07 Mar WHAT TO DO AFTER THE BOAT PARTY?
The party boat might be the most entertaining bit of Budapest, but of course, this ever-changing, never-sleeping city has a lot to offer. Here are some tip on how to complete your stay at Budapest. Cross all these activities from your bucket list, and you will return home with some unforgettable memories!
CYCLE AND DRINK… AT THE SAME TIME
This may sound exhausting at first, but the truth is quite the opposite: beerbikes offer you an extremely cool and memorable group activity. These rollin’ beer cans can welcome larger groups at once, and can be safely driven through the streets of Budapest, while you and your friends do what you usually do indoors: drink. Don’t worry, your drunken haze won’t jeopardize the beerbike, which is operated by a professional. All you have to do is drink and cycle… are you up for it?
ESCAPE FROM AN EXCITING GAME
Are you ready for a challenge? Do you have what it takes to escape from an underground system of traps, riddles and puzzles? If you have the courage to try yourself in a really edgy situation, you should visit an escape room in Budapest! These real-life games offer you a series of adventures and thrill, as you have to solve mysteries and find hidden objects to make your way out. There is a wide variety of escape rooms in Budapest, and you shouldn’t go home without visiting one. Just like a survival game… only better!
EAT SOME HUNGARIAN SAUSAGES
We’re sure that your guide book provides you with some valuable advice on Hungarian cuisine, but one can’t really indulge in a country’s traditions, until you taste something so peculiar, that guide books don’t even dare to describe. Cooked Hungarian sausage and liver sausage (known as “sült kolbász” and “sült hurka”) are perfect examples of this type of culinary pleasures: you better off not knowing how it’s made. But if you like to taste something different, ask directions to the next market hall (there a several in Budapest’s center, located in historic buildings), and try “hurka-kolbász”.
RIDE METRO LINE 4
Recently inaugurated, the fourth underground line of Budapest (also called as the “green metro” or “green line”) looks chillingly futuristic. With its unique station designs and post-industrial style, Metro Line 4 impresses all architecture enthusiasts, and excites all sci-fi funs, who can experience a part of the future, while traveling with this otherwise public form of transport.