With the Buda Castle in the background, the Hungarian capital’s first bridge, now a monument, is a fascinating spectacle that has attracted many tourists to Budapest.
Situated at the end of Andrássy Avenue and at the gateway of the City Park - a masterpiece of city planning from every perspective.
Andrássy Avenue is a 2,310-metre boulevard lined with buildings in varied architecture, constantly widening from the city center towards the City Park.
The Church of Our Lady (Matthias Church) at Buda Castle commemorates Hungarian history in all its details. The richly decorated walls and Gothic windows depict the lives of Hungarian national heroes and saints. The church witnessed the coronation of the last two Hungarian kings and it is still the
venue for high-level church and state ceremonies today. The church regularly welcomes visitors with concerts and exhibitions.
This 2,800-metre-long island in the Danube is guaranteed to be the greenest part of the city.
The Gellért Hill is the capital’s popular excursion place. The Citadel can also be found here.
The Hungarian Parliament, richly decorated both inside and out, was inspired by the Houses of Parliament in London, thus it was designed in Neo-Gothic style, although it also bears Renaissance and Baroque stylistic flourishes.
With 21 pools, Széchenyi Bath is one of the largest bathing complexes in Europe.