19th-century romantic grandeur of Budapest makes it one of Eastern Europe’s top cities. Hungary’s parliament building is one example of Hungary’s symbolic architecture. Neo-Gothic and Art Nouveau architecture of this amazing city drips with details. Numerous other buildings, like the Great Market Hall, glow with the beauty of the past.
Charming streets, representative buildings, great local restaurants, cafes, shops with locally produced goods, art, and history will make you stay there very attractive. The Danube city splits the city into two distinct districts; hilly Buda and a flat area of Pest. The two are linked with the 19c Chain Bridge. From the Old Town Buda you will get fabulous views across the River Danube to the stunning Hungarian Parliament edifice. On the Buda hills you will find a Fisherman’s Bastion, the 13th century Matthias Church and the famous Gellert thermal baths. Across the Danube you will explore Pest with its trendy bars, ornate cafes, the covered food market and the grandeur of Heroes Square.