Pálinka, wine and beers
In Budapest, you will find plenty of alcoholic options.
For instance, you can have a pálinka, the national fruit brandy. Alternatively, if you fancy wine, you are in the right place. In fact, Hungary is one of Europe’s great wine-making countries, and it is home to 22 wine regions, mostly in the south of the country, although its most famous is in the north. Tokaji wine is legendary, for a lot of reasons.
Talking about beer, there are some very palatable cheap beers from Hungarian brands Soproni and Dreher in the form of their IPAs, though. And there are also some great craft beer bars starting to pop up around the city, such as Edison Bar & Ink, Krak’n Town, and Marionette Craft Beer House, just to mention a few.
With a mixture of natural, historical and cultural sites to visit, tourists are certain to find something to pique their interest in Budapest!
And if you are planning your next trip in this beautiful city, have a look at our portfolio of hotels in Hungary.