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Budapest Basilica

Budapest Basilica

Budapest is full of grandiose historic sights and the St. Stephen's Basilica is no exception! Lay your eyes (and cameras) on one of the largest church buildings in present-day Hungary, and learn about the ancient legend of the seven Hungarian chieftains and the first holy ki...

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Parliament

Parliament

An unmistakable symbol of Hungary, the home of the Holy Crown, part of the UNESCO World Heritage, a true architectural masterpiece, the most iconic building in our beloved Budapest... the Parliament is definitely a must-see attraction.

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Elizabeth Square

Elizabeth Square

Elizabeth Square (Erzsébet tér in Hungarian) sits in central Pest, right in the heart of downtown Budapest. With plenty of attractions nearby, and easy access to public transit, it's one of the busiest places in the city. At the central building once used as Budapest’s main...

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Budapest Eye

Budapest Eye

Erected by the company that also installed La Grande Roue in Paris, according to the plans the Budapest Eye awaits visitors all year long. In addition, another ferris wheel is placed on Hajógyári Island during the world-famous Sziget festival.

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Panorama of Buda

Panorama of Buda

Although the photos of the Buda panorama are stunning, they don't do justice. It's much better in reality. You have to see it with your own eyes. The tiny, medieval, colourful houses of the old town of Buda tower above each other on the slopes of Castle Hill, which is crowne...

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Matthias Church

Matthias Church

Parts of Matthias Church date back 500 years, notably the carvings above the southern entrance, but essentially the church (named after King Matthias Corvinus who married Queen Beatrix here in 1474) is a neo-Gothic confection designed by the architect Frigyes Schulek in 1896...

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Castle District

Castle District

Visiting the Castle District is like walking in a fairytale: cute little houses with coluorful rooftops, narrow medieval streets, and besides the most famous landmarks like the Matthias Church, the Fisherman’s Bastion, and the Royal Palace, there are many little secrets and...

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Gellért Hill

Gellért Hill

Gellért Hill is one of the highest points of Budapest: a beautiful green mountain toped with the Citadel. To climb the Hill is a nice hike, but it really worth it: you can visit the Cave Church, the Liberty Statue, the Citadel, the Garden of the Philosophies and the Villa Wa...

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Citadel

Citadel

The Citadel on the top of the Gellért Hill reminds us of the many ups and downs of the Hungarian history: the monument was established by the Austrians, and used as a prison: to frightened the rebellious Hungarians and prevent another uprise against the Habsburg oppression.

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Liberty Statue

Liberty Statue

The Liberty Statue, or Freedom Statue (Hungarian: Szabadság Szobor) is something of a “many-faced symbol” of Hungarian culture. Originally, it was unveiled as a memorial tothe “Soviet liberation” of 1945. Today, it has became the symbol of the heroes of Hungarian independenc...

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The Bloody Thursday Memorial

The Bloody Thursday Memorial

The Bloody Thursday Memorial is on the Ministry of Agriculture Building, located along the Kossuth Lajos Square and directly across from Budapest’s iconic Parliament Building.

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