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Name: Duna-Korzó
Category: Architecture, castles and historic districts
Location: 1051 Budapest, Duna-korzó

Description

If you want to breathe in a good deal of Budapest as keepsake but have no time to see all of the city, take a stroll on Duna-korzó, a promenade by river Danube.… Read the rest here →

Name: Chain Bridge
Category: Architecture, castles and historic districts
Location: 1013 Budapest, Lánchíd

Description

Széchenyi Chain Bridge
Széchenyi Chain Bridge

 

Széchenyi Bridge, or the Chain Bridge, is the oldest in the city. Built between 1839 and 1849 under the aegis of Count István Széchenyi, it is now considered the symbol of the city.… Read the rest here →

Name: Chain Bridge
Category: Architecture, castles and historic districts
Location: 1013 Budapest, Lánchíd

Description

Széchenyi Chain Bridge
Széchenyi Chain Bridge

 

Széchenyi Bridge, or the Chain Bridge, is the oldest in the city. Built between 1839 and 1849 under the aegis of Count István Széchenyi, it is now considered the symbol of the city.… Read the rest here →

 

Here, we are taking you on an action-packed tour that will leave you in awe of Budapest’s architectural magnificence and magnitude.… Read the rest here →

If you only have 1 day in Budapest, you’ll want to see a bit of both Buda and Pest, and this tour lets you do both. You’ll start off with a cultural and historic tour of Pest, then you’ll cross Chain Bridge (an attraction in itself) for a brief tour of the Castle District in Buda, where you can enjoy a meal and a stop in a pub.… Read the rest here →

Budapest, being the capital, is the largest city in Hungary with 1.7 million people within the city proper. However, if the greater Budapest metropolitan area is included, this figure climbs to 3.27 million inhabitants. The metropolis is separated into 23    districts, 6 in Buda, 16 in Pest, and one consisting of Csepel Island making it seem like an immense city at first glance, but the majority of districts are residential and not of interest to most travelers.… Read the rest here →