The 2020 edition of the WTA Budapest Open will be played from February 17 this year and you can get all the information around the WTA Hungarian Ladies Open tickets here.

The ticketing details for the Hungarian Ladies Open 2020 have been released on their official website and you can take a look at them by going to their official website here. If you are looking to understand a bit more of the same, you can contact us and we will try to get as much information as possible from the organisers.

In the meantime, if you are considering visiting Budapest to watch the Hungarian Ladies Open, then continue reading. We have compiled here a very small guide to the lovely city of Budapest and all that it has to offer.

Often known as ‘Paris of the East’, Budapest is a culturally rich city that has a vivacious nightlife, a lively atmosphere, and a breathtaking architecture.

The city is modernized in every sense of the word and yet, is considerably cheaper than its counterparts in Western Europe. This is one of the reasons why Budapest (along with Hungary), is popular among tourists. If you are from a wealthier nation, or even if your income is significantly high, Budapest is the place where you will get the best value for your money.

Being the capital of Hungary, the city is well connected to the rest of the world. Depending on your preference, you can reach Budapest by air or by rail, through connecting flights or trains from other European cities like Prague, Munich, Berlin among others.

If you are traveling to Budapest only for a short time, say to enjoy the final’s weekend, then you can add a couple of things to your itineraries. The Parliament and the Royal Palace (also known as Buda Castle) are two landmarks which you simply cannot afford to miss.

The River Danube divides the city into two halves, with the Parliament on one side and the Buda Castle on the other. The Széchenyi Chain Bridge is one of the most popular bridges that connect the two halves.

Interestingly, the area to the west of Danube is called as Buda and the area to the east is called Pest. The Fisherman’s Bastian is a terrific place to visit as well, which is located on the Buda side of the Danube. This place offers a spectacular view of the Pest side, in addition to some impressive examples of neo-Gothic architecture.

WTA Hungarian Ladies Open Tickets details will be updated here when they are released.