Neighborhoods to Book a Hotel in Budapest
Settled in 13th century, the Castle District is graced by medieval walls. The neighborhood is home to numerous marvelous architectures like the Grand Royal Palace St. Matthias Church and the Fisherman's Bastion.
Running along the enormous Danube River, Watertown has a lot of narrow alleys and stairs. Basically home for artisans and fishermen, the neighborhood is excellent for jogging and walking.
Lying close to the city center, Rose Hill is a part of Buda Hills. The neighborhood is home to fashionable markets and luxurious hotels.
The neighborhood of Obuda is very famous for its long Danube coastline. Explore extensive Roman ruins of Aquincum or the old-town main square, an ideal example of well-preserved area.
Lying in north of the Belvaros, Leopold Town is the hub of business in Budapest. The area is home to many government buildings.