The Hungarian capital Budapest is one of the oldest European cities, and it has tourism components that make it a prominent tourist station, making it one of the best cities for tourism during the year 2020, which is dubbed “Paris of the East”. Know with us today the most important tourist attractions in Budapest that are worth your visit, follow this distinguished list.
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Buda Caslte, Castle Hill
The Hill Palace includes many important tourist sites and museums in Budapest, the most prominent of which is the eighteenth-century Buda Palace, which consists of 200 rooms, aiming first to protect the city from attacks. Parts of the palace destroyed by World War II were rebuilt. The most important museums in the palace are the Hungarian National Gallery and the History Museum of Budapest, which consists of 4 floors. The palace overlooks the Danube and in front of it is a wonderful bronze statue of Prince Eugene, who is a national hero.
You should wander the stone streets of Budapest near the local parliament building and adjacent to the Ethnography Museum. The Parliament building is the third largest parliament building in the world and was opened in 1886 to celebrate the 1,000th anniversary of the country’s founding. Inside the building tours can be organized to get a closer look at its 691 rooms and its ancient history, and look at the luxurious Hungarian crown jewelry.
Budapest is one of the few places in Europe where there are traditional thermal baths dating back to the 16th century, but in Hungary its history is older than that as it dates back to the time of the presence of the Romens in Hungary. The traditional Hammams, especially the famous Rudas, can be visited, while the Gellert Bath is the most famous and the most photographed spa in Hungary.
Explore the eighth region
The eighth region of the capital, known locally as Józsefváros, is one of the most active areas in Budapest in the recent period, as it became full of youth cafes and creative sites, giving it a different character, especially in the Krudy Gyula Street and Mikszáth Kálmán Square.
Varied markets in Budapest, perhaps the most prominent of the central market, but there are many specialized markets to discover, especially a number of open markets in which you can find everything you want in them, especially small souvenirs, most notably the Esceri market. There are also niche markets such as Belvárosi Piac. As for if you want a market characterized by modern designs, it is necessary to WAMP.
This plateau overlooks the Danube River, which passes through the capital and reaches a height of 235 meters and has played an important role in the history of the Hungarian capital. The plateau is now an upscale residential place and since 1997 it has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List as part of the banks of the Danube. Tourists visit this plateau to see and photograph the wonderful views, not only on the river but all over Budapest.
Budapest at night
View from the Gellert Hill
The Hungarian National Museum in the capital
Champions Square in the capital
Fine Arts Museum
General view of the capital
from the capital
From the Hill Palace
From Budapest buildings