Place to see in Budapest Hungary

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Budapest is the capital and the largest city in Hungary. It has a total territory of 525 km². The city is divided into two parts by the Danube River: Buda and Pest. Hungary has a temperate continental climate. It has four distinct seasons: Spring starts in early April and is accompanied by lots of showers.

 

Budapest Chain Bridge
Budapest Chain Bridge

Summer can be very hot and dry around July and August. Autumn can be cool, foggy and rainy from September to November; winters are relatively short, moderately cold and usually dry, but sometimes brilliant sunny.
The Hungarians speak Magyar. Older Hungarians understand German. It is usually the younger generations who can speak and understand English. Budapest is one of the most beautiful cities in central Europe. It has something for everyone. It will satisfy anyone’s appetite from food to views.The Hungarian capital is a delight both by day and by night.

 

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What not to miss in Budapest:

Basilica of St Stephen Address: SzentIstvántér 1, Budapest

Budapest’s neoclassical cathedral was built over the course of half a century and completed in 1905. This is the most important church building in Hungary, one of the most significant tourist attractions and the third highest building in the country.

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Castle District

The Castle District abounds in historical monuments, lovely old houses, romantic walkways, intimate cafes and some great restaurants. Gellért Hill Address: 1118 Budapest, Gellérthegy It is a 235 m (771 ft.) high hill overlooking the Danube. From the hilltop you can enjoy one of the most stunning vistas of Budapest and you’ll find many historical monuments on the hill.

Gellert Baths

This is an Art Nouveau bath complex built between 1912 and 1918. It consists of 13 indoor and outdoor pools, fed with medicinal water from Gellert Hill‘s mineral hot springs. Address: Budapest, Kelenhegyiút 4.

 

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