Budapest at Christmas
Budapest, one of the top city break destinations for Irish holiday-makers, is the capital of Hungary. The River Danube bisects this historical city, which has a humid subtropical climate with relatively cold winters and warm summers.
Budapest has architecturally noteworthy buildings in a wide range of styles from the ancient times as Roman City of Aquincum in Óbuda which dates to around 89 AD, to the most modern Palace of Arts - a contemporary arts museum and concert hall.
The city also plays host to some of Europe's most popular Christmas Markets.
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See below for some great things to do during your visit to Budapest.
Things to do in Budapest during Winter
- Christmas Markets: The Christmas Market on Vorosmarty Square and the Christmas Fair at Basilica are great options.
- Thermal Baths: Visit the Szechenyi Baths in Budapest to enjoy hot spring pools (2 open air thermal pools, 15 indoor pools), also open at Christmas.
- Take a cruise on the River Danube - stunning night-time cruises are also available right into the winter season.
- The Budapest Nutcracker Ballet is the regular winter show in the Hungarian State Opera House.
See lots of more great tips for your winter trip to Budapest on the Budapest Christmas website HERE.