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Budapest is split up into 23 districts, in a very similar fashion to the way that Paris is split up. You’ll find the main attractions in districts 1, 2, 3 and 4, but the suburbs provide cheaper accommodation and a quieter nights rest, even if they are a metro away from the city centre. The city is literally split in to two halves by the Danube River, and Buda and Pest only became “whole” in 1973. Óbuda is on the west side, and contains many of the Medieval attractions like Castle Hill. Pest is on the eastern side, and whilst they might have the Parliamentary Buildings on this side, they also have the hipster café and bar culture Budapest is known for.

District 5, Inner City

Lipótváros and Belvaros run along the eastern side of the Danube, and host many of Budapest’s city attractions, making it the most popular area for travellers to stay in. There are riverside restaurants, boutique shops and winding alleyways to get lost in on Váci utca, but Saint Stephen's Basilica and the Synagogue offer more cultural proceedings if you want to get away from the shops. There are some really luxurious options for hotels here, but the simple hostels and guesthouses also provide a comfy room close to the bright lights.

District 1, Old Town

Budapests’ “city centre” is on the other side of the river to District 1, but this area contains the main attractions like Castle Hill, the Royal Palace, Matthias Church and the Fishermen’s Bastion. There are a few boutique hotels on this side which can offer a cheaper option than the city centre on the other side of the river, but bare in mind you’ll have to cross the Danube if you want to experience Budapest’s nightlife.

District 2, Rose Hill

Rózsadomb is one of the most exclusive places to live for locals in Budapest, but there are lots of family friendly apartments in this area too. You can still stay close to the river, the Turkish Baths and the metroline, but the district stretches far back into the greener spaces of Budapest (make sure you know where your hotel is!).

District 6, Terezvaros

Andrássy út is famous for being the “nice” part of town in Budapest, complete with café culture and 18th century architecture. There’s also a vibrant arts scene in Terezvaros, so stay in one of the luxe hotels or mid range options if you’d like to stay in a vibrant neighbourhood, that’s (a little bit) cheaper than district 5.

District 7, Erzsébetváros

This district was made for fun time travellers. Not only is it draped in history with heaps of cultural tours on offer, but some of the older buildings have now become ruin bars. The accommodation here lends itself well to young or budget travellers, as there are heaps of hostels and aparthotels that are cheaper than those in the inner city.

District 3, Óbuda

Óbuda is a little further out than the rest of the districts, but it still has a few apartments and B&Bs well suited to quiet travellers. This is also where you’ll find most of the Roman Ruins in Budapest, Óbuda Island, and lots of residential suburbs. Hotels here are also dramatically cheaper than those in other districts.