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Unlock the city

Though it is up to you how many experiences, programmes or adventures you want to try in 3 days, the offers that come with the 72-hour BUDAPEST CARD Plus are guaranteed to impress. This brand new city card, offering even more discounts and free services so that you can make the most of Budapest, is available from 15 October.

The BUDAPEST CARD Plus is available from 15 October in cooperation with Sziget Festival. The city card includes everything you need for a busy weekend, filled with adventures, in one of the most dynamically developing European capitals. 

Enjoy the view from a sightseeing boat, relax in one of the city’s most beautiful thermal baths, discover both Buda’s and Pest’s most exciting places on a guided walking tour, pick up your free chimney cake on a bustling downtown pedestrian street, and check out the most fascinating museums and exhibitions. But first, as soon as you arrive at the airport, pick up the BUDAPEST CARD Plus you purchased online and take advantage of your free airport transfer. 

Wandering the city streets, you might want to opt for public transportation, again free for card holders. Some of the many fantastic, not-to-be-missed offers: Visit A38, the club voted Europe’s best venue, at a discount; and enjoy a welcome drink at the Traveler’s Bistro. Plus, enjoy discounted prices at Costes Downtown, the sister restaurant to the Michelin-starred Costes, and take in a bird’s eye view of the city lights from the Budapest Eye. Free airport transfer and city transportation, cruising on the Danube, spas, concerts, museums, the coolest events and best restaurants at a discount… All you need to unlock the city is a BUDAPEST CARD Plus. 

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Photo: MTÜ

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