The Hungarian Opera House is a spectacular sight. The main hall is a blend of rich golden fixtures and scarlet-coloured seating. The centrepiece is the bronze chandelier and a fresco depicting the Greek gods on Olympus.
Get a taste for with the best local and and more, as you stroll the historic Great Market Hall. It has been a central shopping hub since 1897 and today vendors still thrive on the volume of daily business.
A visit to wouldn’t be complete without learning the tale of two cities divided by a river: and Buda was formally on the west bank and is a hilly, residential area, whereas Pest is the hub of the city centre and urban life on the East side of the Danube.
The archetypal Hungarian snack, It’s chocolate wrapped around a log of sweet-cheese (Túró), so it’s kept in the chiller cabinet of most supermarkets. If you haven’t tried one of these before, it’s a must-do!