Belváros-Lipótváros, the V. district of Budapest is the heart of the capital city and is the administrative, commercial and touristic centre of Hungary. The V. district has 2 parts: Lipótváros and Belváros ("City centre"), which is the historic centre of Pest. Budapest's V. district is the most popular part of the city both under domestic and foreign tourists, as here can be visited the Parliament, the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the Vigadó Concert Hall, the Gresham Palace, the St. Stephen's Basilica, the world-famous Gerbeaud confectionary, the National Bank of Hungary, the Vaci Street (Fashion street), the Chain Bridge and the Vörösmarty Square famous for its Christmas Fair. This district has the most luxury hotels in Budapest, like the 5-star Sofitel Budapest Chain Bridge on the shore of the Danube or the Mercure Budapest City Center in Vaci street.
Mercure Budapest City Center**** - in the most famous pedestrian street Budapest Pricelist, Online Reservation
Hotel Sofitel Budapest Chain Bridge***** - Budapest Sofitel Pricelist, Online Reservation
Hotel Mercure Budapest Korona**** - 4 star hotel in Budapest Pricelist, Online Reservation
The Three Corners Hotel Art Budapest - hotel near to the Vaci street Pricelist, Online Reservation
Wellness weeks in Hungary - 2018.03.26.
I have always liked Hungary because this is an amazing country and its thermal baths and wellness hotels are very famous. I visited more wellness hotels but this year I succeeded in staying so nice hotel where I haven't been yet. I spent very pleasant days and I'd like to thank the team of Budapest hotels - Budapest hotel booking who helped me to find the best place for my holiday time.
Sights of Budapest - 2018.03.26.
Budapest, lying on both banks of the Danube, is a city which offers many historical and cultural sights.
The two banks of the Danube from Margaret Island to Gellert Hill, the Buda Castle Quarter, the Andrássy út and its historical environment are all the part of the World Heritage.
Some of the outstanding buildings are the Opera House, the Ballet Institute and the Music Academy. Under the street there is the Millenium Underground Railway, which was the first on the continent. Andrássy út leads to Heroes’ Square. The statues of outstanding Hungarian rulers and leaders stand in the semicircular colonnade. On the two sides of the square there are the Museum of Fine Arts and the Art Gallery.