Start your day with 'vibrant' Jewish district
The smallest district of the city is also the most crowded. With street art in every corner, this area is also lined with cafes and bars - you will be spoilt for choice. Being vegetarian , we tried out the recommended Dobrumba, a stylish arabic/middle-eastern restaurant with a varied menu.
The jewish quarter also houses the 'Ruin Bars' of Budapest which are alive day and night. Szimpla kert was the first of these quirky looking bars and is also the most popular. Start here your site seeing for the 2nd day, with a local beer.
Don't forget to (at least) pass-by the Dohány Street Synagogue, the crown jewel of the jewish district.
Danube-boat-cruise-party OR Ruin-bars-pub-crawl
End the first day on a 'high'! With free flowing alcohol and electric party vibes present at both places, choose from danube boat cruise party or ruin bars pub-crawl. We did the pub crawl and tried to fit in a young, energetic and mad (mostly)college going crowd. It was fun!
If you take the boat cruise, then the parliament house, all lit up in the dark, will wow you.
'Segway' around the top attractions of the city - Buda Castle & Fisherman Bastion