Europe offers exciting options for a guys’ weekend, and Budapest is one of the top places to have on the must-visit list. The Hungarian Capital has an array of places to see and things to do. Whether it’s a break from stressful work or a stag party, the city gives more than you can take. A weekend won’t be enough to enjoy the marvel that is Budapest, but it’s all the time you have so, what to do with it?
Budapest is renowned for its hot springs. Take a trip to the Szechenyi thermal baths near hero square and you won’t regret it. After months of non-stop work or planning a wedding, there is no better way to decongest. A plunge in one of the baths is highly recommended after a night of partying, especially if you have a hangover. You can also visit the vast selection of spas in the city, and it will be worth it. Take a couple of hours and let your body enjoy the feel of a whirlpool or underwater jets. You can also see some of the top historic sites in Europe for free.
If you intend to try out some Hungarian delicacies, then Budapest has more than you can chew. Choose from cordon bleu cuisine in places like the Bock Bistro Pest and Restaurant Goa to eateries in Belvarosi Piac or anything in between. You can get restaurants that serve all kinds of dishes whether international or local.
What’s a guys’ weekend without a bit of adrenaline? Go paragliding in Budapest and enjoy the exquisite scenery from a bird’s eye view. Always ensure your travel insurance direct covers some activities. A visit to Top Gun Budapest is a chance to enjoy some shooting activities with real guns. There are several shooting clubs you can try out. For Formula One aficionados, you can’t pass up the chance to see the Hungaroring motor-racing circuit.
A visit to one of the many clubs in Budapest would cap off a great guys weekend. The nightlife in the Hungarian Capital is as vibrant as you would expect in a European town. You can opt to go clubbing in the ruin pubs like Szimpla Kert. Two streets will offer clubbing sceneries when in Budapest; Liszt Ferenc ter and Raday utca. Pick from the twenty or so establishments lining the streets. If you want to combine dinner and drinks, then you will find some nice places here.
If you are a wine person, then Budapest offers quite a marvel. Taste the history of Budapest in a bottle of wine from Tokaji to other delicious vineyard products. Visit Budapest’s Castle District and roam the cave labyrinth to discover new wine tastes and fragrances. Hop in a wine bar, or if you have time, the Budapest Wine Society and bring along a souvenir.