoy a ride of the Funicular that takes you to the top of the hill. Thrillophilia’s Budapest tour packages make this marvellous experience rather affordable.

Location: Budapest, Széchenyi Lánchíd, 1051 Hungary

Experiencing the nightlife at Budapest’s Ruin Bars: Starting with the founding of the Szimpla Kert, the old Jewish neighbourhood that was left to decay post world war II developed into a vibrant underground bar scene, breathing life into the Budapest nightlife. Some of the must-visit ruin bars are Instant, Fogasház , Szimpla Kert, Doboz, Corvin Teto, Grandio etc. Many of these bars also have outdoor areas and live music. Our Budapest tour packages offer fair deals and discounts to experience the city nightlife most authentically.

Taking a free walk tour of the city: One of the best ways to know the city from the inside is to take a free walking tour that is covered in our Budapest packages. It is one of the best ways to learn the city from the lenses of a local, understand the ways of the natives and prioritise destinations for the entire trip. There are many free walking tours available in the city. Click Here to Book:Walking Tour In Budapest

Popular Restaurants in Budapest

Taj Mahal: Rooted in Indian tradition, the Taj Mahal is one of the best places in Budapest to enjoy Indian delicacies. The menu features lip-smacking North Indian delicacies and the chefs use both modern cooking styles and traditional methods of preparation. From Chicken Korma to Kadahi Paneer and Hara Bhara Kebab, everything is prepared using fresh ingredients.

Indigo Indian Restaurant : If you’re craving authentic Indian flavors and tastes then you can visit the Indigo Indian Restaurant. The restaurant has cosy seating, lively ambience, and beautiful décor creating a welcoming atmosphere. From Creamy Dal Makhani to the fragrant Chicken Korma and mouth-watering Butter Chicken you can try some of the best Indian delicacies here.

Punjab Tandoori Indian Restaurant : With the Budapest tour package, you can visit the Punjab Tandoori Indian Restaurant known for serving authentic Punjabi food with a modern twist. The menu features various North Indian delicacies such as Tandoori Chicken, Pakoras, Tikka Masala, and Biryani. It opened in 2005 and is still the go-to destination for authentic Punjabi flavours. The restaurant has a quirky ambiance and the soothing music playing in the background uplifts the mood of the diners.

Spago : Situated within the Matild Palace Hotel, Spago was opened by the Austrian-American restaurateur, Wolfgang Puck and is a great place to visit with the Budapest vacation packages. The menu features a wide range of delicacies ranging from homemade pasta to fancy steaks, Foie Gras, and Hungarian classics. It has an outdoor terrace where you can enjoy the beautiful views while savouring your favourite delicacies.

Onyx : Onyx is a two-time Michelin star-winning restaurant where you can enjoy Hungarian cuisine and international flavours. Here, you can choose from two dinner options named “beyond our borders” and “within our borders.” Baroque wallpaper, huge chandeliers, and onyx accents give this restaurant an opulent look.

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What are the top things to do in Budapest?

1. A Walk by the Danube Promenade: One of the most interesting activities offered by our Budapest tour packages is the walk by the Danube. The Danube Promenade lies on the left bank of the river Danube offering some of Budapest’s best sights. Listed as a UNESCO World heritage site this long bank across the Danube lets you see the river from a close proximity. Things to see along the walkway includes the Elizabeth Bridge, the Little Princess Statue, the Vidago Hall and the Marcius square. It is ideal to enjoy an evening walk along the Danube breathing in the history of the city.

Location: Dunakorzo, Budapest, Pest, City Center, District 5, Hungary

2. Refreshing at the Széchenyi Medicinal Bath: Located in the City Park, the Széchenyi Medicinal Bath is one of the largest thermal spas in Budapest with 18 pools emerging from natural sources and renowned for its medicinal and healing capabilities. With luxury spa treatments, saunas, and massages couched in the yellow hues of the Turkish architecture, the Szechenyi Bath are an essential part of Thrillophilia’s Budapest packages. Click here to Book: Szechenyi Thermal Bath Tickets, Budapest

Location: Budapest, Állatkerti krt. 9-11, 1146 Hungary
Price: INR 1640
Timing: Monday to Sunday 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM

3. Splurging at the Great Market Hall: A visit to the Great Market Hall is one of the essentials of our Budapest tour packages. It is the oldest and the largest indoor market in Budapest. It is a refurbished neo-gothic structure with colourful tiles on the ceiling and the inside of the roof containing an intricate steel structure. From Paprika and sausages that dominate the market to typical Hungarian dishes like goulash and langos as well as a variety of souvenirs, the market is a delight to all the senses.

