August 1st, 2012 @ // 2 Comments


Imagine one of the most beautiful Central European cities split in half by the romantic Danube River, a city with rich history and architecture that  will satisfy everyone’s taste, world-class museums filled with art treasures,  unique Turkish-era steam baths,  friendly locals and prestigious spas. You must have guessed by now – yes, this is Budapest, a perfect honeymoon destination for those newlywed couples who value the finer things in life.

Even though this Hungarian capital still caries some traces of its  communist past, overall, Budapest managed  to retain its unique romantic atmosphere. Serene yet dynamic, this metropolis charms you with its scenic settings, such as famous public gardens and walks along the river as well as invigorates with nightlife entertainment that draws youth from all over Europe.

For serious coffee lovers, Budapest is the honeymoon destination of your dreams.  Some of the most famous coffee houses have been operating since the early 19th century! They welcome you and make it hard to resist the temptation to enjoy a freshly brewed cup of coffee with unique varieties of pastry found only at particular shops. Serving as a meeting place for artists, politicians and people of culture, these coffee shops can tell you incredible stories of love and treachery, political movements and pursuits of politicians, great victories and shameful defeats – everything that happened within their walls.

budapest honeymoon packages

While this black magic beverage is considered by many to be healing and rejuvenating, Budapest offers another benefit for your health. The city is rich in thermal (hot) springs, and lots of spas here offer you a chance to spoil yourself and your partner, receive beauty treatments and health benefits all in one spot.

Architecture is another “selling point” of the city. Your neck will hurt because of the constant looking up at the buildings and historical monuments. Furthermore, the city is rich in architecture of different styles – you can explore the remains of the ancient Roman city of  Aquincum and the Gothic castle of Buda,  admire excess of  baroque embellishments and elegance of Art Nouveau buildings.  In addition, Budapest boasts not one, but two UNESCO World Heritage Sites:  The banks of the Danube and the so called “Music Well” since 1987 as well as Andrássy Avenue since 2002. After your trip to Budapest, you can surely say to have obtained an informal architectural education.

Food and accommodations are by far more affordable than in other parts of Europe; however, be mindful that although Hungary joined the EU in 2004, Hungarian forint remains to be a local currency. Also remember that the best  time to travel to Budapest is from May to September, when the temperatures are quite mild and the weather is pleasant.

Romantic honeymoon in Budapest

Romantic honeymoon in Budapest

Share and Enjoy

  • Facebook
  • Google Plus
  • Delicious
  • Digg
  • LinkedIn
  • Reddit
  • Pinterest
  • StumbleUpon
  • Email

Related posts:

Chicago: "Paris on the Prairie"
With its scenic lakefront,  great cultural and historic attractions as well as world-class dining and shopping, Chicago ...
Hawaii: the Paradise for Honeymooners
It’s the place where you would love not only to spend your honeymoon but celebrate future anniversaries of this importan...
To Russia with Love
Meet Russia: Moscow honeymoon Moscow is the capital of Russia, the city with a mixture of ancient and modernity. Is the...

2 Comments → “ Budapest ”

  1. Oleg

    6 years ago

    I am from Ukraine and I was at Budapest, when I was 15years old. We stayed at Hotel Papillon. It was clean and cheap for us. After seeing the most interesting places of Budapest we decided to go on special long excursion inside The Hungarian National Parliament. By the way, the square of The Hungarian National Parliament is smaller than Buckingham palace in London only by four square meter! Also, we visited one special pastryshop with special marzipan products. This beautiful sweets shop is called SomesMarzipan and situated at SunParisStreet, 3. You can buy there tasty and pleasant candies which are produced from incredible marzipan. This shop works from 10:00 till 19:00 everyday. Have nice time at the capital of Hungary!


  2. Theo

    6 years ago

    It’s very easy to take a bike and enjoy Budapest riding around the city. Highly recommend!


Leave a Reply

WP Socializer Aakash Web