Experiences

Discover one of the most beautiful capitals of Europe as the guest of D8 Hotel! Thanks to the perfect location of our hotel, you can experience the magic of Budapest without compromise.

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Chain Bridge

One of the best-known symbols of the Hungarian capital, the Chain Bridge guarded by the stone lions is just a few minutes’ walk from D8 Hotel. It was the first permanent bridge between Pest and Buda as well as on the whole Danube section in Hungary. Its construction was initiated by Count István Széchenyi, the architect was the English William Tierney Clark, and the construction manager was Adam Clark from Scotland. However, not even this exceptional masterpiece was spared by the storms of history: the Chain Bridge was exploded during the second world war, and then, it was rebuilt for the 100th anniversary of the inauguration of the bridge.

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Shopping time!

The most beautiful shopping streets
(Deák Ferenc Street, Vörösmarty Square, Váci Street)

The famous shopping streets of Budapest are just a few minutes’ walk from our hotel. The offers of the famous international brands as well as the prominent brands of the Hungarian fashion industry are all found in one place. The outdoor mall situated between the beautiful buildings is a hustle and bustle all year round, and it is the venue of a cosy Christmas fair in winter.

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St. Stephen’s Basilic

The St. Stephen’s Basilica, one of the most significant tourist attractions of Hungary, is a nice walking distance from D8 Hotel. It is worth admiring the interior of the fascinating architectural masterpiece and its 96 meter-high dome, from where the view of the city is magical. It is a special experience to walk in one of the cafés or restaurants in front of the Basilica and be absorbed in the view of the spectacular environment.

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Hungarian Parliament Building

The Hungarian Parliament Building is just a 15 minutes’ walk from the hotel, right by the Danube. Discover one of the oldest and most beautiful legislative buildings of Europe, and don’t miss the unique, traditional changing of the guard at Kossuth Lajos Square!

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Dohány Street Synagogue

The Dohány Street Synagogue, or the Great Synagogue, is located in the 7th district of Budapest, in Dohány Street. It is the biggest synagogue of the progressive Hungarian Jews and that in the whole Europe.
It is an important symbol of the Hungarian Jews and a significant tourist attraction, as well. Up to this day, it plays an active role in the cultural life of the capital, as it is a place for classical concerts, several festivals, and there are also organ concerts and cantor performances organised here.

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Castle of Buda

The Castle of Buda is one of the most significant architectural masterpieces of Budapest, and it was once home to the Hungarian kings in the 13th century.
The rooms and the chambers have not been restored, thanks to which the Castle of Buda is operated as a modern cultural institution today. The Hungarian National Gallery, the National Széchényi Library and the Budapest History Museum are all found here.