Budapest: the Pearl of the Danube

Magnificent and romantic, Budapest is an ideal destination for any season.

The capital of Hungary consisted of three cities: Pest, Buda and Ombunta merged into one in 1873. It is located in the heart of Europe and its unique architecture combined with its natural beauty enchants the traveler.

Walks on the banks of the Danube, the Castle District, Heroes Square, Baroque monuments, Art Nouveau mansions and nostalgic cafes are an integral part of the trip.

It is worth visiting the Hungarian Parliament, the St. Stephan’s Basilica, the Fishermen’s Tower and the Margarita Island. The imposing bridges that crown the river offer a magnificent spectacle in the evening illuminated.

Budapest is also known for the famous thermal baths from the Roman and Ottoman times, with 30,000 cubic meters of thermal water spilling into the heart of the city.

The city has more than 200 caves in its viscera that are open to the public, especially as the summer naturally cool residents and visitors.