To get a sense of what makes Budapest tick, spread your wings and explore nearby neighborhoods like Budapest, Budaors, and Obuda.
Paty has plenty of cultural attractions within easy reach that allow visitors to really get a feel for the area. Take the time to see the many museums such as the Hungarian National Museum, the Liszt Ferenc Memorial Museum and the Hungarian Jewish Museum and Archives. Arts lovers can enjoy a night of great entertainment at venues such as the Hungarian State Opera House, the Vigado Concert Hall and the Comedy Theatre of Budapest. Pay a visit to the Hungarian National Gallery, to get your fix of art.
This spot offers locals and visitors alike a wide selection of outdoor adventures such as Palvolgyi Cave. The conservation reserves such as Margaret Island, give visitors an insight into the animals and plants which inhabit the local area.
If you have time in and around Paty, treat yourself with a visit to Liberty Statue, the Szechenyi Istvan Square and Rudas Baths. Whatever your religious background, you’ll be moved by the serene atmosphere at sacred places like Matthias Church and the Inner City Parish Church. Blow the dust from the pages of Budapest’s past by exploring some historic sites, such as Buda Castle.
If you are ready to splash some cash, explore Vaci utca, the WestEnd City Center and the Great Market Hall.
Nearby Ferenc Puskas Stadium is a great place to catch a game of soccer, and to see local legends, the Hungary national football team, in all their glory. To endear yourself with the locals, be sure to wear red and white, the colors of the Hungary national football team.
At the end of a day enjoying Paty, put up your feet and relax at one of the area’s hotels or serviced apartments. For a good night’s sleep be sure to check out the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest, the Mercure Budapest Korona Hotel, and the Sofitel Budapest Chain Bridge.