Hungary’s capitalcity Budapest is actually made up of 3 unifiedcities, with Buda and Óbuda on the west bank of the Danube and Pest on the east bank. Much of the city has been granted UNESCO World Heritage Site status, and many visitors consider the city to be amongst the most beautiful cities in Europe.

The city successfully mixes its fascinating history with a brilliant, laid-back contemporary artistic style. There are a wide range of different things for visitors to see and do, from museums to thermal spas, so everyone should be able to find something that tickles their fancy.

Top things to do:

·        Parliament Building
·        Gellért Baths
·        Heroes’ Square
·        Margaret Island
·        Danube Promenade
·        House of Terror
·        St. Stephen’s Basilica
·        Hungarian State Opera House
·        Fisherman’s Bastion
·        Invisible Exhibition
·        Faust Wine Cellars
·        Memento Park
·        Dohány Street Synagogue
·        Ecseri Flea Market
·        Ruin Pubs
·        Buda Castle Hill Funicular
·        The Buda Hills
·        Andrássy Avenue
·        Liberty Statue
·        Citadella
·        Széchenyi Thermal Baths
·        City Park
·        Hungarian National Museum
·        Aquincum Museum and Ruin Garden

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