Top sees for a fee
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.