Budapest at night.

The Perfect Night Out in Prague & Budapest

You’ll find the perfect recipe for a successful night on the town that kicks off with a proper traditional meal before moving on to cocktails, live music, clubbing, and a nightcap or two as the sun begins to rise.

View of the Hungarian Parliament Building from the Buda side of Budapest.

The Best of Prague and Budapest

Ten days is enough time to take in all the major sights both cities have to offer, but it does mean sticking to a tight schedule and forgoing a few museums. Be prepared to do a lot of walking, and get your camera ready—you’re about to experience a few Kodak moments.

Budapest at night.

Going Local with Budapesting

Budapesting is a family-run affair that provides apartments and private rooms to travelers looking for a personal touch during their stay in the capital. All accommodations are centrally located and include free bedding, towels, Internet access, parking, coffee, tea, a welcome bottle of wine, and maps to the city.

The indoor pool at Gellért Baths in Budapest.

Treat Yourself in Budapest

Those who like to treat themselves to something extra special while on holiday will find no shortage of opportunities to do so in Budapest.

Bags of dried paprika stacked for sale in a shop in Budapest.

A Primer on Hungarian Paprika

If you weren’t aware of paprika’s popularity before landing in Hungary, you most certainly will be when you get here. Before visiting, brush up on the eight types of the spice you’re bound to encounter there.