One Day in Budapest | Expedia

If you’ve landed a long layover in Budapest, Hungary, start planning your itinerary. After all, there’s no need to waste the day in the airport terminal when you …

42 thoughts on “One Day in Budapest | Expedia

  1. Eduardo Rojas says:

    Amazing timelapses and hyperlapses, however the other shots look a bit on the amateur end, I've seen much better videos about Budapest, Expedia could have invested in a better video producer/editor IMO I don't mean to brag or anything but even my video from Budapest is better than this…

  2. Adita Ross says:

    Beautiful city and wonderful video.
    Could you get your permission to use some sections of your video for a musical project on YouTube, as a background to the beautiful waltz Waves of the Danube.My channel and the videos that are published there are not for personal benefit or profit, they are simply divulgation and recognition to the beautiful music of the world.
      I would give them of course and as is proper in the video, the respective credits to their authorship. Thank you…..

  3. TravelTheWorld says:

    In case you will visit this wonderful city, include below points in your itinerary:

    City Park
    A public park close to the centre. It is a 0.9-by-0.6-mile (1,400 by 970 m) rectangle, with an area of 302 acres (1.2 km2), located in District XIV. The main entrance is at Heroes' Square (Hosök tere), one of Hungary's World Heritage sites.
    Liberty Statue
    A monument on the Gellért Hill. Commemorates those who sacrificed their lives for the independence, freedom, and prosperity of Hungary. The 14 m tall bronze statue stands atop a 26 m pedestal and holds a palm leaf.
    Buda Castle
    It is the historical castle and palace complex of the Hungarian kings in Budapest, and was first completed in 1265. It is famous for its Medieval, Baroque, and 19th-century houses, churches, and public buildings.
    Museum of Fine Arts
    A museum in Heroes' Square, facing the Palace of Art. Built by the plans of Albert Schickedanz and Fülöp Herzog in an eclectic-neoclassical style, between 1900 and 1906. The Ancient Egyptian gallery is the second largest in central Europe.
    A fortress which was built in 1851 by Julius Jacob von Haynau, a commander of the Habsburg Monarchy, and designed by Emmanuel Zitta and Ferenc Kasselik, after the Hungarian Revolution of 1848.
    One of the world's largest hourglasses, situated next to City Park, right of Heroes' Square and behind the Palace of Art (Mucsarnok), on the site of a former statue of Lenin that now stands in Memento Park.
    St. Stephen's Basilica
    A Roman Catholic basilica in Budapest, Hungary. It is named in honour of Stephen, the first King of Hungary (c 975–1038), whose right hand is housed in the reliquary. It is the third largest church building in present-day Hungary.
    Chain Bridge
    A suspension bridge that spans the River Danube. Was the first permanent bridge across the Danube in Hungary, and was opened in 1849. At the time of its construction, it was regarded as one of the modern world's engineering wonders.
    Széchenyi thermal bath
    The largest medicinal bath in Europe. Its water is supplied by two thermal springs, their temperature is 74 °C (165 °F) and 77 °C (171 °F), respectively. Components of the thermal water include sulphate, calcium, magnesium.
    Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden
    The oldest zoo park in Hungary and one of the oldest in the world. Has 1072 animal species and is located within Városliget Park. The zoo opened its doors on August 9, 1866. The park has 1–1.1 million visitors every year.

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