Culinary neighbourhoods: Budapest

From casual canteens to Michelin-starred restaurants, the Hungarian capital is full of places to dine out — nowhere more so than in the Jewish Quarter, Szabadság tér and Bartók Béla út

Neighbourhood: Budapest

In a city stuffed with attractions, find your own favourite pocket of Budapest — be it the lively Jewish Quarter, the gleaming battlements of Buda or Hungary's very own Champs-Élysées.

Don't miss: Budapest 100

Get behind the doors of Hungary's most beautiful and otherwise off-limits buildings during a celebration of the structures that are at least a century old.

City life: Budapest

Grand architecture, centuries of tradition and left field thinking have established Budapest as a city break of some distinction. But it's the 21st-century developments that have given it a rebooted chic and adventurous personality

Europe rail: A Viennese whirl and Budapest break

Let the train take the strain and head from Milan to Vienna and Budapest, taking in the museums, Sachertorte, schnitzels, trams, waterparks and more

Europe's best budget breaks

If you had a £300 travel budget what would you do with it? We've pulled together ideas for you to try, from city escapes and day breaks to thought-provoking tours further afield, to prove you can get away without spending a fortune.