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Alternative Attractions in Budapest: Uncover its Hidden Gems by Laura Jeeves






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Alternative Attractions in Budapest: Uncover its Hidden Gems


 
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Budapest, the ‘Little Paris of Middle Europe’, is a city on the rise. The beauty of its architecture has always been remarkable and, in more recent times, it’s begun to make a name for itself for its art and nightlife. New places are always popping up and the good news is that it remains affordable. Visitors will have no trouble finding plenty of bars and clubs, but so many miss out on some truly unique experiences simply because they don’t know where to look.

Check out our list of the best reasons to get online for some quicksingle trip travel insurance and book a short break to this fabulous city.

Thermal Baths

Budapest is also sometimes known as the ‘City of Spas’, on account of its plentiful natural thermal baths. Szechenyi and Gellért are two of the most famous locations, with big, beautiful baths in which to immerse. But there are some lesser-known spas that are just as good, and they’re often far less crowded. Velj Belj and Király baths are hidden gems dating back to the city’s days as part of the Ottoman Empire, while Rudas Bath offers a more modern experience, including incredible views from its rooftop setting.

Underground Caves

Hot springs aren’t Budapest’s only natural blessing: the city also sits above an intricate system of over 200 caves. Guided tours are offered around Szemlö-hegyi, Pál-völgyi and Gellért’s Hill Cave Church, but with over 120km of networked caves there’s a lot more to explore as well. Get yourself a guide and get creative in the caves!

The Tomb of Gül Baba

Gül Baba was an interesting man. A follower of the devout Bektashi sect, he was one of the best-known poets of the region in his day, and was very close to the action in numerous Ottoman invasions of Europe. He died in 1541, and his remains are housed in an ornate, imposing tomb. Amazingly, few visitors even know it exists, so its fascinating history and incredible sights go unappreciated by many. Don’t miss out on this wonderful attraction.

The Varket Bazar

Another historical site, the Varkert Bazaar was built between 1875 and 1883, though architect Miklós Ybl took a lot of inspiration from earlier Renaissance styles. At the foot of Castle Hill (which, unsurprisingly, is the site of the royal palace) and on the banks of the Danube, the Bazaar was intended to provide a space for culture and entertainment to flourish. It fell into disrepair over the 20th century, but a recent World Heritage restoration has brought it back to its former glory – and also added some distinctively modern touches, such as an escalator all the way up to the palace.

The Zugliglet Chairlift

Also on the western side of the city, the Zugliglet Chairlift marks one more modern twist on a historical landmark. While Caste Hill is impressive, scaling Zugliglet brings you to the highest point in the area. It’s hands down the best viewpoint in the cityoffering a truly spectacular panorama. You can also hike up, but why you would wear yourself out when you can sit back and take it all in as you’re gently carried to the top?

Budapest is a genuinely fascinating city with so much to offer; it offers a host of activities and attractions so it’s important you have the peace of mind to be able to enjoy them without worrying. Even if it’s a spur of the minute single trip, travel insurance is a vital part of your holiday plans. Before you leave home, do make sure you’ve organised appropriate single trip travel insurance, as many of the activities in and around the city involve physical exertion. With the right cover in place, you’ll be free to explore this magical destinationwithout a care in the world.

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