Budapest is by far the richest and most cosmopolitan city in Hungary. Bringing together a large number of places and cultural monuments, it is also one of the favorite European city tourists. In 1987, it was inscribed on the UNESCO list of World Heritage cultural and architectural significance of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter and Avenue Andr & aacute; ssy. Tours and tourist itineraries to BudapestBudapest is a very dynamic city, pleasant and rich in historical heritage. Of all the beautiful towns that dot the Danube, the largest river in Europe, Budapest is often called '' Pearl of the Danube '. The city has two cities combined Buda west is installed on hills and Pest spread over the plains along the Danube. A Buda: Go to Fisherman's Bastion where you have a beautiful view south on the Danube and Pest. Visit the St. Matthias Church, the Royal Castle and the Hungarian National Gallery and walk south to Mount Geller. The climb is tough walk but the view of the fort overlooking Mount is stunning. To recover from these emotions, go to the bathroom. You can walk in the beautiful bathroom that are in the Hotel Gellert or participate in popular Turkish baths, but also nice. A Pest: Visit the Grand Central Market, National Museum, stroll along the quays, shop Vaci utca and stroll through the Belvaros. In the district of Bois-de-Ville, discover the Heroes Square (Hosok Tere), the Museum of Fine Arts, relax in the Szechenyi Bath. Then, go also on the island of Margit-Sziget on the Danube and summer> you will attend the largest rock music festival in Europe (Sziget Festival). The baths of Budapest Budapest is a renowned spa town since ancient times. The baths are the last

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