BEST VIEW AND WONDERFUL PANORAMA
While staying in Hungary, exploring the capital city of it, called the wonderful Budapest, please do not forget some traditional and special, common visited sights, architectural places of the Hungarian capital such as the fascinating Parliament that every visitor travelling to Budapest is always proposing to watch at first immediately since it has been built as the third largest Parliament in the world. Moreover, you should not miss out other gorgeous Chain Bridge, Matthias Church, Margaret Bridge, Fisherman’s Bastion and Gellért Hill.
The Hungarian Parliament Building, being located on the bank of the Danube, is one of the most beautiful government “house” in the world, having not only Gothic but also featuring with Renaissance and Baroque features, fully completed in 1902.
The most commonly known construction, spanning the river Danube between Pest and Buda is Széchenyi Chain Bridge built as the first bridge in the Hungarian capital, in 1849. For what it is worth to visit is walking, strolling along and wonder the amazing architecture, its characteristic history and panoramic view. An excellent river cruise at night gives you the feeling of travelling around a monumental city, being all lit up like New York or Paris.
Margaret Bridge is the second famous architecture beloved by the people, constructed twenty years after the significant Chain Bridge, also spanning the sides of Buda and Pest. By a sightseeing tour, you have the chance to visit the Margaret Island, having the experience to discover local places of interests, pleasant forest, taking a walk or jogging totally reached on foot.
Matthias Church on the Castle Hill is one of the greatest Gothic ones in whole Europe, offering historical beauty, including Fisherman’s Bastion with a night 3-hour tour on board.
Gellért Hill and Statue of Liberty provide the most wonderful panoramic view of Budapest. Do not miss the great chance to enjoy a river cruise on the Danube, having a look out to the famous Statue of Liberty, admiring the World Heritage sights.