Budapest is just bursting with the arts. There are over 200 museums and galleries. More than 800 monuments. 40 theatres. 7 concert halls and an Opera house (sing it) ♫ in a pear tree. ♫. Not to mention the stunning architecture of many of its buildings and their opulent interiors.
There isn’t a gay village. The gay bars & clubs are sprinkled around town; what’s left of them anyway. I was surprised when I put this guide together, how few gay venues there are now, compared to just a few years ago. Seems there’s been quite a shakedown!
Budapest, Hungary, Europe.
The Mercure Budapest City Center is on famous Váci utca in the heart of Budapest, a 2 minute walk from the Danube River. It offers air-conditioned rooms and an indoor parking lot. Free Wi-Fi is available in the entire hotel and there is a computer corner at the bar.
Built in wonderful Art Nouveau-style and opened in 1918, the impressive Gellért hotel shares the building with the world-famous Gellért Spa, on the Danube riverbanks, at the foot of Gellért Hill.
Last updated: January 1st. 2019