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The soul of Budapest. The Parliament Building has been a Unesco Heritage Site since 1987 and earned its reputation as one of the most beautiful buildings in the world.
It's easy to spend hours here, just lounging around in the water, but you can also get a massage or have your hair done at the spa. The water is super warm and relaxing. Definitely a place to visit!!
For an entrance fee of 10 euros, you get to enjoy this museum full of optical illusions and 3d pictures. Make sure to bring your camera when visiting this gallery.
This Basilica is the largest church in Budapest. Named after the first King of Hungary, King Stephen.
Right in the middle and heart of the city. With its 65-meter height, this eye is considered the highest ferris wheel in Europe.
After World War II, many jewish buildings has been left to be ruined. The buildings were transformed into bars and pubs, hence the name, Ruin Bars. Enjoy a night filled with fun, art, graffiti and drinks here.
This place is huge! You can spend a day here to visit castles, zoo and a lot more. This park was one of the first parks to be made public for relaxation.
The Citadella and Liberty Statue is a hilltop citadel that offers views of the city and the Danube River. Looking for the best panoramic view of Budapest? This location is the answer!
This castle is mostly referred as a "City within a City". A unique architectural landmark and also a Unesco Heritage Site. Make sure to wear comfortable shoes when visiting this place as this place includes a quick hike and a lot of walking.
Save the best for last! One of the most iconic place in Budapest and was built for the sole purpose of having perfect views of the city. The architecture is majestic and the views here? Super stunning!!