Please Wait

Holidays To Budapest

It's Never Too Late To Book Your Holiday deals

Amazing Budapest a treasure trove of attractions is yours to explore with all-inclusive holidays to Budapest from Travel Center. Enjoy the ‘Pearl of the Danube’ resplendent with historical marvels and a modern cosmopolitan lifestyle. The beautiful Danube River curves across the city, distinctly dividing ‘Buda’ and ‘Pest. Relax at anyone of the 12 spas, supplied with thermal-water from springs located beneath the rolling-hills of Budapest. History buffs and lovers of art enjoy for Budapest boasts over 237 monuments, 35 theatres and 223 museums. Even better the city is home to 2000 year old Roman relics and 400 year old Turkish baths. Nothing beats the mesmerizing river side panorama and castle district which is quite magical when illuminated at night. Witness this astounding spectacle and you will understand just why it’s called ‘Queen of the Danube’ and is a World-Heritage-Site. Experience Europe’s best night-life here at the chic bars, trendy cafes and classy restaurants which burst to life under a blanket of stars. In Budapest the possibilities of having fun are endless. Satisfy your desires as you discover the wonders of this timeless European gem. Make plans today and book an all-inclusive holiday package to Budapest from Travel Center. You will enjoy the cheapest flights and best affordable accommodation for the whole family. Flexible booking options are an added convenience. Discover-Budapest!

Berlin & Budapest Christmas 2024
Two in one Europe Christmas market holiday with accommodation & flights

6 nights from £399 pp

Hungarian Grand Prix™ 2024
Spend your weekend with Grand Prix™ tickets, Flights and Accommodation

3 nights from £999 pp

Budapest Christmas 2024
Encounter a Gala holiday festival in this magnificent city with hotel stay & return flights

3 nights from £179 pp


look for a hassle-free travel experience and we strive to deliver more than what you expect.

Hassle-free Booking

Find all what you need for a peaceful travel in one place, so why search somewhere else? Flight to accommodation, transfers to holiday packages and what not?

Best Travel Agent

The arrangements are smoother, confirmations are received & follow-ups are on-time. What else do you need to embark on an expedition with an award winning Travel Agent in the UK.

Expert Advice

Our Travel Experts begin their journey with you at the very moment when you make an inquiry through one of our multiple channels and continue until you reach home safe.

Travel Assistance

We've made it ultra-easy to find your perfect holiday deals.

Travel Tips for when you're in Budapest

The best way to have a smooth trip? Our expert travel tips will help you save time and money

Time Zone

UTC+01:00 hour

Airlines Flying

British Airways, Ryanair, Brussels Airlines, KLM, Lufthansa



Best Time to Travel

May to September

Modes of Transport

Plane, Bus, Taxi, Metro train, Car

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 428.95 HUF

Check out our Top 10 attractions in and make sure you don't miss it

Royal Palace

This former royal palace has been broken and rebuilt about 12 times over the span of seven centuries. It was established by Bela IV in the mid 13th century and kings who followed after made subsequent changes. It was destroyed during the battle against the Turks in 1686 and rebuilt by the Habsburgs. Today it has two important museum s as well as a national library.

Szechenyi Baths

These baths are considered unusual because of its large size with 15 indoor pools and three outdoor pools. The men and women playing chess in the hot water baths on floating boards is quite a sight to see. Bathing suits have to be worn as the baths are open to both men and women at all times.

Szechenyi Chain Bridge

This bridge with towers flanking either side of it is the oldest and arguably most beautiful bridge on the Danube. It has been named in honor of its initiator, Istvan Szechenyi but was built by Adam Clark from Scotland. It was opened in 1849 and was the permanent dry link between Buda and Pest.


The parliament was designed by Imre Steindel in 1902 and has 691 beautifully decorated rooms although only several can be seen on the guided tour of the North Wing., the main staircase and landing, and where the crown of St. Stephen is on display the Domed hall. Ithas a blend of architectural design styles, that of neo gothic, neo Romanesque, and neo baroque.

Basilica of St. Stephen

This neo classic cathedral took about half a century to build and was finally completed in 1905. The interruption in construction was due to a dome collapsing in 1868 during a storm and had to be rebuilt and today gives incredible views.

Great Synagogue

This is the largest Jewish house of worship in the world apart from New York City. It was built in 1859 with Romantic and Moorish architectural elements. Inside is the Hungarian Jewish Musuem that contains items relating to religious and everyday life and a Holocaust Memorial Room with events from 1944 – 1945.

Memento Park

This is the home of 40 busts, plaques and busts of Lenin, Marx, Bela Kun and other controversial individuals. It’s a mind blowing place 10 km southwest of the city center. The most recent attractions include replicated remains of Stalins boots and an exhibition center displaying events 1956 and the changes that came about since 1989.

Fishermans Bastion

The Fisherman’s Bastion was built as a viewing platform in 1905 by Frigyes Schulek and offers the best views in Budapest. It gets its name from the medieval group of fisherman who defended this stretch of castle wall. The seven white turrets represent the Magyar tribes of the 9th century.

Aquincum Musuem

This museum has a vast collection of coins and wall paintings and is located on the western edge of what remains of this Roman settlement. Some items that can be expected to be seen here are the replica of a 3rd century portable organ known as a hydra and a mock up of a Roman bath.

House of terror

What once used to be the headquarters of the once greatly feared secret police is now a museum known as the House of Terror showing the crimes and atrocities that Hunagry’s fascist and Stalinist regimes carried out. Most of the exhibits deal with the years leading upto the 1956 uprising. The basement has a reconstructed prison cell and perpetrators gallery with photographs of spies and torturers.