Why Budapest

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Budapest is...

  • …the Queen of the Danube
  • …the Oriental Paris
  • …capital of thermal waters
  • …cultural capital of Central Europe
  • …a mixture of different cultures
  • …the birthplace of world-famous composers, scientists and writers
  • …the city of bridges
  • …capital of the historical coffee houses
  • …a masterpiece of Art Nouveau
  • …the place for romantic walks
  • …and much more

Cited as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, Budapest’s extensive World Heritage Site includes the banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter, Andrássy Avenue, Heroes’ Square and the Millennium Underground Railway, the second-oldest metro line in the world.

Budapest is a city of thermal baths, striking turn-of-the-century architecture, trendy ruin pubs and most of all, a city of the Danube. Straddling the wide river, which separates hilly Buda from level Pest, the Hungarian capital offers one of the most striking metropolitan panoramas in Europe. Budapest is a city of music, from the classics to the contemporary fusion of folk, jazz, and Gypsy sounds. Long hidden behind the Iron Curtain, Budapest is rightfully regaining its reputation as one of the most vibrant capitals of central Europe.

Why Budapest

Budapest is...

  • …the Queen of the Danube
  • …the Oriental Paris
  • …capital of thermal waters
  • …cultural capital of Central Europe
  • …a mixture of different cultures
  • …the birthplace of world-famous composers, scientists and writers
  • …the city of bridges
  • …capital of the historical coffee houses
  • …a masterpiece of Art Nouveau
  • …the place for romantic walks
  • …and much more

Cited as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, Budapest’s extensive World Heritage Site includes the banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter, Andrássy Avenue, Heroes’ Square and the Millennium Underground Railway, the second-oldest metro line in the world.

Budapest is a city of thermal baths, striking turn-of-the-century architecture, trendy ruin pubs and most of all, a city of the Danube. Straddling the wide river, which separates hilly Buda from level Pest, the Hungarian capital offers one of the most striking metropolitan panoramas in Europe. Budapest is a city of music, from the classics to the contemporary fusion of folk, jazz, and Gypsy sounds. Long hidden behind the Iron Curtain, Budapest is rightfully regaining its reputation as one of the most vibrant capitals of central Europe.

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