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Best things to do in District II

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Toy / Game Store
“Mammut shopping mall would provide you with everything needed from a shopping mall.”
88 locals recommend
Spa
“Mixes innovation with tradition - in addition to several heated pools, outdoor swimming pool, fun pool with hydromassage, amenities include a sauna world, a steam room, and a cozy chamber lined with Himalayan salt to improve respiration.”
76 locals recommend
Spa
“Király Thermal Bath is a small turkish bath in the city centre of Budapest. The construction of the baths began in the year 1565. ”
63 locals recommend
Park
“"Millenáris park, a former industrial site in Buda, is a modern cultural complex with exhibition halls, a large park with a pond and awesome custom-built playgrounds. Other attractions include the Fogadó, an exhibition hall, and the Teátrum, a venue for plays, concerts and other performances."”
58 locals recommend
Scenic Viewpoint
“After some niiice hiking, amazing view over the city. if you spend many days here you should go up to the lookout! it is as romantic as pretty woman played backwards. anyway this is the highest point of budapest (527 meters) as well. in clear weather you can see asfar as 8O km away.”
38 locals recommend
Spa
“Historical Turkish bath. As a Turk, I can attest to its authenticity & quality.”
54 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Recently renovated Ottomangarden & shrine complex with a great view of Budapest. One of the last reminders of Ottoman presence in Budapest.”
43 locals recommend
Dessert Shop
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“By far the largest variety of cakes I've ever seen. The queue of people waiting to buy some tells the whole story. It's worth the adventurous ride.”
29 locals recommend
Church
“The Zugliget Chairlift (Libegő) is a fun, alternative mode of transport in the Buda hills. Transporting passengers between Zugliget and the road leading up to the Erzsébet Lookout Tower, the Chairlift takes you calmly up the side of János Hill in about 15 minutes – while providing panoramic views of the Buda surroundings. The Chairlift is operated by the city transport company BKK, a single ticket costing 1,000 HUF, return 1,400. It can be reached by taking bus 291 from Nyugati station to its final stop. Whether for a special date or just a relaxed outing in Buda – a trip on the Chairlift is a unique experience. And new features planned for 2019-20 should make the journey a bit more special in future.”
35 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“This is an all you can eat and drink restaurant which serves up traditional Hungarian as well as other food. Try the huge selection of grilled meat and seafood, prepared while you look on. Live piano music in the evenings. Surprisingly good value if you are hungry at about Ft. 6.500 per person. Children under 12 go half price.”
26 locals recommend
Park
“Multi-level labyrinth with amazing rock formations. The longest cave in the Buda Hills (7 km). 45 minutes Guided tours - expect climbing and narrow passages.”
23 locals recommend
Ski Chairlift
“The Zugliget Chairlift (Libegő) is a fun alternative mode of transport in the Buda Hills. Transporting passengers between Zugliget and the Erzsébet Lookout Tower, the Chairlift will take you calmly up the side of János Hill in about 15 minutes – while providing pretty panoramic views of the Buda surrounds. The Chairlift is operated by the BKV , with a single adult ticket costing 1000 HUF. It can be reached by taking bus 291 from Nyugati Railway Station to its final stop. Whether for a special date or just a relaxed outing in Buda – a trip on the Chairlift is a unique experience. Tip: We recommend to try a tasty Magyar lángos here, as well as the frosty treats of Fragola in the summer.”
11 locals recommend
French Restaurant
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“Named after its street address, Csalogány 26 is a tiny but quite famous restaurant in Buda, its acclaimed kitchen a marriage of traditional and fine dining. Despite being one of the best in town, this restaurant is far less pretentious than some of its Pest-side counterparts. It is elegant, yet modest with harmonious flavours and a rich wine selection, with examples from the best Hungarian wineries (Káli Kövek, Villa Tolnay). The constantly changing seasonal dishes are prepared with precision from quality ingredients.”
26 locals recommend
Café
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“If you wish to travel back in time and see how the socialist Budapest could look like, Bambi offers a great, retro feeling back in the 70'es of Budapest... Great atmosphere, slow down :) ”
32 locals recommend
Hungarian Restaurant
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“Try the exceptional Hungarian meals in a traditional Hungarian restaurant. The location is out of the city more but you can always discover the non-touristic parts to get more involved during your trip!”
20 locals recommend
Bus Stop
“Friendly market where you could by everything to eat from the farmers too. Fruits, vegetables, meat, home made milk and cheese, jam, honey... ”
22 locals recommend