1. Budapest has many interesting sights to visit
Az Országház (Hungarian Parliament Building)
The House of Nation become one of the Europe’s oldest legislative buildings and the largest building in Hungary.
St. Stephen’s Basilica
Built in 1800s and become the largest church in Budapest.
A beautiful bridge that connects the Buda and Pest Side
Budapest is a twin capital of dual monarchy which divided into Buda and Pest and connected with a bridge called Chain Bridge.
Shoes on the Danube River
The monument is located on the Pest side of the Danube River and it is a tribute to the Hungarian Victims who were killed in 1940s.
Budapest Gellert Hill
A 772 ft high hill in Budapest, Hungary with a view of Danube River and the city. There is also a liberty statue on the top of the hill as a symbol of Freedom.
2. Europe’s second-longest river
3. Heaven of Paprika
Paprika addict, you must visit this place! A typical of Hungarian dishes always made with ground paprika and Central Market Hall offers you a variety prices of Paprika.
4. Who can deny this beautiful view?
“Travelling. It leaves you speechless, then turns you into storyteller”- Ibn Battuta