One of the greatest things about Budapest is that you can explore the city in a few days and you cannot be tired of that because of the ridiculous atmosphere and view of the city. Budapest has always been an excellent and delighting city with its beautiful buildings and historical heritage.
Hungarian Parliament Building
Hungarian Parliament Building is known as one of the Budapest’s most iconic symbols. It is also known as Parliament of Budapest after it’s location. With its fascinated view this building is one of the most notable tourist destinations of the city from the front side of the River Danube.
This is a beautiful historical building located in the heart of the city. You can easily take a short walk to this castle through the Chain Bridge and enjoy a stunning view of Budapest from the top side of the city. We would like to mention that don’t forget to visit the famous Labyrinth there.
Szechenyi Chain Bridge is located on the River Danube between the Buda and Pest, western and eastern sides of Budapest, the capital of Hungary. This wonderful bridge was built by Scottish engineer Adam Clark. It is commonly known as a ‘’Chain Bridge’’ and symbol of advancement and linkage between west and east.
Shoes on the Danube Bank
These shoes on the bank of the Danube actually will bring a tear to your eyes when you will visit it. This is a memorial symbol of commited horrors against Jewish people during World War II. It was conceived by film director Can Togay in the east bank of the River Danube. If you are interested in history you should definitely visit this place.
It is a part of Gellert Hotel, national Hungarian bath complex in Budapest which can hold many people in the same time. It was built between 1912 and 1918. It was damaged during World War II, but then was rebuilt again. The water system is so clean and healthful for the human body in this bath because it contains Gellert Hill’s mineral hot springs. It is one of the most famous places which you should not forget to visit in Budapest.
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