Budapest is the capital and also the largest and most populous city of Hungary.

Currently Budapest is a popular tourist destination, visited within the Tops of the cities of Europe.


In Budapest there is an opportunity to explore the city not only from the ground, examining the main attractions and to admire the panoramas from the height of a visit to the observation deck, but also to go underground, having studied some of the areas "inside".


In Budapest, on the pest side there are small squares, including the square with green areas and places to relax.

The Buda side, in the broad sense, can be attributed to a single green area, where the slopes of the hills for Hiking trails surrounded by nature.


Budapest is full of squares of various sizes and importance.

There are main squares - those that come to the top attractions of the city.

And there are those who there is nothing special about, they are less visible and visited.


Budapest is a city with a rich history, full of exciting and beautiful sights, which include both historical and architectural, reflecting the history of the area, as well as natural and religious sights.

No wonder Budapest is also called the “Pearl of the Danube”.


Pest is originally an ancient city located on the eastern side of the Danube, but since 1873, after the merger of three independent cities: Pest, Buda and Obuda, is part of the city of Budapest.

The Pest area is mostly flat and occupies 2/3 of the total territory of modern Budapest.


The capital of Hungary, the incomparable city of Budapest, is divided by the Danube River into two parts: Buda and Pest.

Buda is a hilly area and mostly wooded, occupying a third of the total territory of modern Budapest.

Pest is a flat area and most of the city.


Buda and Obuda are originally ancient cities located on the western side of the Danube, but since 1873, after the unification of three independent cities: Buda, Obuda, and Pest, located on the eastern side of the Danube, they are part of the city of Budapest.


The Jewish quarter in Budapest (Budapest ghetto, the Jewish ghetto) is located on the pest side, in the inner half of the heart of Erzsébetváros district, which is one of the Central and most populous area of pest, where Jews live.


In the capital of Hungary - Budapest, every family will find something to do and something to see, to build a route through the city in accordance with their tastes and preferences.


Liberty square - a public space - one of the main and biggest squares in Budapest.

Liberty square has a rectangular shape. Its center is a square with a fountain, Seating areas, pedestrian areas and children's Playground.


Ruin bars or ruin pubs firmly entered the evening culture of Budapest and have already become a symbol and landmark of the city.

The interiors of the ruin bars are eclectic, there are graffiti on the walls and retro items. Due to the high popularity of institutions, in the evenings in the ruin bars reigns universal fun and endless party.


Nagymező Street is a popular tourist route in Budapest.

Due to the large number of operating theaters located along the street, it is often called "Pest Broadway" or "Budapest Broadway" and even the theater street.


Andrassy Avenue is the main Avenue and one of the main streets in Budapest.

It is also one of the main shopping streets in Budapest, lined with shops and boutiques, cafes and restaurants as well as theatres and museums.


Observation decks and observation points in Budapest are the places from and from which panoramic views of the city or part of the city open.

Also, the observation points of Budapest include ruf bars - bars and cafes located on the roofs (terraces) of buildings, which also offer city views.

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