What to see in Budapest ?

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If you are planning to spend an interesting time, we advise you to visit the Hungarian capital – Budapest. Hungary is an amazing country, with a stunning history, culture, cuisine. Sights are here on every step, many cities have a lot to see. But especially the capital attracts the most tourists from all over the world. Here is very beautiful, inexpensive, unique atmosphere that will not leave you indifferent! We offer you to get to know the most famous sights of Budapest:

Parliament

Budapest-Parliament

40 million bricks can be folded differently. And the Hungarians could do it really amazing. It took 19 years to make this building! This is a visiting card of Budapest; no one tourist leaves the city without a photo of the parliament. The most beautiful view on it opens from Buda;

Buda Castle

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In the ancient district of Buda there are the Royal Palace, the Church of St. Matthias, the Historical Museum and many other attractions. You can get to the fortress by funicular or on foot;

Szechenyi Bathhouse

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You came to Budapest in vain, if you have not visited bathhouses! There are a lot of them, in the city there are 130 springs with medicinal water! But Széchenyi Bathhouse is the most popular among tourists. All because there are outdoor swimming pools in the courtyard, which has preserved its ancient architecture and atmosphere. It is better to go to the bathhouse early, so as not to encounter a crowd of people who also want to relax;

St. Stephen’s Basilica

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Is the largest temple in the capital of Hungary. You definitely cannot pass by, even if you do not plan this point on your route. The temple stands out for its stunning architecture. Climbing the observation deck on a steep spiral staircase, you will have a view of the right bank of the Danube;

Shoes on the embankment

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This monument of history can not exactly be called an entertainment, but it’s worth a visit. There are 60 pairs of shoes – women’s, men’s and even children’s. During the Second World War, the Nazis had been shooting Jews here, forcing them to take off their shoes, which could be sold later;

Zoo

If you have already been in zoos many times and it seems to you that there is nothing to surprise you – visit it in Budapest. Here is a huge collection of rare species, both animals and insects.

The list of Budapest’s attractions can be listed for a very long time. It goes well for long walks, relaxing with friends or family, immersing in Hungarian history and culture. And do not forget to try traditional Hungarian dish – the bograch!