Visit the Bela Bartok memorial house to see beautifully restored Transylvanian texiles in an elegant villa in the Buda Hills.
City Views by Tram
Take the tram from Jaszai Mari Ter to the Great Market Hall to enjoy stunning views of Parliament, the Danube and the Buda Castle district across the river.
Wander & Wonder
Stroll the Seventh District, taking in the synagogues, Ruin bars - a collection of fashionable Budapest bars in derelict buildings and factories - and the nooks and crannies of the old Jewish Quarter.
Wonder at the old palaces in The Palota district (not to be confused with the castle district), which is also home to the National Museum. Visit the Wenckheim Palace, a neo-Baroque masterpiece, which now houses the Szabo Ervin library.
Soak and steam in the Art Nouveau Gellert spa, or the Baroque Szecnehyi or Rudas Turkish baths.
Visit Kerepesi Cemetery for a fascinating walk through the final resting places of the great and good of Hungary, ornate mausoleums, Soviet graves, the Communist pantheon and the graves of many famous Hungarians.
Markets & Music
Enjoy a short Saturday morning concert at the Franz Liszt memorial house followed by a trip to the Producers Street Market on Hunyadi ter.