Budapest is an amazing city with plenty of things to see and do all year round. We’ve put together the top ten things that are a must-do if you’re planning on visiting Hungarian’s finest city, obviously including our magnificent gentlemen’s club!
There’s nothing like a sail down the Danube River to see beautiful Budapest in all its glory. You can choose between daytime and evening cruises; there’s music and dinner available in the evening and you can stop off during the day for a walk on Margaret Island should you wish. As you sail down the river, you can see the contrast between the green hills of Buda and the hustle and bustle of Pest, a stunning backdrop to your cruise.
You can’t go to Budapest without popping into one of the city’s infamous ruin pubs. These re-purposed old courtyards are hidden treasures worth their weight in gold. During the day, you can watch the world go by with a coffee or lunch, but they turn into little party dens in the evening. Local hipsters, students and tourists take their place among the unusual decor and the music gets cranked up by local and international DJs into the early morning.
There are many different tours that you can choose from in Budapest. If you have a sweet tooth, then the Sweet Budapest Walking Tour offers a stroll around the city, sampling all manner of desserts, cakes and sweets as you go. If you prefer to be on wheels, then the Easy Breeze Bike Tour will be right up your street! A Fungarian tour is a fun way to learn a new language, you get to explore the city and learn Hungarian from expert teachers as you go!
Etyek-Buda Wine Region
If you’re a wine enthusiast, this is a perfect way to spend a few hours. Covering the south of Buda, this wine region makes all of the area’s delicious wine. Known mainly for its sparkling wine, you can sample this and many more of the region’s delights as you enjoy the friendly atmosphere and hospitality.
A visit to this historic site will leave you smiling. Originally built out of cardboard and wood, the building attracted so many visitors that the materials were upgraded to stone. The huge structure showcases periods of Gothic, Baroque, Renaissance and Romanesque architecture, making it a great spot for historians.
This is an unusual railway system in that it is operated only by children. Dating from 1947, it was used to train youngsters interested in driving trains. Today, kids between 10-14 years operate the line, which takes visitors through the beautiful, scenic countryside of Buda.
For those who love art, this gallery is a gem in the Castle District hidden away from the main tourist spots. A sculpture garden welcomes visitors, who will find many paintings, photographs and sculptures made by local people when they venture inside.
Michelin Star Restaurants
For the foodies, Budapest boasts 3 Michelin Star restaurants. Choose from Costes, Onyx and Borkonyha, all of which are very popular and have delicious food to match.
The House of Terror Museum
This museum demonstrates how fascism and communism has affected Hungary over the years. The building housed the headquarters of the Nazi party in 1940 and there are still cells inside where prisoners were kept.
4Play Lounge Stripclub, Budapest
And finally, the best Budapest stripclub! Once your sightseeing is done and you’ve had a drink in a ruin pub, come down to see us in our comfortable and relaxing boudoir. Our ladies will be waiting to meet you and show you the finest dancing and stripping that you could ever imagine. We have packages and deals on drinks, so don’t be afraid to ask, we’re very accommodating!