Do you want a vacation in Budapest? Book your package and take advantage of the low prices we offer. Budapest is the capital and largest city of Hungary. The city is considered the political, cultural and commercial center of the country. In 1989 Budapest had a population of 2.1 million and fell to 1.74 million by 2011 due to decentralization.
Budapest has a rich heritage of monuments and sights. It includes the banks of the Danube, the Castle area, Heroes’ Square and the second oldest metro in the world. Other interests are the eighty geothermal springs, the largest underground hot water system in the world, the second largest synagogue and the third largest Parliament building in the world. The city attracts 4.3 million tourists annually.
Budapest is a city in the heart of Europe. A thriving metropolis where the historical past and the modern present are mixed with a cosmopolitan flame. With its architectural wealth and natural beauty, it is ranked next to Paris, Rome and Prague as a large European city. After the Cold War it has been reborn with wonderful coffee, unique Hungarian cuisine, domestic wine production and increased trade. In addition, in the Hungarian capital you will find many spas for relaxation, with hot sulfur baths and massages next to art deco murals.
Buda Castle and the whole castle area are among the most famous and most visited sights of Budapest. The Royal Palace is a symbol of Hungary. At night the castle hill is amazing and you can see it from the city or take a cruise on the Danube.
Parliament built in neo-Gothic style on the river bank. With 611 rooms, 268 meters long and with a dome 96 meters high. Very impressive at night as it is very impressively lit and reflected in the waters of the Danube. Margarita Island is one of the most popular leisure destinations for Budapest residents. It was created by many know-how that came together over time. It is a place full of trees, beautiful flowers, statues, fountains and natural beauty.
Matthias Church is the most beautiful and famous church of Matthias. Located on Szentháromság (Holy Trinity). There are also five museums, monuments and theaters in the castle area. A point of reference for most tourists is the neo-Roman style Fishermen’s Tower. It was built at the end of the last century. It is worth noting that the tower is surrounded by 7 turrets representing the 7 tribes of the Magyars.
The Basilica of St. Stephen was named after St. Stephen, who founded the Kingdom of Hungary. The temple can be seen from anywhere in the city. The basilica is one of the largest in Europe. The Chain Bridge was built in 1839-1849 and like most of the Danube bridges was destroyed in World War II and rebuilt in 1949. From there you will have a unique view of the Danube with all its bridges.