Hungary's romantic and elegant capital city was originally two separate cities built on either side of the Danube River, named Buda and Pest. Now united as one magnificent city, Budapest is filled with grand old buildings and elegant bridges, and is considered the "Paris" of Eastern Europe. Although the two districts have been combined, they still retain their distinct differences and personalities. Buda, the older, more charming part, has cobbled streets, colorful homes and medieval buildings. Pest, the commercial side of the city, is the fashionable part of town with stylish, chic shopping and picturesque tree-lined boulevards.

Good to Know

  • Small but lively gay scene; monthly gay and lesbian parties are on the rise
  • Magnum is Budapest’s largest gay sauna
  • Registered relationships legal since 2007

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K & K Hotel Opera


Welcome to the splendor of the K & K Hotel Opera, situated directly in the heart of Budapest. In this exceptionally popular city hotel in the center of Budapest, directly next to the opera, business and leisure can be ideally combined. The friendly and stylish atmosphere at our comfortable 4- star superior hotel offers a pleasant backdrop for all of your endeavors during your stay in Budapest.

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