You can find on this page the Budapest tourist map to print and to download in PDF. The Budapest tourist attractions map presents the monuments, museums, parks and points of interest of Budapest in Hungary.

Budapest tourist map

Map of Budapest points of interest

The Budapest sightseeing map shows all tourist places and points of interest of Budapest. This tourist attractions map of Budapest will allow you to easily plan your visits of landmarks of Budapest in Hungary. The Budapest tourist map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Tourism and catering also deserve mention, the capital being home to thousands of restaurants, bars, coffee houses and party places. Margaret Island is a 2.5 km (1.6 mi) long island and 0.965 square kilometres (238 acres) in area as you can see in Budapest tourist map. The island mostly consists of a park and is a popular recreational area for tourists and locals alike. The island lies between bridges Margaret Bridge (south) and Árpád Bridge (north). Tourists visiting Budapest are provided with free maps and information about "points of interest" by BTDM at its info-points. 24 h and 72 h Budapest card is available for visitors. During the card validity public transport is free, and discount is available in lots of museums, restaurants, and other places of interest.

Budapest has long been beloved as one of Europe most photogenic capitals. Tourists and travellers have been heading here for centuries, eager to experience the energy of its iconic nightlife before rejuvenating in the thermal baths and spas as its mentioned in Budapest tourist map. Speaking of iconic, the Danube splits the city down the middle, the border between historic Buda and thrilling Pest, shimmering all the while. It is a tremendously grand place. There is no shortage of brilliant things to do here, and the best attractions in Budapest read like a best-of list for the continent as a whole.

Tourists who are planning to visit Hungary should start by visiting the capital Budapest, is visited by around 30 million tourists each year, particularly those who value beauty of nature and the quiet life. The Danube River is located in the center of Budapest which is the largest city in the country as its mentioned in Budapest tourist map. It is a political, economic and industrial center and can be easily accessed by tourists through various ways of transportation due to its location in the heart of Europe and its shared borders with seven countries. Budapest has a population of around million people. It constitutes fifth of the population of the country. The city is divided into two parts: Buda and pest separated by the Danube river, and linked together through nine bridges, of the oldest and most important of these bridges is the "chain" bridge, which lends the city a special charm.

Budapest attractions map

Map of Budapest tourist places

The Budapest attractions map shows the main monuments, museums and parks of Budapest. This tourist places map of Budapest will allow you to easily plan your visits of tourist attractions of Budapest in Hungary. The Budapest attractions map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Towering over the Danube, Budapest Castle Hill (Várhegy) contains many of the city most important medieval monuments and museums as you can see in Budapest attractions map. Topping the list of these impressive structures is the 18th-century Buda Castle (Budavári Palota), a massive 200-room palace that replaced a 13th-century castle built to protect the stronghold from Mongol and Tartar attacks. A highlight of a walk around Budapest lovely pedestrian-friendly cobbled streets is the area around the country architecturally pleasing Parliament building (Országház). Along with its neighbors, the Museum of Ethnography and the Ministry of Agriculture, it is perhaps one of the city most attractive quarters architecturally. The Danube (or "Duna" in Hungarian) flows through Budapest from north to south, and in some places within city boundaries is as much as 640 meters wide. One of the top free things to do in Budapest is strolling along the Danube Promenade (Dunakorzó), a pleasant century-old riverside walk that extends between the Elisabeth and Széchenyi Chain Bridges.

Budapest St. Stephen Basilica (Szent István-bazilika) is a popular attraction for its impressive architecture, the beauty of its interior, and the panoramic views from its dome. The cathedral as its shown in Budapest attractions map is dedicated to St. Stephen, Hungary holy king and the founder of the Hungarian state, and construction began in 1851, but after several construction setbacks–including the collapse of its unfinished dome–it was not dedicated until 1905. Overlooking the Danube, on the spot where the city fishermen guild built their defence walls in the Middle Ages, stands the impressive Fisherman Bastion (Halászbástya). This exquisite collection of Neo-Romanesque towers, courtyards, colonnades, and walls was built between 1895 and 1902, and is one of the most popular points in the city for tourists, largely for its spectacular views over the city and the Danube.

Matthias Church as its mentioned in Budapest attractions map, also known as The Church of Our Lady (Nagyboldogasszony-templom), is a prominent landmark on Castle Hill. It was completed in 1269, and its magnificent south doorway with its relief depicting the Death of Mary was added in the 1300s. Another of Budapest most striking features is the panoramic Gellért Hill (Gellért-hegy), a 235-meter block of dolomite that falls steeply down to the Danube. It is here along the hill geological fault line that several of the city most famous medicinal springs emerge to supply the Gellért Spa and Rudas Baths, which have lured visitors from far and wide since the 13th century. Located just across the Freedom Bridge from the Gellért Spa is Budapest Central Market Hall (Nagyvásárcsarnok). Also known as the Great Market Hall, you can not miss it for its central location and its roof of colorful Zsolnay tiles from the town of Pécs.

Budapest zoo map

Map of Budapest zoo park

The Budapest zoo map shows recommended tours of the Budapest Zoological Park. This zoo map of Budapest will allow you to easily find out where each animal is and where to picnic in the Zoological Park of Budapest in Hungary. The Budapest zoo map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden is one of the oldest in the world with its almost 150 years of history. The first idea of the foundation dates back to 1820-30s but the 1848-49 Revolution and War of Independence and the era of Opression did not favour the idea of founding a zoo in Hungary. Finally, the initiation of a group of patriots took form in 1866 and the first Hungarian Zoo opened its gates to the sound of the midday bell on August 9th. Among the founding fathers were the geologist József Szabó, Ágoston Kubinyi, the Director of the National Museum, József Gerenday, the Director of the Botanical Garden of Budapest and most importantly János Xántus, a recognised zoologist, ethnographer and the first director of the Budapest Zoo. Besides Hungarian species the zoo housed several rare species of monkeys, lemurs, parrots, camels, kangaroos and other special animals as you can see in Budapest zoo map. It had neither lions, nor tigers or elephants at that time. The first giraffe arrived two years after the opening in 1868. It was donated to the Zoo by Franz Joseph with Queen Elizabeth intervention.

The main entrance and some of the pavilions are fine examples of Art Nouveau design. Budapest zoo is home to nearly 9,000 animals representing some 850 species as its shown in Budapest zoo map. Its specialties are domestic animals and rare and endangered wildlife species, particularly apes and ungulates. Perhaps the most iconic building from the Budapest Zoo is the elephant house, which resembles an ornate mosque. While it once housed elephants in confined stalls, it is now primarily a facility from which visitors can view elephants that are grazing outdoors nearby, and where elephants can enter to find shade and shelter from rain. The Budapest zoo is incredibly easy to access – even for travelers who do not have a car. Because of its convenient location across just behind the Museum of Fine Arts and only a few steps from Vajdahunyad Castle, you will probably already be within a stone throw of the Budapest Zoo at sometime during your visit.

Admission varies by ticket type, with a full price adult ticket priced at about $10 USD at the time of this writing as its mentioned in Budapest zoo map. One of the most affordable tickets for access into the Budapest Zoo can be purchased by showing the cashier at the entry gate a student ID. As well as a menagerie, the zoo is also known for its architecture, the Art Nouveau buildings of the early 1900s designed by Károly Kós and others. Visit the Palm House for its tropical birds and wildlife from the Americas – but also to admire the design of Gyula Végh. Kornél Neuschloss brings together Indian and African elements with iconic Zsolnay tiling to create an exotic home for the zoo elephants. All tolled, some 1,000 creatures can be observed – look out for new-borns and feeding times.