Location: Budapest, Vámház krt. 1-3, 1093 Hungary
Timing: 6:00 AM to 5:00 PM

4. Seeing the Shoes on the Danube Bank: About the activity: A row of 60 pairs of shoes have been laid on the Danube bank in memory og Hungarian Jews who were shot here. Even after being a tragic location, the Danube Bank has been attracting flocks of tourists due to this unusual display. Around the evening time, you can watch various visitors bring flowers and candles to fill up the hollow spaces of the shoes, which further makes the location more scenic.

Location: Budapest, Id. Antall József rkp., 1054 Hungary

5. Walking across the Chain Bridge: The Chain Bridge, a majestic suspension bridge offers one of the most picturesque views connecting the city by its Pest and Buda sides across the Danube. Historically and architecturally significant, it only takes 15 minutes to take a stroll across the bridge but the slower one goes, the better panoramic views of the city and the river one can enjoy. Upon crossing the Buda side you can also enjoy a ride of the Funicular that takes you to the top of the hill. Thrillophilia’s Budapest tour packages make this marvellous experience rather affordable.

Location: Budapest, Széchenyi Lánchíd, 1051 Hungary

6. Experiencing the nightlife at Budapest’s Ruin Bars: Starting with the founding of the Szimpla Kert, the old Jewish neighbourhood that was left to decay post world war II developed into a vibrant underground bar scene, breathing life into the Budapest nightlife. Some of the must visit ruin bars are Instant, Fogasház , Szimpla Kert, Doboz, Corvin Teto, Grandio etc. Many of these bars also have outdoor areas and live music. Our Budapest tour packages offer fair deals and discounts to experience the city nightlife most authentically.

7. Taking a free walk tour of the city: One of the best ways to know the city from the inside is to take a free walking tour that is covered in our Budapest packages. It is one of the best ways to learn the city from the lenses of a local, understand the ways of the natives and prioritise destinations for the entire trip. There are many free walking tours available in the city. Click Here to Book: Walking Tour In Budapest

How to reach Budapest from India?

By Air: Budapest has two airports which host both, national and international flights. Flights to Budapest are available from various Indian cities including New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kochi and Bengaluru.

How much does it cost to visit Budapest?

Around FT 75,000 will be enough to enjoy a 3 days long vacation to Budapest. This amount will cover all the expenses of a trip here, including travel, stay, food and additional activities.

How many days do you need in Budapest?

A 3 days long vacation will be enough to cover all which Budapest has on offer. From sightseeing to activities, one can enjoy various aspects of a trip to Budapest in just 3 days. Apart from this, you can also save some time to indulge in local food and shopping. 

What is the best time to visit Budapest?

The months between March to May and September through November are considered to be the best time to enjoy a vacation in Budapest. This is the shoulder season when the weather is idyllic with subtle temperatures.

Do you need a visa to travel to Budapest?

All the tourists who are not US Citizens will need a valid visa to travel to Budapest. If you are a US citizen, you can visit Budapest for upto 90 days without any visa.

Is the Schengen visa valid for Budapest?

Yes, a Schengen Visa is perfectly valid for all 26 states of Schengen including Hungary and Budapest. Due to this, you will not need to avail any other visa to enter Budapest.

Which are the famous historical sites to visit in Budapest?

1. The Hungarian Parliamentary Building: The Parliament Building is the largest building in Hungary. Built in gothic-revival style architecture furnished with ornate statues and paintings, it tells the story of Hungary’s political past.

2. Buda Castle: It is a historic castle that was once the residence of Hungarian kings. Built in Gothic style, it is a UNESCO world heritage site.

3. Heroes’ Square: The most visited square of Budapest, it was formed to celebrate the completion of a thousand years of Hungary in 1896.

4. Great Synagogue: It is Europe’s largest Jewish house of worship and popular for its romantic and Moorish architectural styles.

5. Fisherman’s Bastion: The fortifications of the fisherman’s bastion was built in the 19th century and it earns its historical importance as it was protected by the fishermen’s guild in the Middle Ages. Now it offers beautiful panoramic views of the city.

How is Budapest nightlife? Which places are famous for nightlife in Budapest?

1. Szechenyi Spa: Famous for its summer night pool parties or ‘sparties’ usually held on Saturday nights.

2. Mazel Tov: One of the most popular sites of Budapest's nightlife scene. It is a courtyard as well as a cultural arena lined up with greens and twinkling lights with a glass roof above. It is the ideal place for drinks as well as Mediterranean-Hungarian fusion plates.

3. Szimpla Kert: One of the founding ruin bars of Budapest, it is the epicentre of nightlife in the city. Here you can grab a drink in an open-top East German Trabant car or converted bathtub and listen to some heavy electronic music.

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