Top sees for a fee

Manchester Evening News - - TRAVEL -

For only 3000 HUF (around £8) you can get un­lim­ited plays in the Flip­per Mu­seum, ded­i­cated en­tirely to clas­sic pin­ball. Home to 130 ma­chines, it is Europe’s ‘largest on­go­ing in­ter­ac­tive mu­seum ded­i­cated to pin­ball ma­chines’.

With an in-house snack bar and toi­let fa­cil­i­ties, you can spend the whole day here if you so wish. Szechenyi Baths of­fer a re­laxed day of soak­ing and spa treat­ments, but by the week­end nights trans­forms into a ‘sparty’: a night-time rave with drinks and live mu­sic.

Tick­ets range from 4900 HUF (around £13) and can be pur­chased on­line in ad­vance to avoid dis­ap­point­ment. To get the most out of your time in Bu­dapest, try a guided bike tour.

Led across Bu­dapest and it’s UNESCO World Her­itage sites, why not try it out on your first day to

get an idea and over­view of the city. With prices start­ing at £21, you can be ori­ented and even take in the cus­tom­ary mid­day cof­fee and pas­try stop.

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