For the first May bank holiday we decided to go to Budapest. Luckily, it was much warmer in Budapest than it was in London and we got to see some actual sun. We arrived late Friday night and went on a free walking tour on Saturday morning. The tour took us around most of the main sites in Budapest including St Stephens Basilica, the chain bridge and the Royal Palace. After the tour we made a tough walk up to the Citadel and got some great views across the city. We then went up to the top of St Stephens Basilica and got some more great views across the city. Feeling pretty exhausted from our walking around we decided to try some Hungarian wines before heading onto one of the famous 'ruin' pubs around Budapest. Finally we headed out for dinner and tried some Hungarian food. The next day we headed to the House of Terror which is a museum describing what happened in Budapest during World War II and then the communist year. The museum was great and a good mix between art and information. We then headed to one of the famous Budapest baths - Szechenyi Baths. The baths here were amazing a huge number of baths at varying temperatures from very cold to very hot. We walked around trying all these different baths and some of the steam and sauna rooms in the order advised by our walking tour: hot - sauna - plunge - shower and repeat. Feeling nice and relaxed after the baths we headed out to a nice garden-ish bar for a drink before heading out for some good hearty pork-knuckle and potato dumpling dinner. We then walked back into town to see the Chain Bridge lit up at night and to try some very beautifully scooped gelato (in the shape of roses). Our final tourist visit was the next day and was out to the Great Market Hall to see all the different foods for sale around the hall. After taking a few photos and buying some chillies we took the shuttle back to the airport.