The metropolis lies in the heart of Hungary. Budapest runs along the banks of the Danube, which, flows through the middle of the city and divides it into the two unequal city halves: the hilly, romantic buda and the flat modern plague.
Vacation in Budapest
Buda is the “open -air museum” by Budapest ... Almost every house is under monument protection. Here is also the huge castle palace and the Gellértberg with statue of freedom and citadel. From here you have an impressive look at the whole city. The district was included in the World Heritage Site by UNESCO. In Pest you can visit the imposing parliamentary seat, which is almost 300 meters long and 100 meters high, take a walk through the streets lined with town houses or browse through the art and antique shops.
Cozy, global and ambitious ... Everywhere imposing buildings, magnificent churches and large places are reminiscent of the historical past of the K.U.K. Monarchy. Nine bridges lie between the northern and southern end of the city, with the chain bridge - as the oldest and therefore most important - is also the symbol of the city. You should not miss the unforgettable view of the Fischerbastei, a monument to the seven former Hungarian tribes with seven towers. It rises on the Burgberg at the site of the medieval fish market in Buda. An oasis of calm is the popular margarethen island with huge trees and spacious lawns.
Sports & Freetime
Tennis, sailing, surfing, water skiing, riding, squash, bowling, bowling, tennis, surfing and sailing school, paintball, zoo, luna-park, tropicharium, museums, folklore, discos, night clubs, large circus, Budavárer Labyrinth: 1,200 m long Cave system at 16 m depth inside the Burgberg with mysterious exhibitions
Balaton (Around 1 hour)
Eger Viticulture center, castle, beautiful city center with monuments, cafés, restaurants
Kurbad Hévíz Famous spa with Kursee, Auto-poor city center with concerts, cafes, shops, internet cafés
Visegrád Castle, royal palace, water bastion, Danube
Burgviertel The Budapest Burgviertel and the Burgberg are parts of the World Heritage Site in Budapest and are on the Buda side of the city. You find buildings of historical importance, including three churches, several monuments and six museums.
Fischerbastei A monument to the seven earlier Hungarian tribes with the 7 towers on the site of the former medieval fishing market
Gellértberg The building stands for the unprecedented construction of the late 19th and early 20th centuries
Margaret Island The Margaret Island is a narrow island between the Margaret Bridge and the Árpád Bridge. The island with its special nature, sports, bathroom and entertainment options, the huge trees and the good transport options is a great resort.
Váci utca The sophisticated Váci Utca is the queen of the Budapest shopping streets. In the pedestrian zone between Vörösmarty Tér and Szabad Sajtó út you will find the branches of the international fashion chains and fashion designers as well as leather and shoe stores, shops for sports and leisure, cosmetic and beauty salons. You will be enchanted!
Old city pubs, many restaurants, pastry shops with Hungarian treats, cafés, night bars, numerous shops (no shop closing law), pharmacies, car workshops for all types, ATMs, exchange offices, post office, sports fields, 2 opera houses, 47 theater, 16 concert halls, 7 open -air stage, 33 Cinemas, 220 museums and galleries and 120 thermal springs
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