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Nobody knows the SWISS destinations better than our staff. A restaurant that is not listed in every travel guide, an original bar, a charming café, or great tours with spectacular lookout points. Let our travel professionals inspire you with their tips.

The labyrinth under Buda Castle is an incredible system of caves and tunnels that’s one of the «Seven Underground Wonders of the World». It’s an amazing experience! And a little further out but well worth a visit is the Nancsi Neni Restaurant, which offers outstanding Hungarian cuisine in a beautiful garden. Taking a taxi is the best way to get there.

Bernhard
(Head of Austria & Central Eastern Europe)
Labyrinth of caves
Ördögarok ut 80
1029 Budapest
nancsineni.hu

The bath and spa culture in Budapest is unique. Every time I visit the city, I always try to spend at least a few hours at one of the three baths. Even though there are no men playing chess at the Gellért like at the larger Széchenyi, I still feel more drawn to this place. A beautiful jewel of Art Nouveau. Whether you’re relaxing in the bubble pool, romping in the wave pool, or swimming a few strokes in the outdoor pool – the baths are simply part of Budapest. Don’t forget your towel and flipflops.

Andrea
(Specialist Onsite Marketing)
Gellért Baths and Spa
Kelenhegyi út 4
1118 Budapest
+36 1 466 61 66
gellertbad.hu

The Most, at Zichy Jenő utca 17, is a cool bar with live music, a garden and a rooftop terrace. The bar also offers good and reasonably-priced food. It’s a popular place with locals, tourists and expats alike; and with the large tables, it’s really easy to start chatting to other guests.

Anita
(Regional Pricing & Revenue Specialist)
Bar The Most
Zichy Jenő utca 17
1066 Budapest
+36 70 248 33 22
mostbisztro.hu