Budapest amazes with its magnificent architecture; the capital of Hungary has not lost its splendor of imperial grandeur to this day. On a sightseeing excursion with a English-speaking guide, you will see the city quarters with Baroque architecture, Gothic basilicas; it is worth tasting the local cuisine and the famous Tokay wine. Moreover, the prices in the cafe are affordable.
It will take more than one day to see all the sights of Budapest. 1001guide recommends seeing the following first:
- the building of the Parliament in the neo-Gothic style on the right bank of the Danube - the symbol of Budapest; the interior of the building is no less impressive than its facade; it is one of the most popular tourist sites;
- Basilica of St. Stephen - the largest Catholic church in the capital built in the neo-Gothic style;
- suspension bridge over the Danube - in the daytime and in the evening this is a great place for a photoshoot;
- Matthias Church is interesting not only from an architectural perspective; musical evenings are often held here and you can listen to violin, organ and choral singing;
- Heroes' Square on Andrassy Avenue with an impressive architectural ensemble in honor of the millennium of the beginning of the Hungarian state.
If you have time, you should go on an excursion to the baths - Gellert or Szechenyi, plunge into the healing waters of the pool and appreciate the beauty of the baths buildings.