A stay in one of Budapest’s old spa hotels is like looking back at the golden age of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. They owe their existence to 80 hot springs under the city. Decorated in grand style, they often retain features as mosaics and carved stone. The Széchenyi Baths are outdoor and so warm that clouds of steam rise of the water.
If you are in relaxed mode, why not enjoy dinner on the Dunube? There are several floating restaurants which will take you on a voyage while you can try different delicious Hungarian dishes. A highlight of the riverside is the vast parliament building with its spires and gothic pinnacles.