1. Panoramic view of Pest from Fisherman’s Bastion

Panoramic view of Pest from Fisherman’s Bastion

To capture an eye-striking panoramic view of Pest side of the town, climb the steep hill in Buda or ascend from the Buda Castle to the Fisherman’s Bastion.
It gets its name from the medieval times, only about 100 years old when the Bastion was built to commemorate the fishermen who protected this side of the Budapest. The seven turrets represent different tribes that arrived at the basin in the late 9th century. It offers the best views in Budapest.
There are various other spots in the city that provide magnificent views, like the top of Gellert Hill, Danube Cruise for both Buda and Pest views, Basilica’s observation deck, Budapest Eye Ferris Wheel, Danube Promenade, etc.

  1. Play “Escape the Room” Live at Claustrophilia

Play Escape the Room Live

Ever thought to play Escape the Room, live? Here is your chance! It is a challenge, a puzzle that you have to solve in 60 minutes to get out of the room. It is a real life adaption of the game which involves searching for clues, solving puzzles and finding the solution to free your team from the chamber.
It begins with finding real objects and combining them with other clues using logic and ability to get near the final puzzle, which contains the key to the door. Keen observation, thinking out of the box and teamwork are the essential skills that will come handy inside the room!
For anyone visiting Budapest, who loves solving puzzles and games, it is a must-do, unconventional activity.