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  • 1

    Parliament Building

    80 reviews

    The best photo would be the parliament bldg along the danube river. The danube is best seen here rather than Vienna. I guess the intricate design of the Parliament bldg adds to the overall charming site of the area.

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  • 2

    Heroes' Square

    60 reviews

    Hősök tere (meaning "Heroes' Square" in Hungarian) is one of the major squares of Budapest, Hungary, rich with historic and political connotations. Its iconic statue complex, the Millennium Memorial, was completed in 1900, the same year the square was named "Heroes' Square". It lies at the end of Andrássy Avenue (with which it comprises part of an extensive World Heritage ...

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  • 3

    Fisherman's Bastion

    50 reviews

    This is a must stop for all tourists. The views of the Pest side are great, especially of the Parliament building.

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  • 4

    Buda Castle

    52 reviews

    Будайская крепость — исторический замок венгерских королей в Будапеште. Ранее назывался также Королевский дворец. В 2002 году Будайская крепость вместе с древним Аквинкумом и проспектом Андраши была включена в Список Всемирного наследия ЮНЕСКО.

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  • 5

    Chain Bridge

    44 reviews

    This bridge is great especially at night when it is all lit up. We walked over it both during the day and at night and would recommend doing that.

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  • 6

    St. Stephen's Basilica

    35 reviews

    Beautiful basilica. Be sure to check out the dome and mosaics inside, as well as the main altar. One of the main attractions (?) here is the Holy Right Hand, the mummified forearm of St. Stephen.

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  • 7

    Central Market Hall

    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


    27 reviews

    The city of Budapest began its existence as three separate cities: Obudai, Buda and Pest. Today Buda is known for the museums and castles while Pest is where the action is. Most of the best clubs and restaurants are in Pest. Szechenyi Baths, Hero Square and Andrassy Avenue are all in Pest.

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  • 9

    River Danube

    28 reviews

    How lovely the Danube is

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  • 10

    Széchenyi Gyógyfürdő

    25 reviews

    Not sure about the medicinal effects of the thermal baths but even just relaxing in the open air pools surrounded by last century neo-baroque buildings does miracles for the soul.

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  • 11

    Matthias Church

    23 reviews

    St. Mathew's Church is probably the most important church in Hungary. The church is notable for its ornate and colorful tiling. It also commands an excellent view of the Danube. Finally the church is also the repository of the famous royal crown of Hungary, recognizable by its crooked cross.

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  • 12


    23 reviews

    The ancient part of the city with an elaborate network of tunnels underneath. Be sure to check them out. There's evidence of people hiding in them from the Roman through the Nazi and Stalinist periods.

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  • 13

    Margaret Island

    24 reviews

    If you are a runner this island in the middle of the Danube has a great running path that will accommodate the most hardened runner or beginner. Dogs welcome to run too, and they have a wonderful fountain and picnic area to enjoy.

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  • 14

    Vaci Utca

    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

    18 reviews

    מקום מעולה באים לפה מקומיים ותיירים. מוזיקה טובה כניסה חופשית מתאים לכל הגילאים מ23 עד 55

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  • 16

    City Park (Budapest)

    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

    19 reviews

    WOW. WOW. One of the most amazing places i've seen my life. I was totally shocked, my eyes couldn't stop looking over and over again. (but maybe it's just me)

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  • 18

    Opera House

    20 reviews

    Impressive opera house, with ornate and impressive decor. It's a neo-Renaissance masterpiece built in 1884, and apparently money was no object. Be sure to check out the main staircase, the foyer, the murals in the foyer, and the chandelier. Also, statues of Hungary's two greatest composers (Liszt and Erkel) watch over the entrance.

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  • 19


    17 reviews

    Spent a happy afternoon in 1988 traipsing all over this. On the top of Gellert hill with great views overlooking the city.

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  • 20

    Gellért Baths

    16 reviews

    Explore the many indoor and outdoor geothermal hot water spring-fed baths in this beautiful Art Nouveau masterpiece, only a 15 minute walk from our apartment

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