Main sights in Budapest
Main sights in Budapest
Budapest is one of the most beautiful capitals in Europe. Our city pays special attention to the preservation of our historical values, so that the architectural masterpieces can be seen in their almost original condition to this day.
Let’s start the walk at Parliament. Our coronation jewels can be seen in the exhibition hall, and the building itself offers a wonderful view.
Designed by Imre Steindl, the building was born in the spirit of historic eclecticism, with a baroque floor plan and a basically neo-Gothic style. This monumental building was built in the spirit of Viennese Neo-Gothic.
Shoes on the banks of the Danube
After seeing the Parliament, we can walk across the banks of the Danube. The shoes on the banks of the Danube installation Holocaust Memorial. Its intellectual creator is the film director Can Togay, and its co-creator is the Kossuth Prize-winning sculptor Gyula Pauer. In 2016, it was voted the second best public sculpture in the world.
Cruise on the Danube
After visiting the monument, it is worth walking a bit in the same direction as the river Danube, then getting on the water and seeing the city from a cruise ship. Guided tours of the magnificent buildings on the right and left banks of the Danube will be shown during the guided tours. An unparalleled experience, don’t miss it.
Walk on the Chain Bridge
The Széchenyi Chain Bridge is the oldest bridge on the Danube. It is one of the symbols of the Hungarian capital and the first permanent bridge on the entire Danube section of Hungary.
Head to Buda Castle
After the walk on the Chain Bridge, you can immediately find yourself in the Buda Castle on the Buda Castle Cable Car. Not just a pleasant walking location. Here you can also find the Hungarian National Gallery, the Matthias Church and the Fisherman’s Bastion, without which you cannot leave the city.
Gellért Bath, Széchényi Bath
During a couple of days of visit, it is worth including a little bathing in the program. The healing waters of Budapest are world-famous, guaranteed to provide a pleasant rest after a tiring sightseeing tour.
You can spend a full day in one of the most promising parts of the city. Here you will find the Heroes’ Square, Vajdahunyad Castle and the Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden, which will enrich you with unique experiences.
The most beautiful coffee house in the world
Have a cup of hot coffee at the world’s most beautiful coffee house, New York Café. History comes to life within the walls of the 120-year-old building.
St. Stephen’s Basilica
The Neo-Renaissance church is one of the most significant church buildings in Hungary, one of the largest tourist attractions in the capital, and one of the main sites of the cult of St. Stephen. The building is named after the Hungarian founding king, St. Stephen, whose right hand, the Holy Right, is kept here as a relic. With a height of 96 meters, the building is one of the tallest in the country.