Hungary City Breaks
Yearning for rich history, delectable local cuisine and grand architecture? Hungary is the just spot for your city break. Experience the heart of Central Europe in the vibrant cityscape of Budapest, or savour the serenity of the lesser-known cities like Szeged or Pécs. Venture here for romantic getaways, family adventures, solo journeys and everything in between. Indulge in Hungary's eclectic offerings that cater to all, no matter your taste or budget.
Dive into the history at Buda Castle
Take a journey to the past at the grand Buda Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage site housing the Budapest Historical Museum and the Hungarian National Gallery. During the day explore the centuries-old artefacts and in the evening, soak up the enchanting views of a glowing Budapest from the elevated Buda Hill.
Stroll along the Dunakorzó
Simmer down with an afternoon stroll alongside the peaceful Danube river at Dunakorzó. Sip on lattes at friendly cafés, admire Castle Hill, and watch the world go by from this picturesque riverside promenade.
Revel in grand architecture at Vajdahunyad Castle
Pay homage to centuries of architectural craftsmanship at Vajdahunyad Castle, an exquisite blend of Romanesque, Gothic, and Renaissance styles. This beguiling building now houses the Museum of Hungarian Agriculture, offering a unique cultural experience.
Walk through history at the Eclectic-style Parliament in Budapest
Discover the majesty of Democracy at the grand Parliament building. Admire the gorgeous mix of neo-Gothic and Baroque architecture while understanding the fascinating political history of Hungary.
Roam wild in Bukk National Park
Escape the city and dive into nature at Bukk National Park. Whether you're birdwatching with a specialist or simply revelling in the quiet of the forest, this park offers a peaceful retreat for all.
Sun-drenched summers, enchanting autumns, crisp winters and vibrant springs, Hungary is a year-round delight. Spring (April-June) and Autumn (September-October) are considered the best seasons for visiting, when the weather is mild and the landscape is in full bloom or adorned in hues of autumn colours. While the peak summer (July-August) is warm and filled with festivities, it can also be crowded and prices may be higher. Winter months can be chilly but come with the charm of snow-laced streets. Equipped with temperature and rainfall charts on the LycaFly website, you can plan your visit to Hungary around the time that suits you best.
From tranquil wine bars to buzzing night clubs, Hungary offers a nightlife scene as diverse as its historic landscapes. Start your evening with some traditional Hungarian folk music at a local tavern before diving into the energy of Budapest's famed 'ruin bars', vibrant venues found in the city's abandoned buildings. Explore the thriving club scene with venues like the iconic Szimpla Kert, or take it easy with a romantic Jazz evening at the Budapest Jazz club. For a slice of culture, cap off your night with an enchanting opera performance at the Budapest Opera House. Whatever your speed, Hungary’s cities promise a night to remember.
Travel more with LycaFly