Travel Guide Budapest – Budapest sights with detailed informations
The Royal Palace includes a number of excellent museums and a breathtaking panoramic view. The visitors feel back in time to a different, peaceful world where Roman Baroque houses’ gateway stones and finely carved knighthood sedilias can be found. In this district we can take a time travel from the relics of Roman times (Aquincum ruins) to the modern Budapest.
PARLIAMENT & SURROUNDINGS
The building of Parliament is a real gem of the Danube bank, which is surrounded by a number of other attractions awaiting the lovers of grand buildings. By walking over the Chain bridge, Budapest’s main symbol we can see an unforgettable experience. Discover with us the district of Parliament.
GELLÉRT HILL & SURROUNDINGS
Several must-see sights and world famous spas are waiting for the visitors here. The Gellert Hill, which is perfect for smaller trips also, attracts in every season the ones, who want to enjoy the beautiful panoramic view of Pest.
VÁROSLIGET & SURROUNDINGS
Városliget (City Park), which includes the Heroes’ Square also is the largest park of Budapest. It is a popular relax and cultural center. Several museums can be found here, such as the Art Gallery and Museum of Fine Arts, which exhibits attract each year thousands of tourists.
The touristical and business center of Budapest awaits the visitors with nice restaurants, intimate pedestrian streets and a mixing style of buildings. The luxury shops of the Andrássy avenue, the old-fashioned central hotels and cozy restaurants raised Budapest to a real cosmopolitan city.
MUST SEE SIGHTS
We compiled our most beloved Budapest attractions and sights that we visit the most often during our wanders in the city.
They say that if the crown of Andrássy út is Heroes’ Square, then the Hungarian State Opera House must be its wedding ring. The Neo-Renaissance building of the State Opera House was designed by Read more...
The Széchenyi Chain Bridge is the first permanent bridge over the Danube between Buda and Pest. Built in 1849, it played a major role in the unification of Pest, Buda and Óbuda later in 1873. Its Read more...