Best 3 sightseeing places for today
1: Fishermen’s Bastion:
Fishermen's Bastion is only 100 years old, and tourist's favorite lookout. In medieval times, the fish market was nearby and the bastion was built to commemorate the fishermen who protected this part of the city. The seven tent-like turrets symbolize the seven Hungarian tribes that arrived to the Carpathian Basin in 896.
You can take the Funicular from the Chain Bridge, or even you can walk up if you are brave enough for that.
You have to pay for the lookout but the view is stunning so it's worth the money.
2: Budapest Eye:
Which is officially known as the Sziget Eye as it is placed in the Sziget during tthe festival. This is one of the world's largest mobile ferris.The giant wheel located in the Erzsébet Square in the heart of the city center. It offers fantastic views over Budapest day and night. It's height is 65 meters tall, and carries 42 capsules. It has a capacity of 332 people and at night it's lightened up with over 10,000 colored lights.
Opening hours are from 10 am to midnight from Sunday through Thursday and from 10 am to 2 am on Fridays and Saturdays.
3: Park Millenáris
is a modern cultural complex with exhibition halls, a large park with a pond and awesome custom-built playgrounds.
This park is a child-friendly venue in Budapest. There are puppet shows, theater performances, handicraft workshops and concerts for kids