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  • 1

    Parliament Building

    1 Kossuth Lajos ter, Budapest, BU 1055 Hungary
    80 reviews

    Very nice to look at - the best view you get when walking up the castle hill or from the other side of the river. A really great picture is the bulding at night as it is illuminated.

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  • 2

    Heroes' Square

    Budapest, Hősök tere, Hungary
    60 reviews

    Hero Square is one of the more prominent landmarks in Pest. The monument in the center depicts the original Magyar chieftains who conquered the Danubian plain and founded Hungary. The statues along the surrounding arcade are images of Hungaria kings and other notable historic figures. In front of the monument is Andrassy Avenue while behind the square is one of ...

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  • 3

    Fisherman's Bastion

    Hunyadi Janos Ut, Budapest, BU 1011 Hungary
    50 reviews

    One of the most intriguing structures in Budapest. I recommend visiting both during the day and after dark. It looks like something out of a fairytale story.

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  • 4

    Buda Castle

    Palota Utca, PALOTáS 1014 Hungary
    52 reviews

    The Buda Castle is a beautiful addition to the Budapest Skyline and its location is elevated- providing really beautiful views of the city. The castle adds some magical charm to the city and it doesnt cost you anything to walk around. If you really want to feel like royalty- you can stay in the Hilton hotel that is located within ...

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  • 5

    Chain Bridge

    Budapest, Jégverem Street 6, Hungary
    44 reviews

    Цепной мост - Мост Сечени, назван так в честь своего создателя. Это первый мост переброшенный через Дунай в городской черте.

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  • 6

    St. Stephen's Basilica

    Szent István ter, Szenta 1051 Hungary
    35 reviews

    St. Stephen's is the main basilica of Budapest. Be sure to visit the top of the dome and admire the view of the city.

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  • 7

    Central Market Hall

    Vamhaz korut 1-3
    30 reviews

    For traditional Hungarian foods - think paprika and lángos - the Central Market Hall is the first place you should visit. I'm not a huge lángos fan but there are a number of stalls offering this doughy snack, as well as everything else under the sun. Spices, vegetables, fruit, dried meats...the Central Market Hall is Budapest's largest indoor market, and ...

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  • 8


    The eastern side of the Danube, Budapest, BU 1011 Hungary
    27 reviews

    The Pest side of the city is home to Szent Istvan's Basilica, the Opera House, the Holocaust memorial (Shoes on the Danube), the Dohány Street Synagogue, Hungarian Parliament, Great Market Hall, and much more. It spans a great area, but is easy enough to walk, if you want to really see and feel the city.

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  • 9

    River Danube

    Downtown, Budapest, BU 1052 Hungary
    28 reviews

    Take a night cruise here and you won't regret it. Seeing the city at night, under the lights, is an amazing experience. Plenty of boat options to choose from. Make it happen. I added some pictures to see what its like.

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  • 10

    Széchenyi Gyógyfürdő

    1146 Budapest, Állatkerti körút 11, Hungary
    25 reviews

    This is the LARGEST spa / bathing complex in Europe - this neo-baroque complex is the best in Budapest and the ourdoor pool is even open all year round. Explore the dozens of pools, saunas and steamrooms operating at different temperatures

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  • 11

    Matthias Church

    Budapest, Szentháromság tér 2, Hungary
    23 reviews

    Matthias Church located within Trinity Square. This church is over 700 years old! The Gothic tower of the Matthias Church with the Fishermen's Bastion in the background, is one of the most frequently photographed tourist site in Hungary.

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  • 12


    Budapest, Prielle Kornélia St 45, Hungary
    23 reviews

    Buda is on the western side of the Danube river, and is more sparsely populated than Pest.

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  • 13

    Margaret Island

    24 reviews

    I spend hours in this park with friends and family who live and work in the city. We played "American Football" (however we were missing a few rules, ha!) It was really a beautiful place to relax and have a picnic lunch! There is a great running path and I have heard of a few races (5k/10k) that goes through ...

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  • 14

    Vaci Utca

    Budapest, Váci Street 81, Hungary
    21 reviews

    Улица Ваци является сердцем Будапешта, которая идет от площади Воросмарти до моста Элизабет. Улица приобрела такой статус в середине 19 века когда изначальные небольшие здания и маленькие магазинчики были заменены постройками в стиле неоклассицизма и эклектики. Здесь располагаются самые фешенебельные жилые дома, крупные универмаги, роскошные отели и международный торговый центр, что делает улицы Ваци еще одним символом Будапешта.

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  • 15

    Szimpla Kert

    1075 Budapest, Kazinczy Street 14, Hungary
    18 reviews

    When I first went to Szimple Kart I thought I had found a huge secret, and maybe it was more of a secret in 2009. I remember it being difficult to find, just a little metal door in the street which led into a cavernous, multi-level bar with bright cars turned into seats, bathtub sofas under the stairs, a room ...

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  • 16

    City Park (Budapest)

    Budapest, Hungary
    20 reviews

    The City Park is located beyond Hero Square at the end of Andrassy Avenue. This extremely handsome park holds its own with anything you'll find in England or France. The main attraction is the Szechenyi Baths, which are housed in a turn of the century palace. There's also a small castle in the park and at the eastern end, a ...

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  • 17

    Great Synagogue

    Dohany utca 2, Budapest 1074 Hungary
    19 reviews

    The Dohany Street Synagogue is a unique and fascinating structure. It is the largest active synagogue in Europe and second largest synagogue in the world. Take note: there is a charge to enter the synagogue and an additional fee in order to be permitted to take photographs.

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  • 18

    Opera House

    Andrassy utca 22, Budapest 1061 Hungary
    20 reviews

    Венгерская государственная опера расположена в VI округе Будапешта (Терезварош), в Пеште, по адресу: проспект Андраши 22. Здание театра выдержано в стиле неоренессанс и построено архитектором Миклошем Иблем в период между 1875 и 1884 годами, богато украшено выполненными в стиле барокко орнаментами, скульптурами и картинами. Особенно интересна настенная живопись работы Берталана Секея, Мора Тана и Кароя Лотца вдоль лестниц внутри здания ...

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  • 19


    Budapest, Citadella sétány, Hungary
    17 reviews

    Citadella sits at the very top of Gellért Hill. It's quite a hike to get up there, but the view is absolutely incredible once you do. It's definitely worth the strenuous, slightly terrifying (at night) climb.

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  • 20

    Gellért Baths

    1118 Budapest, Budapest, Kelenhegyi ut 4, Hungary
    16 reviews

    Worth a visit for the architecture alone, the Gellért Baths (situated in the Hotel Gellért) also have luxurious hot and cold pools, and offer excellent massages.

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