Budapest is one of the most beautiful cities in Eastern Europe and a real treasure for anyone who loves culture and heritage. It really does have something for everyone – striking architecture with its Baroque, art nouveau and neoclassical buildings, the medicinal waters of its spas and a brilliant nightlife.
A coach holiday to Budapest would not be complete without adding a romantic river cruise along the majestic Danube River to your list of things to do. Eating out is particularly enjoyable in Budapest as it seems to be in the middle of a culinary revolution at the moment, with new restaurants and cafes opening up all the time. You really must try some of the delicious traditional Hungarian dishes!
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The Hungarian Parliament Building is an impressive architectural construction and a very popular landmark for all tourist visiting Budapest. You may join a Danube river cruise for the best views over the building and other notable sites in Budapest.
Visit the World Heritage site of Buda Castle and admire great views over Budapest from the Castle Hill that is best reached by the Funicular Railway. The historical castle complex was first completed in 1265. The World Heritage Site affords wonderful design, masterful fountains and other artworks all around the castle.
The Chain Bridge is another fabulous construction in the city with a great and significant history. This bridge across the Danube conjoins the two parts of the city Bud and Pest. Completed in 1849, the bridge offers wonderful decorations and illuminations at night-time.
Built during the 19th century for the Hungarian Millennium celebrations, The Fisherman's Bastion is one of many sights on top of the Castle Hill.
The mighty Danube is the second longest river in Europe. Just walk along the river bank and enjoy the wonderful view over the river and tourist sites along the way. Also, a night river cruise is a fantastic experience with all the lighted bridges, shore buildings and other riverboats.
Right at the end of Andrassy Avenue, the Heroes Square is located. It has an arch-shaped monument with statues of several national heroes of Hungary and is rich with political and historical connotations.