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Ana Rita BrasMaybe the best view of the city, the first entrance there s an entrance fee, however continuing along the Church , on the second tower the entrance is free. Worth the views over the city, Parliament and other majestic buildings .
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_We***36cant explain enought about the beauty of Budapest you must see it by your self. we stay 3 days in the city and i wish we could stay more.
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Bridge
E17***23beautiful scenic spot, the best place to watch the fire work. its starts at the Four Seasons hotel and from the middle of the bridge you will have a fascinating view of the Parliament and the Buda side
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Monument
Ana Rita BrasHeroes square is the main entrance to the Varosislet parq, where you find some museus, Schezgeny baths, Vajdahunyad castle.
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Church
E17***23the newly renovated Matthias Church is simple stunning. located in the 1st district in Buda with a beautiful view inside. don't miss it in your next trip to Budapest.
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Palace
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M32***09Hungary's King's Palace is on the side of the Buda City. It is said that it was founded in the 13th century, more than 800 years later, destroyed by war, and rebuilt in the 18th century, and is a huge complex of magnificent buildings. The building is huge, the main building is a huge green dome, visible from a distance, and the huge columns, the majestic statues are impressive. The weather was clear and the city was a good view of the Danube from the square. The buildings on the other side were well seen, the Danube was blue and the bridge across the river was clearly visible. It was said that some of the buildings were bombed out during World War II, and the current palace was only able to show some of the features of the year.

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Budapest is the capital city of Hungary and it is also known as the "Pearl on the River Danube". The two banks of the River Danube, west and east, were the two cities Buda and Pest. Starting from 1873, they were united into a single city now called Budapest. Buda, on the west bank, holds the highlands. Castle Hill gathers together many scenic spots and symbolic landmarks such as Halaszbastya (Fisherman's Bastion) and Matthias Church. The hill is also a great place for beautiful views of distant Pest. Pest, on the east bank, is mostly flat. This is the site of the magnificent Hungarian parliament building, as well as famous shopping streets.

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