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Discover the Hungarian capital with its numerous sights from Margaret Island to the Castle District. The formerly independent city districts are divided into two parts by the Danube.

Top sights

The city's most famous buildings are lined up directly on the banks of the Danube. On the western bank are the Citadel, the magnificent Castle Palace and the Matthias Church with the Fishermen's Bastion. The eastern bank of the Danube boasts the city's landmark, the 286-metre-long Parliament Building, along with other magnificent buildings.

Culture & Events

An important cultural feature of Budapest is its spa culture, which has existed for over 2000 years and was already appreciated by the Romans. Due to the special geotectonic location, there are numerous thermal springs and spas.

Culinary delights

Hungarian cuisine is more than just goulash and paprika and is one of the best cuisines in Europe. An unmistakable speciality is Tokay, a fruity dessert wine. As in Vienna, Budapest has a lively coffee house culture.

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