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Budapest Hen Do, Party & Weekend Activities

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Bobsledding Experience. Night out.
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Horse Riding Experience. Night out.
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Budapest Hen Weekends


One of the more established hen party destinations for an amazing weekend, Budapest has its very own character. In recent years, Budapest has taken on...

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role of this region's party town. The food and wine are excellent and well-priced, while there is only one word to describe the nightlife and that is amazing. The city of Budapest with the Buda Hills to the west and the start of the Great Plain to the east, is not one that lags behind for a hen night as it offers everything and anything. Anything from city tours and high adrenaline pumped activities to sexy extras, there clearly is a reason why this is one of Europe's party capitals.


Culture:


Budapest hosts numerous festivals throughout the year and timing a trip to coincide with one of them offers visitors a great way to see the city in a different light. From the world-class culture of the Budapest Spring Festival in March, to the high-adrenaline excitement of the Hungarian Grand Prix in July, the Hungarian capital has something to offer every cultural palate. The International Wine Festival in Castle District at the beginning of September is an event that makes your hen weekend in Budapest even more memorable: you can taste award winning Hungarian Wines, listen to music concerts, and taste gastronomic delights.


Famous for:


Budapest is world famous for its artistic abundance of concerts, operas, recitals, galas, exhibitions and spa baths and has some of the most wonderful restaurants in Europe. Budapest is located on the banks of the Danube River and is well known to have some of the world's finest Turkish baths around. It is also the capital city of Hungary which is green filled parks full of great pleasures, museums that will inspire visitors, and a pulsating nightlife that is on par with its European counterparts, Budapest is one of Europe's most delightful and enjoyable cities in the world.


Travel info:


By plane - Budapest Franz Liszt International Airport , Budapest Liszt Ferenc Nemzetk'zi Rep'l?t'r (pronounced "list-ferents") is the country's largest airport, located about 16 km (10 miles) southeast of the city centre. By train - Trains connect Budapest with almost all of the countries in central and eastern Europe. All of the trains arrive at Budapest Keleti station, unless it states otherwise.


Hen ideas:


So if you are `Hungary` for a totally different Hen Party, then Budapest is the answer as the activities are awesome! Whether you wish to try pistol shooting or a Trabant Rally or simply hit the town and check out its fantastically vibrant pub & club scene - there is amazing choice. Should you want some adrenalin action during your hen weekend in Budapest here is suggestion of activities: Budapest is one of the best venues for playing paint ball. An ex-Russian Military Base has been transformed to provide excellent setting. You can also try - Quad biking, Bob sleighing, Go-kartin, Horse riding, Clay pigeon shooting, Off-road driving.


Nightlife:


Hungary's capital has vivid nightlife that makes it a popular destination for entertainment seekers. Budapest offers a wide range of entertainment places from trendy clubs and bars, to ordinary pubs. Nightclubs and bars are incredibly cheap and there's enough going on to keep you up for days on end, with numerous clubs open long past sunrise and a culture that sees beer as its life-force.


Everybody can find a place that will suit their taste. If you want some fresh air during your Budapest hen weekend - Holdudvar on Margaret Island (Margitsziget) on the place of the former casino is a trendy garden caf'. Ruin pubs are the current trend in Budapest: these are retro-styled pubs and bars which often have an inner courtyard. Liszt Ferenc t'r and Nagymez? utca are in district 6 and offers a wide range of places for night clubbing.


Overview:


Budapest is divided in two by the famous River Danube with half of the city - `Pest` on the flat east bank, home to the famous swimming/spa baths. The other half of the city known as `Buda` is on the hilly west bank where you can find the royal palace & walled castle.


History:


During the first century, the Romans widened the border of their empire towards the Danube, and built up their military fortresses Aquincum, in today's Budapest area. Around the fortresses a city has developed, which remains can be found today at 'buda (stone roads, amphitheatres, bastions, and fortresses). The Roman regime collapsed towards the end of the 4th century and during this time the migrations the area of today's Budapest was under Hun, Longobard and Avar rule. The


Hungarians occupied the part of the city known as the Pest part at the end of the conquest in the 9th century. During the 11th century, an important crossing place had developed at the foot of the Gellert-hill. At the end of the 12th century there were a total of three settlements these were 'buda, Pest and one around the Gellert-hill.


Food/Restaurants:


Budapest has countless restaurants where you can sample hearty and tasty Hungarian dishes, but there's no shortage in international restaurants like Italian, Greek, Chinese, Japanese etc.


Gundel Restaurant - Has an early 1900's elegant interior, live gipsy music, traditional and reformed Hungarian dishes, wide range of wines.


Alab'rdos Restaurant - Has a Medieval interior with comfortable exclusive furniture, traditional and reformed Hungarian dishes, soft guitar music, Private services: The Central Market steam tables, Upstairs on the mezzanine of the Central Market Hall there are steam tables and food vendors.

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