Budapest Tourist Map

Top Budapest Travel Guide offers probably the best interactive tourist map of Budapest, Hungary. Plus it’s not only the most comprehensive map, but it comes for free. Budapest Tourist Map also gives you a lot of options for further personalization (see below) in order to help you make the most out of your Budapest stay whether it’s for 1 day, 1 week or 10 years. It takes a few seconds till the tourist map downloads, so please bear with us.

Budapest Tourist Map

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How Can I Use Budapest Tourist Map?

Top Budapest Tourist Map is highly interactive and very precise (built on a Google map). You can zoom in and out either using the navigation arrows in the top left corner, or simply double clicking to zoom in. If you click on a map icon, you can learn a lot more about specific attractions, restaurants, bars, baths, kids favorites and other cool places. Another great feature of the Budapest map is that it contains all the Budapest Public Transportation (BKV) bus and tram stops and metro stations (you need to zoom in to see the little blue BKV icons of streetcars, trolley buses, subway and more).

Most Popular Specialized Interactive Maps on Top Budapest

Check out the most used maps we have made for your best of Budapest experiences.

Embed, Share Estimate Distances on the Map

By right clicking on two different points of Top Budapest Tourist map, you can define your destinations and get an estimate of distances (follow the instructions of the panel after the right click). You can also print, share or embed the specialized maps of Top Budapest easily. If you have any problems, send us an email at TopBudapest [at] gmail [dot] com.

 How to navigate yourself easily in Budapest without a map?

The beautiful bridges of Budapest always help you to locate yourself easily on your Budapest map, at least along the river Danube. The most central bridges of Budapest are the iconic Chain Bridge, the white modern Elisabeth Bridge and the green 19th century metal Liberty Bridge. If you memorise these three bridges you cannot get too lost.

The Buda Castle, the Fisherman’s Bastion on the Castle Hill, plus the Statue of Liberty on the Gellert Hill are of course great beacons on the Buda side, while the 96 metre high Basilica and the domes of the Hungarian Parliament are excellent towers to follow on the Pest side.

Fishermen Bastion Budapest

Fisherman’s Bastion Budapest – Di Gimmo Photography

Buda Castle and the Chain Bridge – Budapest, another high point in Budapest that makes navigation easier without having a map.

Buda Castle Royal Palace Budapest

Buda Castle Royal Palace Budapest – Ravipv Photography