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Sights, Budapest

Sightseeing in Budapest is truly spectacular, not only because of the sunny skies making everything that more pleasant but thanks to this city’s remembrance of its extensive history. Culture and history buffs are sure to fill their schedules on Budapest holidays, thanks to sculptures like The Shoes on the Danube Bank, and the architectural wonders of the local cathedrals and the parliament building.

Buda Castle

Buda Castle is an incredible palace complex which can be found in the beautiful centre of the city, being home to many of Hungary’s noble and ancient kings throughout the years. Completed in 1265, this Gothic wonder…

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Fisherman’s Bastion

Fisherman’s Bastion in Budapest is a fairytale lookout point, offering some of the best views of Budapest. Plus, being over 100 years old in age, it has a beautiful and romantic feel to it, like something straight out of a classic Disney film.

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Great Market Hall

The Great Market Hall – also named the Central Market Hall, is the largest and oldest indoor market in the whole of Budapest, which can be found at the end of Vaci Utca on the Pest side of Liberty Bridge. Stepping into this charming…

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Hősök Tere

Visit one of the most famous places in Budapest, Hősök Tere – also coined as Heroes Square, which can be found right next to the lush city park, Városliget. There are a host of fascinating things to see at this magical square…

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House of Terror Museum

History buffs love visiting the House of Terror Museum, thanks to its intriguing monuments and lengthy detail into Hungary’s past. This history museum is much like an art installation, with its carefully placed audio system…

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Hungarian Parliament Building

The Hungarian Parliament building in Budapest feels majestic, towering above the city, and is one of the grandest and imposing structures you will see on holiday here. Holidaymakers will be in awe of the intricate architecture…

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Shoes on the Danube Bank

Shoes on the Danube Bank is a memorial in Budapest, created by the sculptor Gyula Pauer and was made in honour of the people killed by the fascist Arrow Cross party during WWII. The shoes represent real-life events that occurred during the war…

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St Stephen’s Basilica

St Stephen’s Basilica is a grand Catholic cathedral, where travellers can admire the ornate architecture of this stunning building and climb up the 364 steps of the incredible domes. However, if your legs are a little tired from seeing the amazing sights of Budapest…

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Vaci Street Budapest

Vaci Street is rated as one of the best in Europe (alongside streets in Amsterdam, Milan and Paris), because of its buzzing atmosphere, and fantastic service in some of the best shops in the whole of Budapest. This pedestrian street…

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Vajdahunyad Castle

Vajdahunyad Castle is just a stone’s throw away from Heroes’ Square, and from a distance, you can even admire this charming, fairytale castle nestled next to the boating lake in City Park. The castle has been a huge inspiration for famous films…

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