The Most Instagrammable Spots in Budapest

Chain Bridge from tram line bridge | © Randy Connolly / Flickr
Chain Bridge from tram line bridge | © Randy Connolly / Flickr
Photo of Alex Mackintosh
12 June 2017

Fairy tale architecture, sweeping city views, old world charm, unique and eclectic cafés and bars…there’s a lot which makes Budapest an Instagrammer’s dream city. So much in fact, that it can be hard to pick the most Insta-worthy spots to photograph. Here’s a look at some of the most beautiful places in the Hungarian capital to feature on your feed.

Széchenyi Thermal Baths

Spa, Swimming Pool, Health Spa
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Often nicknamed the City of Spas, Budapest isn’t short on thermal baths. The yellow brick walls, blue waters and partially outdoor location of the Széchenyi Thermal Baths make them the perfect choice for adding colour to your Instagram feed.

Szimply

Szimply

Szimply Brunch | © Colin Gibson

For picture perfect food, look no further than this small café in central Budapest serving up a healthy, good looking all day brunch menu. Nothing says Instagram like avocado toast, while their sister coffee shop across the courtyard offers picture perfect latté art to complete the shot.

Szimply, Röser udvar, Károly krt. 22, Budapest, Hungary

New York Café

New York Cafe Budapest

New York Cafe Budapest | © Wei-Te Wong / Flickr

A meeting point for famous writers and intellectuals during the 19th and 20th centuries, today the New York Café remains a Budapest institution. The ornate decorations, abundance of marble and beautiful food make it worthy of any Instagram feed.

New York Café, Erzsébet krt. 9-11, Budapest, Hungary +36 1-8866-167

The Széchenyi Chain Bridge

Architectural Landmark, Bridge
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Chain Bridge Budapest
Chain Bridge Budapest | © Namor Trebat / Flickr

Opened in 1849, Budapest’s Chain Bridge connects Buda and Pest by foot and by car. Its cast iron features, stone lion sculptures and vantage point over the Danube all contribute to its popularity among photographers and Instagrammers hoping to capture one of the city’s most iconic monuments.